CLAREMORE — The Rogers County Commissioners met Monday to discuss a light agenda and voted on general business items including an executive session to deal with pending litigation.
UPDATE: DA hires TV reporter, new first assistant
Two months after saying she was saving money by not employing a full-time public relations/media person, District Attorney Janice Steidley has hired a Tulsa television personality as her office’s first fulltime community outreach coordinator.
Rogers County promotes floodplain insurance awareness
Unincorporated Rogers County residents are eligible to purchase affordable flood insurance through the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).
Rogers County hosts CED No. 1 meeting
Rogers County hosted Circuit Engineering District 1 (CED) Thursday for its monthly board meeting.
Georgia peach Angela Owens retires
For the past 23 years, Angela Owens has been the “go-to” person for Rogers County officials in need of information about the county general fund.
Toys for Tots kicks off campaign
The holidays are a a time for celebration, but many Rogers County and Claremore children are less fortunate. The joy of a gift can bring happiness into a difficult situation for these children.
RSU’s Cannon completes CPD internship
Roger State University criminal justice student Clarissa Cannon completed an internship with the Claremore Police Department Wednesday.
County jail employees get pay increase
Rogers County Criminal Justice Authority approved pay increases Thursday for jail employees.
Fees set for agencies joining E911 dispatch
The E911 Trust Authority voted Thursday to set fees for agencies looking to join the countywide dispatch center.
City sets election date for One-Cent tax renewal
The Claremore City Council has set Feb. 11, 2014 for its One-Cent sales tax renewal election to continue funding for fire and police, as well as, parks and recreation.
OTEMS audit reveals payroll fraud
Oklahoma State Auditor Gary Jones released the Oologah Talala Emergency Medical Service’s 2011 audit report Thursday, including several findings of inadequate internal controls, payroll fraud and other potential violations of state law.
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