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A comprehensive labor study of Rogers County found good and bad news for the community, presented before a wide selection of community leaders and government officials Wednesday morning.

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On Friday, October 26 the RCLC and RSU students will be hosting a "Spooky Read-Aloud" at the Claremore Community Center at 10:30.

CLAREMORE— Halloween movies, costume contest, carnival games, and a haunted house are all in store for you at the Robson Performing Arts Center. A week’s worth of fun and safe activities that benefit some great causes.

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A comprehensive labor study of Rogers County found good and bad news for the community, presented before a wide selection of community leaders and government officials Wednesday morning.

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“Dusty,” is a 6-year-old Pekingese-Sheltie Mix who always has a happy smile and love to play with other dogs. He was found at large with a friend and will make someone a very sweet companion. It could be you. Dusty’s adoption fees are $80. Contact the Claremore Animal Shelter at 918-341-1260…

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Most kindergarteners are vaccinated when they start school, but an increasing number of parents are opting out, according to the latest report from the Oklahoma State Department of Health.

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Twenty seconds of silence served to commemorate the passing of 20 years since Rogers County reserve deputy Gary Cook was killed in the line of duty.

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An impressive 18 Claremore students from the junior high and high schools were recently selected for the All District Honor Choir, with the opportunity to become All-State vocalists.

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CLAREMORE—On Sept. 29 Hope Harbor hosted a groundbreaking ceremony as part of their annual Open House activities. In 2017 a successful capital campaign helped raise funds for two new cottages at the campus that sits just east of Oolagah Lake. The cottage, the fourth to be built on that site,…

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CLAREMORE, Okla.— The Oklahoma Veterans Center in Claremore is celebrating their 30th Anniversary this week. When Claremore was chosen as the location of the new center, there was no place in the Northeastern part of the state for veterans to go for long-term care.

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The Oologah Municipal Court is holding a “Food for Fines” warrant amnesty program the week of October 29 thru Nov. 2. Town Hall will be open Monday thru Friday from 8 am to 4 pm and will stay open until 7 pm Tuesday and Thursday.

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The Claremore City Council issued their final payment on the water treatment plant update project started in 2014, ending $125,000 under budget.

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“Wilma,” is a 10-month-old Flame Point Siamese who absolutely loves cuddles. She was found at large at will make someone a very sweet companion. It could be you. Contact the Claremore Animal Shelter at 918-341-1260 or visit them during regular hours of operation at 815 Ramm Road to take home…

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Cherokee Nation Councilor Keith Austin, who represents District 14, covering most of Rogers County, spoke about the Cherokee Nation’s greatest point of pride across centuries – self-government.

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Founded in 1978, Mustard Seed Preschool, operated out of the First Presbyterian Church Life Center, is celebrating its 40th year providing quality early childhood education to the children of Claremore. The school teaches infants through kindergartners and has graduated 360 young pupils in t…

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Claremore High School’s new food pantry opened earlier this month with little fan fair, but has already garnered an outpouring of community support.

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Each month, Child Advocates of Northeast Oklahoma (CANO) celebrates the advocacy of one of our CASA volunteers. This month, we celebrate the service Sharissa Coates, a volunteer advocate in Rogers County for nearly 18 months.

On Monday, October 29th, Rogers County Health Department will be celebrating the long and impactful career of Trena Hickinbotham. After spending the last four years successfully implementing Project LAUNCH, Trena will be retiring from the Health Department with over 30 years of service to fa…

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In the face of a medical emergency, the looming medical bill is the last thing in most people's minds.

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CLAREMORE— The Will Rogers Memorial Museum will host “Halloween Night at the Museum” on Wednesday, October 31, from 6–8 p.m. This event combines trick-or-treating with an opportunity for children and their parents and grandparents to visit the Will Rogers Memorial Museum. Area businesses and…

I love”Doctor Who” and I did before it was nerdy kid cool. I was watching it in 2007 while I was living at home and my siblings kept asking me what kind of cheap cheesy PBS show I had gotten into. Of course, that whole sentence is ridiculous but they were teenagers, so we can forgive them. I…

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According to results of the latest Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Kindergarten Survey, vaccination coverage for those entering school remains high, helping to ensure protection of students and classmates against multiple vaccine preventable diseases. The survey encompasses …

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The Claremore High School Cheerleaders received Class 5A First Runner up at the State Championship competition on Sept. 22 at Oral Roberts University. The cheerleaders include; Seniors: Riley Denler, Natalie Draper, and Kacey Holt; Juniors: Audrey Braucher, Emily Bridges, Sydney Callender, L…

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Everyone is invited to participate in the upcoming fun, free, Monster Mash Dash 5k and 1 mile fun run-walk, Thursday, 6 p.m., Oct. 25 at Claremore Lake Park. All ages and fitness levels are welcome to participate. Comfortable costumes that allow walking or running safely are encouraged, but …

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Editor's Note: This article originally ran in the August 26 issue of the Claremore Daily Progress.

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CLAREMORE — The bright yellow tent in Ne-Mar Shopping Center sells a variety of fall colors, scents and tastes for first-time and professional gardeners.

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The third annual RSU Bioethics Forum will focus on the ethics around decision making for incapacitated, terminally ill patients without an advanced medical directive.

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CLAREMORE– U.S. Cellular (NYSE: USM) has named Darian Cleveland sales manager for the Claremore store at 502-B S Lynn Riggs Blvd. Cleveland leads store associates to help customers and businesses select the best plan and devices to meet their data needs. Cleveland has two and a half years of…

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Brody Howard, a Claremore 5-year-old, may have been sleepy when he showed up to the Claremore Fire Department in a firetruck red ‘To the Rescue’ t-shirt for his birthday party, Saturday.

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OTEMS Paramedics reminds district residents that the Oologah-Talala School tornado shelters are unavailable to other district residents during the regular school day because students, faculty, staff, employees, etc. fill all available shelter and parking space.

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When the school bell rings on Monday and Tuesday afternoons, most students pile on the bus or wait for their parents to pick them up.

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UPDATE: Around 10:20 p.m., Oct. 11, Owasso Police Department announced that a suspect was identified and is in police custody.

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