CLAREMORE — City Manager Jim Thomas presented his Claremore 2020 plan to the city council Monday evening featuring four distinct goals.
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Train derailment in Tulsa blocks traffic
Crews are working to clear the scene of a BNSF train derailment in North Tulsa.
Share the Spirit supporters provide hope through donations
Lindy is a young mom who is currently going through a divorce. With four children, three of which are foster kids, she has a lot on her plate — and a lot on her mind.
Synthetic drugs: Growing problem
Cooperation is needed from the public to help law enforcement deal with a growing problem — the sale and use of synthetic drugs in Rogers County.
‘Recovery’ blood drive scheduled for Dec. 17 at Will Rogers Downs
Oklahoma Blood Institute (OBI) declared a blood emergency on Dec. 5. Since then, 40 scheduled blood drives have been canceled due to inclement weather conditions. About 1,600 blood donors were expected at those blood drives, according to information provided by OBI.
Corruption accusations remain in limbo
The multi-county grand jury considering accusations of corruption by Rogers County officials recessed Thursday until mid-January, saying it needed more time to complete its investigation.
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.
Friends turn savings into gifts to help others
While there is much joy in the world during the holidays, there are also many families that are far removed from the spirit of the season.
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
House adopts Mullin's bill for Native American Veterans' Memorial
A bill, sponsored by Rep. Markwayne Mullin that will allow construction of a memorial to Native American veterans on the grounds of the National Museum of th American Indian, was approved today the U.S. House of Representatives.
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