CLAREMORE — When it comes to spending on Christmas gifts, Rogers County residents may be among the nation’s average group.
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Courthouse security discussions continue
The Rogers County Commissioners will discuss courthouse security Monday continuing the debate regarding key card access to secure areas.
Parents learn the dangers of synthetic drugs during open forum
K2 or synthetic marijuana usage is a growing problem in Rogers County. The district attorney’s office hosted at an informal drug education meeting Thursday to assist parents with the warning signs of drug use.
Mullin announces telephone Town Hall
Congressman Markwayne Mullin (OK-2) will conduct a telephone town hall 7 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday.Congressman James Lankford, chair of the House Republican Policy Committee will also participate in the call.
Claremore brand: Clearly More
Claremore citizens received a sneak peek of the city’s new branding strategy Thursday night during a presentation by Arnett Muldrow & Associates, a South Carolina-based firm hired to energize development, drive business growth and encourage relocation.
Commissioners vote to lift burn ban
Rogers County Commissioners voted unanimously Thursday to lift the county-wide burn ban.
Committee approve county government reforms
Three bills that would reform county government were approved in House committees before the deadline for committee hearings on House bills.
Live racing returns to Will Rogers Downs on Monday
Thoroughbred trainers have begun official workouts and pumping up the grain to have their spring prospects ready for the upcoming Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs meet that begins Monday.
House approves plan for triggred tax cuts
A plan to cut both Oklahoma’s corporate and individual income tax rates has cleared the Oklahoma House over the objections of Democrats who contend the resulting loss of revenue will decimate critical state services like education, public safety and health care.
Oklahoma death toll due to flu rises to 53
The Oklahoma Department of Health says two more people have died from the flu during the past week, adding to the record number of influenza-related deaths in the state.
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