Members of the Omicron Masters group recently met for a Girls Night Out, where they met at Pizza Hut in Claremore.

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Rogers County residents won’t have to follow the Star of Bethlehem to find a babe lying in a manger this Christmas season, as Shepherd’s Cross will be hosting a Living Nativity beginning this December.

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Rotary Club of Claremore member Tad Jones (back, center) helped deliver dictionaries to students at Legacy Christian School last week as part of the Rotary Club’s mission to promote literacy and education.

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David Petty, organizer of the Mickey Perry’s Bucking for Kids / Claremore Extreme Roughstock 2017, donated a portion of the ticket sales to Child Advocates of Northeast Oklahoma (CANO), a CASA agency

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Hoover’s “Have All Mall’ owner Patty Hoover (center, seated) is helped by four generations as she readies for the annual Holiday Open House this week. 

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When it comes to helping non-profits, give where you live.

For residents of Rogers County, there’s certainly no shortage of non-profit and charitable organizations in need — in need of donations, in need of volunteers, in need of you.

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Meet “Buttons,” the featured pet this week at the Claremore Animal Shelter.

The City of Claremore has published an online survey asking citizens to rank future priorities. The survey is part of an on-going effort of the Claremore Dreams 2025 campaign launched in May of this year. 

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The mighty Norse god Thor as played by Chris Hemsworth, has long been a fun presence in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but his last stand-alone film — “Thor: The Dark World,” aka, the one I’ll never willingly watch again — was arguably, the worst of the franchise, if not of any of the MCU movies.

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Fans of local history and persons who appreciate a good story will have two tour options to consider this month in conjunction with Dickens on the Boulevard in downtown Claremore.

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Madness!! Auditions. Folk & Roll Musicians-Singers for acting roles in new TV series. Running Parts for 4 insane boys, age 17-21. Want spirited Ben Frank's types. Have courage to work. Must come down for interview.

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Meet “Socks,” the featured pet this week at the Claremore Animal Shelter.

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A challenge grant of $18,000 has been issued to a Claremore-based food and clothing pantry by the J.E. and L.E. Mabee Foundation during the October 10 meeting of the foundation’s board of directors in Tulsa.

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Hello, boys and girls!

This is a song about a whale — no! This is a song about being happy. That’s right! It’s the Happy Happy Joy Joy song!

For nearly 30 years, cartoonist Bob Camp has been making fans of animation happy through his work on numerous television series, animated movies, and comic books.

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For Jesse Sixkiller, changing jobs was like coming home.

Earlier this month, Rogers County native Sixkiller was named the new postmaster for Claremore Post Office, where he’s been busy re-acclimating himself to his hometown and its residents.

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Meet “Ginger,” the featured pet this week at the Claremore Animal Shelter. 

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In the interest of full disclosure: When I first saw the original “Blade Runner,” I was not a fan.

Admittedly, I was 17-years-old at the time, arguably less sophisticated than I am now, and I saw it on the small screen at a friend’s house when it aired on cable (which was kind of a big deal in the early 80s).

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Rogers County OSU Extension will be hosting a webinar presentation this Tuesday to offer local residents advice and information for matters of importance to members of the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP).

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Meet “Tabitha,” the featured pet this week at the Claremore Animal Shelter.

Several local women of distinction were recognized at last week’s Leading Ladies Expo in Claremore.