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.
Ask the Mayor
Since the City of Claremore has brought back in-house the equipment to overlay asphalt what projects are planned?
Deputy Clerk Betty Payne retires
Deputy Clerk Betty Payne retired Thursday after 20 years as an employee in Rogers County.
Claremore Hwy. 20/66 connection in ODOT 8-year plan
From 2014-to-2021, Rogers County will see $149 million in transportation funds funneled into the highway system.
Commissioners strike agenda items
Rogers County Commissioners met Monday for about an hour, striking Assessor Scott Marsh’s proposed pay increases and the Sheriff Scott Walton’s request for outside legal representation from the agenda.
Claremore to expand WiFi network
The City of Claremore will launch a new WiFi project to extend the city’s current network.
Citizens who circulated petition uneasy
Rogers County citizens who helped circulate the court-rejected grand jury petition to investigate the district attorney’s office were on edge Thursday, potential targets of a defamation lawsuit against sponsors of the petition campaign.
Claremore firefighters raise funds for Coats for Kids Foundation
Claremore firefighters cooked a burger lunch for community residents Thursday afternoon to raise funds for Firefighters Coats for Kids (FFCFK).
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