Auditor Jones recommends needs-based budgeting
Registered Republicans gathered Thursday night at the Northeast Technology Center Claremore campus as State Auditor and Inspector Gary Jones emphasized his suggestion of “needs-based” budgeting to allow for Oklahoma to be more fiscally responsible in the upcoming year and beyond.
Claremore officials poised for ‘New Day’
Claremore Mayor Bill Flanagan and City Manager Jim Thomas declared it’s a “new day” during Thursday’s Claremore Chamber’s annual State of the City address.
Grand jury to hear more witnesses, evidence
The multicounty grand jury charged with investigating accusations of misconduct by Rogers County officials recessed Thursday until Feb. 4-6, saying it needed to hear from more witnesses before returning a finding in the matter.
Construction begins on courthouse parking lot
Rogers County kicked off construction of the new courthouse parking lot Wednesday in an effort to save taxpayers $300,000.
Council awards bid for sanitary sewer project
A swearing-in ceremony was held Tuesday night for Will DeMier, newly-appointed Ward IV councilor, and Brian Callender, newly-elected Ward II councilor at the Claremore City Council meeting.
State grand jury resumes hearing Rogers County case
The state multicounty grand jury charged with investigating accusations of misconduct by Rogers County officials reconvened Tuesday for a three-day session in Oklahoma City.
County employees’ health may get a boost
Rogers County employees may be moving to improve their wellness as the commissioners will decide if the county needs to join the 2014 ACCO County Gridiron contest.
Flanagan to discuss growth at Chamber luncheon
The City of Claremore will showcase 2013 development Thursday during the annual State of the City address.
E911 Center launches services
The Rogers County E911 Center launched its first day of operations Thursday at the new location north of Claremore.
Commissioners ban most legal ads in Daily Progress
The Rogers County Board of Commissioners voted 2-1 Wednesday to no longer publish its legal advertisements in the Claremore Daily Progress, except when the immediacy of the information require using the daily newspaper.
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