Bump repair closes Akin Road
Rogers County District 1 will close Akin Road at 6:30 a.m. today until Friday to repair a bump in the roadway.
30-day burn ban issued by county
Rogers County is now under a 30-day burn ban due to near record-breaking drought conditions.
Stormwater exemptions may be clarified
The Claremore City Council will vote on an ordinance Monday, amending the city’s Stormwater System Service Charge that went into effect Jan. 1.
City voters extend 1-cent sales tax
Claremore’s one-cent sales tax has been extended another six years.
Attorneys get key card access to judicial quarters
Rogers County commissioners voted Monday to unanimously approve the issuing of key cards to members of the Rogers County Bar Association, allowing attorneys quick access to judicial quarters within the courthouse’s third and fourth floors.
E911 Center experiences growing pains
The Rogers County E911 Center is dealing with growing pains with new equipment and staffing levels.
Strategic Planning: CIEDA, City discuss future priorities
Members of the Claremore City Council and Claremore Industrial and Economic Development Authority (CIEDA) met Wednesday night for a strategic planning retreat led by Jeri Koehler, director of Rogers State University’s Innovation Center.
Will Rogers Park: City applies for revitalization grants
With the past summer’s completion of the popular splash pad, the revitalization of Will Rogers Park is off and running.
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.
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