Art teacher opens studio in downtown Claremore
Barbie Rodriguez has shared her passion for art with children for years, first as a public school teacher, then in her home studio.
Claremore Indian Hospital’s maternity care honored
The Oklahoma State Department of Health says Claremore Indian Hospital has been designated a “Baby Friendly” hospital for its maternity care.
Toy trains at Christmas
A treasured holiday memory for some involves a toy train running around a beautifully lit Christmas tree.
City hosts variety of summer day camps
The city of Claremore is hosting a variety of summer camps during June and July.
Inola resident 100 years and counting
Katie May Williams, born Sept. 15, 1910, was inducted in the Centenarian Club of Oklahoma on April 6, 2012 in Inola.
Tips to help parents judge books for children
While the book-protesting actions of motivated parents and school boards make headlines, what gets lost in the shuffle is what goes on in each of our homes. As Banned Books Week begins, one librarian offers tips for parents weighing what kind of reading material to share with their children.
Singing Sensation - Verdigris' Liz Goins working on music career
While most 10-year-old girls are busy watching music sensation Hannah Montana or wishing they could meet the talented Jonas brothers or little Justin Bieber, Liz Goins is hoping to be the next teen music sensation.
A single girl’s celebration of love and marriage
With all the negative depictions of marriage we are bombarded with on TV and in the movies, seeing a strong, happy marriage is like a breath of fresh air.
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