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Grand jury probe into Owasso government corruption may end today
A grand jury investigating possible corruption within Owasso city government could be concluding as early as today according to a motion filed with a Tulsa County judge.
UPDATE: Winter weather brings cancellations of events
As Oklahoma forecasters have predicted the approach of an arctic front across the state, residents of Claremore and Rogers County will be watching the skies — and roads — over the next few days in anticipation of snow and sleet accumulations.
Commissioners approve purchase of updated data, communication equipment for EOC
Rogers County Commissioners unanimously voted Wednesday to approve the purchase of data and communication equipment for the Emergency Operations Center (EOC), located in the old courtroom of the Rogers County Jail.
E911 Trust addresses emergency call issues
The Rogers County E911 Trust Authority discussed Thursday recent issues with cell phone emergency calls.
Icy, wintry storm begins to hit parts of Oklahoma
A winter storm expected to plow through Oklahoma starting Thursday has led officials to postpone high school state football championship games and cities to cancel holiday festivities across the state.
Fire Chief updates council on new fire admin building
Work continues on the future site of the city’s fire administration offices and senior citizens center at the corner of Blue Starr and Sioux.
RSU lighting ceremony kicks off holiday season
Rogers State University opened the holiday season with the annual Holiday on the Hill lighting ceremony Tuesday night in front of Prepatory Hall.
Winter Storm Warning declared for Thursday
The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for Norheast Oklahoma beginning Thursday morning through Friday evening.
Share the Spirit helps families
A Foyil family struggles this Christmas with one more mouth to feed since last year.
The single mom has three children to provide for, which forced her to return to work just two weeks after the baby was born so she could keep her job.
Claremore Habitat for Humanity always in need of volunteers
Since 2001, the Claremore Habitat for Humanity has completed 10 houses with partner families in Rogers County. The non-profit organization is currently working on number 11, which is expected to be completed in early February.
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