E911 Center nears opening, financing still in question
The new E911 Center hosted the E911 Trust Authority Thursday to discuss final details before officially opening Jan. 16.
County taxpayers have options as deadline passes
New Year’s celebrations have come and gone, as well as the deadline for paying local ad valorem taxes.
Courthouse parking lot price tag $829,733
Nine months after moving into the new Rogers County Courthouse, commissioners have accepted bids to construct a plaza parking lot.
Flanagan sworn in as mayor
Mixed emotions filled the Claremore City Council chambers Monday evening as Deputy Mayor Bill Flanagan took the oath as mayor.
Council signs agreement for smart meters
Claremore officials approved a 10-year agreement with GE Energy Management Services Monday to bring smart meters to the city’s electrical system.
City to pick up ice storm debris at no cost
Residents with broken tree limbs from the weekend ice storm will get a Christmas gift from the City of Claremore.
Commissioners approve Mullin’s courthouse use for 2014
In a meeting marked with uncharacteristic brevity, Rogers County Commissioners approved Monday the use of the courthouse for Congressman Markwayne Mullin’s office to host weekly meetings.
Flanagan to succeed Perry as Mayor
The passing of Mayor Mickey Perry has changed the current city government structure and the city council will meet Monday, taking action to fill the vacancy.
Claremore sign gets upgrade
The City of Claremore sign, located at 600 S. Lynn Riggs Blvd. (Pizza Hut), will be upgraded, following an agreement between the Claremore Cultural Development Authority (CCDA) and Adventure Signs.
Dermody requests legislature review pay scale
A recent study reveals the role of county governments in the compensation level of election board secretaries in Oklahoma.
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