They may be tucked away on the hill, but Rogers State University is at the heart of Claremore.
When a pursuit approached the dead end of Archer, the driver reportedly began throwing plastic baggies of drugs out of the window, onto the property of Wright Christian Academy.
The Claremore Chamber Board of Directors unanimously approved appointing Barby Jobe Myers to the position of President/CEO of the Claremore Chamber at the board meeting on June 21st, 2018.
Netflix’s The Toys that Made Us understands exactly how trivial it’s subject matter might seem, and that's why it so good. It realizes that forty-five minutes about how difficult it has been for Star Trek to sell toys or the cultural influence of Hello Kitty won't be any fun to watch if it t…
The lead story of the Claremore Daily Progress on December 4, 2016, read “Claremore Fire Department officials have determined the cause of a fire that destroyed the fellowship wing of Redeemer Lutheran Church Thursday night.”
The Claremore Industrial and Economic Development Authority asked the City of Claremore for permission to take out a loan for $1.1 million to buy property in an industrial park. CIEDA intends to buy the property and immediately lease it out as an avenue of inviting new industrial businesses …
Attorneys for Chip Paul have filed a civil petition alleging that Paul was retaliated against for exercising his rights to free speech, association and assembly. They claim Sheriff Scott Walton's actions at a community forum discussing State Question 788, regarding the upcoming ballot questi…
“Hannah” is one of a set of beautiful, identical, 3-month-old twins. They were found at large about a week ago, wandering the streets alone in the rain. The plott hound mix sisters are incredibly playful and they love toys and making friends. The animal shelter is full of puppies at the mome…
The city of Claremore re-upped its commitment to stimulating the growth and beautification of Downtown Claremore in Monday’s City Council meeting.
Voters will go to the polls Tuesday for the June 26 Regular Primary Election, Rogers County Election Board Secretary Julie Dermody said today.
With downtown revitalization well under way, it’s no surprise that the Turquoise Couch, one of the newer businesses in town, is already doing well. Amy Canon, primary owner and operator of the Turquoise Couch, worked in non-profit fundraising for most of her adult life.
Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs’ spring thoroughbred meet has come to a close. Racing officials crowned the season champions and look to 2019 with anticipation. The spring thoroughbred meet in Claremore has now been in operation for 12 years.
Chip Paul, a marijuana advocate and co-founder of Oklahomans for Health said Sheriff Scott Walton grabbed him by the throat and escorted him out of a community forum on State Question 788. But, Sheriff Walton says he believes the whole situation was orchestrated to rattle law enforcement.
Harvesting berries is one of those truly timeless traditions. It’s a summer activity that is open to almost anyone. And it’s in season now at Canyon Berry Farms east of Claremore.
Claremore High School offered it’s last driver education course in June of last year, leaving residents with two avenues for getting their children on the road: parent- taught driver education or the only privately owned driving school in Claremore, Route 66 Driving School.
When Trevor Smith saw the emergency lights and sirens of a cop car behind him, he allegedly attempted to evade the police by speeding, weaving in and out of traffic, and ignoring police barricades.
OKLAHOMA CITY — From cultivating marijuana to lowering taxes and reducing regulations, Oklahoma’s gubernatorial candidates have no shortage of ideas about how they’d attract new economic development to the state.
I love superheros and loved them before it was cool. Before there were billions of dollars into this thing, I waited each afternoon to watch Spider-man, Batman: The Animated Series, and X-man. I got pumped about a weird silver surfer cartoon that got cancelled and when Iron Man came out and …
Pastor Ryan Honeycutt, 36, moved with his wife, Carolyn, and two children, Caleb and Adeline, from Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, to Claremore, after receiving his second calling from God.
With temperatures approaching 100 in Tulsa, fans are needed to help qualified families beat the heat. The Salvation Army is running low on its box fan inventory and teamed up with Westlake Ace Hardware to raise donations.
The June 26 primary will decide the Roger’s County Commissioner for District 3 for the next four years. Commissioners serves both the executive and the legislative duties required at a county level, meaning they enact local ordinances and administer them. They approve budgets, oversee spend…
The officers of DAV Chapter 44, in Claremore, performed a special service for the widow of a local disabled veteran. On June 3, they raised a flagpole at the home of Roger and Millie Moseley and held a dedication ceremony to honor Roger, who passed away on Dec. 16, 2017. Roger was a 100 perc…
Summer Concerts in Gazebo Park returns to bring family fun and musical festivity to the people of Claremore for the 49th consecutive year Thursday.
Claremore Progress publisher Kristy J. Geisler, said the newspaper is accepting nominations for local people who are the achievers, innovators and leaders in their field for year two of 40 under 40. The 40 chosen will be featured in the August/September issue of the newspaper's Reveal magazi…
OKLAHOMA CITY- Cassidy Bronson, Sequoyah, was announced as a recipient of the 2018 American Farmers & Ranchers (AFR) Continuing Education State Scholarship. Bronson will be a sophomore at Rogers State College.
“Smokey” is a natural model, striking poses from the moment he was lifted from the cage. He is also a cuddle monster, absolutely purring while being held by the animal control officer. You can adopt this super affectionate two-year-old male or any of his friends at the animal shelter. For mo…
Less than a week remains for registered voters in Rogers County to apply for absentee ballots to be mailed to them for the June 26 Regular Primary Election, County Election Board Secretary Julie Dermody said today.
In June, 1958, a young man in his late 20s moved his wife, daughter and four-year-old son to Claremore, Oklahoma, where he opened a small business downtown. Five years later, positioned along the still intact and oft travelled Route 66, cars were selling fast, so Jack Kissee moved his Ford d…
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