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Community Branding Kickoff postponed until Tuesday night
Due to weather, the Community Branding Kickoff event set for tonight has been postponed to 6 p.m. Tuesday night at Northeast Technologyh Center-Claremore.
GPS Technology assists with theft reduction
A string of trailer thefts have prompted the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office to use technology to catch those responsible.
Verdigris girl crowned Miss Teen Tulsa
Verdigris High School senior Kelsie Fox was recently crowned Miss Teen Tulsa 2014. Fox was one of 50 contestants in her age divison chosen to compete in the finals on Feb. 15 at the Thoreau Demonstration Academy in Tulsa.
Optimist Club of Claremore seeking donations for area youth programs
The Optimist Club of Claremore is currently planning youth programs and events for the year. In order to bring these positive experiences to area children, club members are seeking funds from businesses and residents.
Pelco Structural to be honored for education partnership
Pelco Structural, LLC will be honored with the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education's Economic Development Grant for the Regents Business Partnership Excellence Award, which highlights successful partnerships between higher education institutions and businesses.
Claremore Ministerial Alliance offers Lenten services, lunches
Where can one go, worship the Lord, have a delicious lunch, and be out in the space of a lunch hour? The answer is the annual Lenten series of services and lunches sponsored by the Claremore Area Ministerial Alliance.
Former RSU faculty member to discuss latest publication
Dr. Davis D. Joyce will discuss his autobiographical collection of essays, “Recollections of a Hitherto Truthful Man,” at 11 a.m. on Friday, March 7, at the Rogers State University Baird Hall Performance Studio.
Coming to the Rescue - Officer Burton helps save man’s life
Claremore Patrol Officer Vicki Burton recently revived a 19-year-old Claremore man who had overdosed on heroin, and was unresponsive and not breathing.
Consolidation plan clears House panel
A plan to consolidate Oklahoma’s arts, history and tourism agencies into one new organization has narrowly cleared a House committee.
Bill would require marriage program
A House committee has approved a bill that would require certain couples who have children and are seeking a divorce to go through an Oklahoma Marriage Initiative program before the divorce is granted.
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