What’s the old saying, “New year, new Liam Neeson movie?”
In conjunction with an upcoming program involving community speakers, readers, and book lovers of all ages, area residents will have the opportunity again to have their photo made with a favorite book and write a brief statement about why they love the book.
Science fiction and comic book fans of Rogers County need not wait till this spring or summer to get their fix on all things geeky when the Pryor Creek Comic Convention returns to the region this weekend.
While the number of sequels with “Last” or “Final” in the title which have actually turned out to be the last one are suspiciously few so don’t take “Insidious: The Last Key” at its word.
CATOOSA — Internationally recognized four-time Grammy Award-winning singer, actress and philanthropist Olivia Newton-John, known for her timeless talent and vibrant career, is coming to the stage at The Joint inside Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa on March 22.
Verdigris community members are wanting to share hope and healing during this season of giving by donating blood with the Oklahoma Blood Institute.
Claremore’s Robson Performing Arts Center will be hosting open auditions for roles in the female version of Neil Simon’s “The Odd Couple.”
Heading into 2018, the staff at the Rogers County Health Department wants to equip persons living with diabetes with the knowledge and tools to have a healthy new year and beyond.
After the start of the new year, Governor Mary Fallin has said she plans to set an election date for a medical marijuana ballot measure — State Question 788.
Rogers County Free Medical Clinic may be hosting its last clinic of the old year tonight, but it will return in the new year to continue to offer free assistance to area reasidents without medical insurance.
The Blast after school program celebrated Claremore’s 32nd year as a Tree City USA in the most appropriate way possible — by planting a tree at the Claremore Community Center.
The Claremore Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a networking seminar this January. Guest speaker for the event will be Peter Biadasz of Tulsa.
Each community has its own needs, and members of Kiwanis International are seeking to empower those in the Claremore community to pursue creative ways to serve the needs of its youth through local service projects and fundraising.
With the holiday season upon us, many pet guardians may be more excited — or hurried — and give less thought than normal to the four-legged members of the family.
Applications are still being accepted for the two remaining $1,000 matching grants for facade improvements within the Claremore Main Street’s downtown district, but the deadline is coming up fast.
Hunger during the holidays is especially tough, and in 1987, it was a serious problem with little relief options for families. Share the Spirit launched to help families who didn’t have access to food assistance during the holidays.
While some Claremore residents may be making plans to travel for the Christmas season, one Rogers County woman is planning an early trip to Texas, but not to visit friends or relatives.
For Katrina Sears, her holiday travel plans will be — she hopes — will be a trip to save her life.
Sequoyah High School chapter of Business Professionals of America (BPA) is joining forces with the Oklahoma Blood Institute (OBI) to encourage community members to join them during the “Sharing Hope, Healing, and Comfort” blood drive.