Rep. Quinn proposed tests for elected officials
Elected officials, including state legislators, might soon have to pass a test indicating their basic knowledge of the office they hold under a plan being pushed by one state legislator.
Commissioners agree on E911 system install
The Rogers County Commissioners continued their weekly meeting Wednesday, opening bids and taking action on unfinished business from Monday.
Courthouse Plaza shapes up
Rogers County is planning the final stages of the courthouse construction project for the new plaza
Weather prompts county to delay business
Winter weather created a delay Monday for Rogers County commissioners, pushing back the opening of 6-month bids until Wednesday because the courthouse was closed last Friday.
Commissioners approve purchase of updated data, communication equipment for EOC
Rogers County Commissioners unanimously voted Wednesday to approve the purchase of data and communication equipment for the Emergency Operations Center (EOC), located in the old courtroom of the Rogers County Jail.
E911 Trust addresses emergency call issues
The Rogers County E911 Trust Authority discussed Thursday recent issues with cell phone emergency calls.
Fire Chief updates council on new fire admin building
Work continues on the future site of the city’s fire administration offices and senior citizens center at the corner of Blue Starr and Sioux.
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.
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