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Claremore Progress receives bomb threat
The Claremore Daily Progress received a bomb threat at approximately 3:20 p.m. Monday from an unknown caller.
ODOT chief warns of project delays
Oklahoma’s transportation director says road projects across the state will face significant delays if the Legislature pushes forward with a plan to divert transportation funding to education over the next several years.
Teams forming now for Safenet’s annual ‘Walk a Mile in Her Shoes’ event
Rogers County residents have the opportunity to join with others across the nation to bring awareness to domestic violence and sexual abuse.
Portion of Blue Starr Drive closes for rail repairs Monday and Tuesday
A portion of Blue Starr Drive in Claremore will be closed Monday and Tuesday to allow for track repairs, according to a City of Claremore employee.
Helm’s drill rig: A waste of federal funds
The $583,910 purchase of a Casa Grande Drill Rig by Rogers County Commissioner Mike Helm has come under fire by Oklahoma State Auditor Gary Jones.
Addressing teen drug use
When Daniel Morris saw a picture of a local drug bust in the news recently, something heartbreaking stood out to him about the people in the image: they looked so young.
State commits $346,200 for improvements
The Oklahoma Legislature has approved funding for the Capital Improvements Plans and the Fiscal Year 2015 budget, as recommended by the Long Range Planning Commission. The budget includes $346,200 for building improvements for the J.M. Davis Arms and Historical Museum in Claremore.
Life Flight transports injured man from Claremore
Claremore firefighters and Pafford paramedics responded to a medical call around 11:45 a.m. Friday, after a man fell two stories while installing windows at a West 18th Street residence.
Deputies take oath after completing safety training program Below 100
Rogers County Sheriff’s Office deputies were sworn in Wednesday following their participation in the day long officer safety training program, Below 100.
E911 Authority expresses frustration
Members of the Rogers County Enhanced E911 Trust Authority expressed their frustration Thursday with the lack of a county-wide dispatch service contract, emphasizing the need for such a contract to garner confidence and participation from local agencies and municipalities.
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