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Foyil students place in annual Battle of the Brains
More than 30 Foyil elementary and junior high students placed in the annual Battle of the Brains competition on March 26 at Inola High School.
‘Wonder-working’ Kursk-Root icon presented at local parish
The holy Kursk-Root icon of the Sign made its way to Saint Brigit Orthodox Christian Church Friday during a tour among churches within the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia (ROCOR) Diocese of Mid-America.
Audit: Bid splitting recurring issue
The recently released state auditor’s report details more issues for Rogers County. Oklahoma State Auditor Gary Jones noted findings of bid splitting. Commissioner Mike Helm was cited for not soliciting bids when purchasing a lubrication system and road fabric in 2012.
Pazzo seeks Associate District Judge seat
Current Special District Judge for the 12th Judicial District, Rogers County, Steve Pazzo announced his candidacy today for the position of Associate District Judge, Rogers County. Judge Sheila Condren currently serves as Associate District Judge, but will vacate that post when she makes her bid for the position of District Judge following the retirement of the Dynda Post.
Candidates begin filing for county, statewide races
The candidate filing period for the June 24 statewide election officially opened Wednesday morning, and will remain open until 5 p.m. Friday.
Claremore Winter Guard named state champs for 2nd year in a row
The Claremore High School Winter Guard placed first at the Independent Regional A state winter guard competition for the second year in a row.
Crossing arms snarl traffic
Claremore motorists have found themselves with increased delays in waiting on trains the past two days, as crossing arms have been lowered at crossings even without trains in sight.
D1 to close portion of 4180 Road for bridge widening
A portion of 4180 Road will be closed beginning Monday for bridge repair. The section of the road, which crosses the south end of Claremore Lake, will remain closed through Monday, April 21, said District 1 Commissioner Dan DeLozier.
Commissioners to discuss audit information
While no audit information was addressed during a regular Rogers County Commissioners meeting Monday, plans for an upcoming public hearing were mentioned.
They came from all over the country to compete in a very special rodeo last weekend in Oklahoma.
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