CLAREMORE — Councilor Brandon Smith is bringing forth some tough questions about the growth of the City of Claremore.
Military restores equipment program for fire departments
The Department of Defense will continue the popular program, which provides rolling stock, engines and other equipment to fire departments in 48 states.
DA dismissive of remaining grand jury issues
District Attorney Janice Steidley contends a grand jury’s incomplete findings on claims she wrongly accused a police detective of perjury and misled federal officials in an employee firing dispute are meritless accusations by her detractors.
DA criticized by Grand Jury, no charges
“The citizens of Rogers County deserve better from their public and elected officials,” concluded the Oklahoma Multicounty Grand Jury in a partial report released Tuesday.
Device explodes in DA’s mailbox day of grand jury findings
District Attorney Janice Steidley reported Wednesday an explosive device damaged her roadside mailbox outside her home the day a state grand jury found insufficient evidence to support most criminal misconduct accusations against her.
Multicounty grand jury will not remove DA
The Oklahoma Multicounty Grand Jury will not remove District Attorney Janice Steidley from office citing insufficient evidence and no probable cause.
Hamilton launches allegations against Sheriff
Rogers County E911 Center Director Janet Hamilton and Commissioner Kirt Thacker disputed Monday recent reports of operational issues with the E911 Center.
MSC bites back on post judgment attack
Material Service Corporation of Oklahoma has answered a claim by local attorneys to vacate a $28 million judgment against Rogers Coun
Employee Issues: Don’t waste my time
Rogers County Commissioner Dan DeLozier was denied the opportunity Monday to discuss concerns he has with two county employees.
House takes time to override Fallin veto
House legislators frustrated with Gov. Mary Fallin’s attempt to quash their gun bill overwhelmingly voted to override her veto.
Executive session followed by light agenda
Rogers County Commissioners met Monday in executive session with their attorney for approximately one hour to discuss the employment of Emergency Management Director Scotty Stokes.
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