CLAREMORE — Oologah-Talalah Emergency Medical Services (OTEMS) Director Kelly Deal will continue to act as Rogers County’s interim Emergency Management Director, with OTEMS Assistant Director Brandi Pond to serve as assistant director of Emergency Management, as approved Monday in a Memorandum of Understanding between OTEMS and the Board of Rogers County Commissioners.
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Rogers County Clerk sues The Daily Progress
Rogers County Clerk Robin Anderson has filed a lawsuit against The Daily Progress and the newspaper’s government reporter Salesha Wilken.
Local band loses everything on tour
A Claremore band, The Last Slice, had $30,000 worth of equipment, instruments, merchandise and clothes stolen while on the East Coast Ska Revival tour in Miami, Fla.
RSU among Top 15 Southwest schools for game development
Animation Career Review ranked Rogers State University as the 12th best school in the Southwest for Game Design and Development.
SEARCH DAY 3
A search connected to a Rogers County cold case continued Wednesday at a Tiawah Hills property. Law enforcement agencies worked through the heat and elements in an attempt to locate associated evidence that could be used to explain the disappearance of a local woman 18 years ago.
34 OSBI agents graduate from investigative academy
OSBI has graduated its 14th advanced investigative academy.
Study: 1 in 4 Oklahoma kids live in poverty
Nearly 1 in 4 Oklahoma children live in poverty and the number of children living in high-poverty areas has more than doubled since 2000, according to a national study released Tuesday.
Power for Progress…
When high winds rolled across Kay County on July 14, they had little mercy on the power lines in the area.
Okla. AG says health care ruling bolsters case
Oklahoma’s attorney general says a decision by a federal appeals court in Washington, D.C., against a provision of the federal health care law bolsters the state’s lawsuit that challenges a similar provision of the Affordable Care Act.
Authorities continue search for human remains in 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.
Grand jury resumes review of misconduct accusations
The multicounty grand jury charged with investigating accusations of misconduct by Rogers County officials reconvened Tuesday in Oklahoma City.
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