CLAREMORE — When citizens call the City of Claremore on Friday, they will no longer get a real person. They will have to navigate a series of prompts provided by a new automated telephone system.
City’s automated phone system complete on Friday
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Catoosa’s Wells Middle School named Apple Distinguished
R.J. Wells Middle School was recognized Monday as an Apple Distinguished School for the 2013-14 and 2014-15 school years. This was the second consecutive Apple Distinguished award for WMS.
Boating accident: 1 drowns, 1 rescued
A boating accident claimed the life of a 19-year-old man Thursday at Claremore Lake.
School shelter initiative approved by House
A proposal supported by Gov. Mary Fallin to help local school districts pay for safety upgrades like storm shelters and safe rooms has been approved by the Oklahoma House.
House passes 2-year budgeting legislation
The Oklahoma House has passed legislation that asks voters to alter the way the Oklahoma Legislature considers budget bills and non-budget related matters.
State of the County - Elected officials host town hall forum
Several Rogers County elected officials met Tuesday night in Chelsea to address citizens during the first State of the County informal town hall meetings.
Claremore’s Burns named Champions of Change
The Center for Native American Youth has announced its second class of Champions for Change which includes Claremore High School senior Elizabeth Burns.
Former Claremore Vet Center physician assistant’s arraignment set
An arraignment has been set for former physician assistant Kenneth Adams, who is accused in the deaths of two veterans at Claremore’s Veterans Center.
Pelco Structural honored as Educational Partner
Pelco Structural, LLC was honored with the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education's Economic Development Grant for the Regents Business Partnership Excellence Award, which highlights successful partnerships between higher education institutions and businesses.
House bill sends senior tax freeze to public vote
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.
Sheriff, 2 others out of libel suit
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.
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