OKLAHOMA CITY — Proposed changes in the Oklahoma Department of Education’s rules certainly look alarming, apparently revoking standards for every subject, be it high school art or first-grade history.
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Authorities continue search for human remains related to Rogers County cold case
Rogers County investigators and deputy reserves continue to search for a local woman’s remains near the Tiawah Hills area, south of Claremore. The sheriff’s office issued a three-day search warrant of the more than 20-acre property Monday morning.
Commissioners approve seven bridge projects
The Rogers County Commissioners approved Monday seven upcoming bridge projects.
Timms brings child abuse awareness to Claremore
Rodney Timms, a child abuse survivor, will visit the Rogers County Courthouse at 2 p.m. Wednesday as part of his 77 county tour.
RWD3 reports waterline break
Rural Water District 3 is reporting a temporary outage in the Owasso area.
Rogers County investigators search for remains of local woman who disappeared nearly 20 years ago
The Rogers County Sheriff’s Office recently reopened a cold case involving the disappearance of a local woman who has not been seen or heard from in nearly 20 years.
City councilor battles rare disease
Claremore man David McComb is no stranger to fighting.
During his time in the service, and even as a current member of the Claremore City Council, McComb has never backed away from a fight.
But now, McComb is in the most important fight of his life — the fight FOR his life.
Ex-deputy sues sheriff, 3 officers for harassment tied to drug case
Former Deputy Sheriff Brian Kindle has filed a federal lawsuit against Sheriff Scott Walton and three of his officers, claiming they conspired to force his resignation after he blew the whistle on an illegal search of a drug suspect’s home.
‘I will rejoice in this sickness until the grave’
Suzie McCombs, a 21-year-old Claremore resident, is taking the stage at the Center of the Universe festival on July 26.
Motorcyclist killed in Keetonville Hill crash
A motorcyclist was killed Friday on Keetonville Hill along State Highway 20, when he collided with a vehicle exiting the roadway.
Governor Mary Fallin issues statement on same-sex marriage ruling
Governor Mary Fallin today issued the following statement in response to a ruling from 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals striking down Oklahoma’s constitutional amendment defining marriage as between one man and one woman.
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