Oklahoma voters would decide whether seniors, regardless of income, should have their property tax rates frozen under a bill that has passed the Oklahoma House.
Rogers County Sheriff Scott Walton, businessman Russell Guilfoyle and resident Billy D. Jones are no longer defendants in the defamation lawsuit by District Attorney Janice Steidley and two assistants against sponsors of last fall's failed citizens petition for a local grand jury investigation of the prosecutors.
The Claremore Board of Education unanimously voted to approve the release of teachers, students and staff for participation in the Oklahoma Education Coalition (OEC) funding rally, scheduled for March 31 at the state capitol in Oklahoma City.
At the education rally, hundreds of teachers from across the state will call on the Oklahoma Legislature to prioritize education funding in order to restore per pupil funding to prerecession (FY08) levels.
Dust off your kilts and green clothing. St. Patrick’s Day is days away, and downtown Claremore is ready to celebrate.
A plan to offer cash incentives to companies who pay for their workers to get degrees or certification in certain high-needs areas has passed the Oklahoma Senate.
She Brews Coffee House owner Rhonda Bear promotes positive change to women struggling with troubled pasts, such as incarceration. Through a healthy work environment, Bear provides the individuals with opportunities to develop life skills as they re-enter society.
The Rogers County Commissioners will discuss courthouse security Monday continuing the debate regarding key card access to secure areas.
K2 or synthetic marijuana usage is a growing problem in Rogers County. The district attorney’s office hosted at an informal drug education meeting Thursday to assist parents with the warning signs of drug use.