For more than 100 years, the Rogers County Fair has entertained, amazed, and delighted adult fair-goers and children of all ages with its rides, competitions, animals and events.
The Claremore FFA officer team recently had the chance to help showcase some of the notable students, livestock and projects in Rogers County at the annual Rogers County Fair Media Day.
They’ve performed at the Grand Ole Opry, the Louisiana Hayride and the Ozark Jubilee, but this Friday, Will Clark and his band will be bringing their unique style of classic country music to Rogers County with a performance at the Claremore Senior Citizens Center.
The month of August is bringing with it changes at Safenet Services, as Safenet Executive Director Donna Grabow recently made three significant changes in staff to help promote growth for the local nonprofit.
Way back in 1984, Universal Pictures released a then-long-awaited cinematic adaptation of a much-loved epic science fiction novel, Frank Herbert’s “Dune.”
While the back-to-school season may be a time of fun and excitement for students and parents alike, for the four-legged members of the family, it can be a time of stress and even sadness.
It was an historic day Nov. 4, 1938 when the Will Rogers Memorial Museum opened. Will Rogers' widow and their children were on hand for the ceremony. That day and in the following years the family donated many of Will's personal belongings, art and artifacts. It is also the repository for his writings and manuscripts.
The giant Slip ‘N Slide at this Tuesday’s West Bend on the Green Block Party may be one way for people to keep cool, but attendees can also look forward to hearing some cool music from local artists.
Dr. Ted Estes of Lifechanger Church in Claremore will be leading a team to Ivory Coast (Cote D’Ivoire) West Africa for an International Youth Conference this month.
The Rogers County Cherokee Association (RCCA) in partnership with the Tulsa Cherokee Community Organization (TCCO) is hosting Cherokee Nation citizen, Dr. Melissa Lewis, for a traditional plants class.
Claremore residents may be getting a break from the hot temperatures this week, but a break from having to mow their lawns regularly is months away yet.
While breakfast may not be the meal that first comes to mind when considering what to eat at Chili’s, this month, Chili’s patrons can enjoy a plate of pancakes while helping children in need at the same time.
I grew up in the 1970s, in an age before Twitter, Facebook, cell phones and their endless apps, and the Internet — so long ago, in fact, it was even before AOL existed, so we’re talking the darkest of dark ages here.
Growing up in the 1950s and ‘60s certainly was different from today’s times. Now for the better or the worst, make your own decision, I think we can all agree it was a different period.
Employees of the Rogers County Health Department practice what they preach, as employee wellness is incorporated into their policies and everyday work life.
Since 2007, local bike enthusiasts have been enjoyed Claremore’s scenic countryside, lake and various roadside attractions from the seat of their bicycle whilst participating in one of the area’s traditional recreations — Dickens of a Ride.
As the saying goes, good things come to those who wait, and for the staff and volunteers of Rogers County Adult Day Care, a very good thing came last weekend when the nonprofit organization moved into their new Claremore facility.
The Rogers County Health Department joins the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) next week in promoting World Breastfeeding Week.
Child Advocates of Northeast Oklahoma, a CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) agency hopes that local golfers will step up as “superheroes” to help abused and neglected children in foster care by participating in a night golf fundraiser in Claremore.
Instead of having people raise their voices to sing another verse of “Happy Birthday” to her this year, for her birthday, Claremore woman Sue B. Payne instead wants them to raise their voices on behalf of others — to be the voice of the veterans in need.
While “throwing shade” may be a fast-fading euphemism of modern slang, Claremore Animal Shelter Director Jean Hurst reminded all pet-owners that shade is a critical component of helping your outdoor pet survive the brutal summer months.
While the extreme summer heat may have discouraged people and animals alike from spending time outside, the high temperatures have done little to dissuade insects from their appointed rounds of eating plants, stinging unfortunate victims and otherwise being a nuisance to garden-owners and non-garden owners alike.
While Rogers County residents may be familiar with the various political party groups that exist within the county, a fledgling political group is hoping to make inroads into Claremore — the Northeast Oklahoma Libertarian Party.
In “Dunkirk,” writer/director/auteur Christopher Nolan, most famous for his Batman trilogy but even better at mind-benders like "Memento" and "Inception," applies his cerebral skillset to another familiar genre: the World War II movie.
Rogers County (RoCo) Fit’s free Couch to 5k Training program’s fall session begins with an information meeting at 6 p.m. Monday, July 24 in the Northeast Technology Center (Claremore campus), 1901 N. Hwy 88.
Classic rock band “The Aviators” will be making a landing in downtown Claremore next week for the Food Truck Thursday event “Downtown Carnival.”