CLAREMORE — After a recent investigation into the death of 85 year-old veteran Jay Minter, two administrators with the Claremore Veterans Center resigned this week.
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Foul weather threatens to snarl US holiday travel
Holiday travelers in the Midwest and parts East and South were keeping a leery eye Friday on a band of foul weather stretching across the nation’s midsection that was threatening to mar the opening weekend of one of the year’s busiest travel periods.
Okla. unemployment rate dips slightly in November
Oklahoma labor officials say the state’s unemployment rate dropped slightly in November and that all major employment sectors reporting month-to-month job increases.
Oklahoma bracing for 2nd winter storm in 15 days
Oklahoma is bracing for a second winter storm in the past 15 days with snow and ice forecast across the northern half of the state.
Share the Spirit reaches its $24K goal
Share the Spirit has reached its $24,000 goal.
Mickey Perry: A Life Well-lived
The cold December wind blew across Claremore Thursday morning, bringing with it persons from every walk of life — the common and the uncommon, the uniformed and the plain-clothed, young and old, friends from the past and present — all of them converging on First Baptist Church to pay final tribute to a life well-lived: the life of Mickey Perry.
Share the Spirit: Funds still needed to reach $24,000 goal
The list of contributors to this year’s Share the Spirit fundraising campaign is growing longer by the day.
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.
Fire damages Melton Auto Sales storage building
A structure fire occurred around 11 a.m. Wednesday on the eastside of Melton Auto Sales.
Michael Ray ‘Mickey’ Perry
Funeral service for Michael Ray “Mickey” Perry will be 11 a.m., Thursday, Dec. 19, at First Baptist Church with Pastor Paul Simpson officiating.
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