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Free smoke alarms, equipment offered to hearing impaired
The Oklahoma Assistive Technology Foundation (OkAT) is offering specialized smoke alarms and alert equipment to Rogers County individuals with hearing impairments.
OkAT has partnered with Oklahoma ABLE Tech and Fire Protection Publications at Oklahoma State University to implement the smoke alarm project.
Sample ballots available at RC Election Board
Sample ballots are now available for viewing at the Rogers County Election Board office and on the election board website under the sample ballots tab. The sample ballots provide a preview of the candidates in the Democratic Runoff Primary Election set for Aug. 26.
CASA Board votes to expand, change name
The Board of Directors of Tri-County CASA recently voted to expand the program from a local, three-county CASA program to a regional, multiple judicial district CASA program and to change the organization’s name to Child Advocates of Northeast Oklahoma (CANO).
RCI Insurance campaign provides goods for American soldiers overseas
RCI Insurance Group distributed more than 210 items to the Blue Star Mothers Tuesday morning. The goods were collected during RCI’s third annual Blue Star Mothers Facebook Campaign.
Claremore woman injured in auto accident
A Claremore woman was rushed to a Tulsa hospital earlier this week, following a single-vehicle accident on a county road.
Teen entrepreneur kickstarts his dreams
At 14-years-old Gavin Wallace started his own business making wooden specialty pens with a lathe that his father bought him for Christmas.
Commissioners approve dispatch service agreements between 911 Trust, Verdigris PD, Oologah PD
Rogers County Commissioners unanimously voted to approve dispatch service agreements Monday between the board of county commissioners, on behalf of the Rogers County 911 Trust Authority, and Verdigris Police Department and Oologah Police Department.
Jacob Lee, an incoming sophomore at Sequoyah schools in Claremore, recently returned from Paleo Expedition, a two-week field science experience that included a week of digging for dinosaur fossils.
The location of this year's dig was on the southeastern tip of the Morrison Formation in Black Mesa State Park, an area in the Oklahoma panhandle prime for impressive finds.
Rogers County continues residential growth trend
Rogers County officials issued $68.6 million in residential home permits in the past 12 months, continuing a three-year growth trend.
Claremore Police Department radio antennas updated with new Verizon cell tower installation
The Claremore Police Department is in the process of updating the agency’s radio antenna technology following the installation of a new Verizon Wireless cellular tower, located near the northwest corner of the police station.
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