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Rogers County construction growth trend continues
Rogers County continues to see growth in 2014 with requests for residential building permits on the rise.
Convicted sex offender sues to stay in his home
PRYOR — A convicted sex offender has sued the district attorney and city of Pryor over housing dispute.
Claremore HS Academic Team finishes 2nd in Academic Bowl state championship
The Claremore High School Academic Team took second place in the Class 6A OSSAA Academic Bowl state championship Feb. 15 in El Reno.
County gives attorneys key card access
Rogers County Commissioners set a $20 fee for attorneys Monday to access secure areas of the courthouse.
Chelsea HS Academic Team earns second consecutive state title
Chelsea High School made school history after winning the Class 3A OSSAA Academic Bowl state championship Feb. 15 at Redlands Community College in El Reno.
One injured in rollover crash near Oologah
A pickup truck driver suffered minor injuries Monday morning after losing control of the vehicle near Highway 169 south of Oologah, according to Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
STAND OFF: Two suspected burglars arrested following six-hour standoff
Two suspects were arrested for burglary complaints after a six-hour-long standoff Saturday on North Faulkner Drive in Claremore.
Dispute erupts over DA’s mediated libel agreement
A judge has been asked to enforce a disputed out-of-court settlement of a libel lawsuit filed by District Attorney Janice Steidley and two assistants against sponsors of the unsuccessful citizens’ petition for a local grand jury investigation of the DA’s office.
Baker Hughes Incorporated has opened its Artificial Lift Research and Technology Center (ALRTC) — a world-class, employee-designed center for research, engineering, design, and testing of artificial lift technologies.
New equipment coming for Will Rogers Park
New playground equipment will soon be installed at Will Rogers Park just in time for spring time weather.
The Claremore City Council approved the purchase of a modular unit —in the amount of $32,751 — from Miracle Recreation Equipment Company.
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