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Oversight committee organized
Rogers County Commission Chairman Dan DeLozier, Dist. 1, held a meeting Friday with county officials to discuss ways of addressing deficiencies found in the recent 2011 and 2012 county audit reports.
Primary election races set
The final lists of candidates who filed for the upcoming county and statewide races were announced Friday.
RSU grad Tucker announces bid for House Dist. 10 seat
Rogers State University graduate Anthony Tucker announced he will run for Oklahoma House District 10 in the upcoming June 24 state election. The district encompasses Washington, Nowata and Osage counties.
Will Rogers Memorial 5K Run
Runners of all ages proceeded through the first turn of the sixth annual Will Rogers Memorial 5K Race Saturday morning at Rogers State University. More than 650 participants registered for the 3.1 mile run, hosted by the Will Rogers Memorial Museums.
Will Rogers Memorial Foundation elects new officers
Steve Turnbo, Tulsa public relations executive with a long-time involvement with the Will Rogers Memorial in Claremore, has been elected Will Rogers Memorial Foundation president.
Will Rogers Memorial Museum director retiring
Steve Gragert, director of the Will Rogers Memorial Museums, announced Thursday that he will retire as of Sept. 1, ending an almost 40 years’ association with the museums.
Additional filings for county, statewide races
Additional candidates filed Thursday for the June 24 primary election. The filing period will remain open until 5 p.m. today.
Funds sought for safe after-graduation bash
The Project Safe Graduation committee is currently working hard to raise money for the annual Claremore High School after graduation party on May 22. The Zebra Safe Graduation Bash is a celebration hosted by parents of graduating seniors, as well as, community businesses and organizations.
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.
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