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Claremore Chamber of Commerce ambassadors last week welcomed Droneworks, LLC to the Chamber in a commemorative ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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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. 

Hard rock super-group, England’s Bad Company, will perform their legendary hits to The Joint inside Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Catoosa on Oct. 26.

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Garage sale goers, swap meet aficionados and bargain lovers delight, as the Claremore Expo Center will be hosting a flea market this weekend.

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Cherokee Nation Commerce Services Group will be bringing businessman Dave Ramsey’s strategies for financial success to Claremore next month in a series of weekly seminars.

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While some exercise coaches may encourage you to “feel the burn” during a workout, feeling the burn because of the summer sun can prove to be unhealthy, as well as painful, and even life-threatening.

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Good Samaritan’s Ministry of Claremore will be hosting a “Christmas in July” toy drive and open house this month to kick off their annual drive for Christmas toys for less fortunate children. 

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Meet Patches, the featured pet this week at the Claremore Animal Shelter.

The Claremore FFA chapter was well-represented at the recent 45th Annual Oklahoma FFA Alumni Leadership Camp at the Tulakogee Conference Center on Fort Gibson Lake near Wagoner.

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Community and city council were both given the chance to weigh in on an ordinance changing the way duplex building permits are handled in Claremore. An amendment to a zoning ordinance was drafted to address concerns of allowing duplexes to build in historic areas of downtown.

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With summer heating up Claremore Police Department is taking time to remind parents of the dangers associated with leaving kids in unattended cars.

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Keeping trees healthy can be a challenge any time of the year, but around this time of the year, land-, tree-, and orchard-owners have the additional challenge of combating the annual invasion of webworms.

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I think it was back in the Fifth Grade. It might have been the Sixth, but I don’t think so. Whichever, it was the school year we had to learn how to spell each of the United States and their capitals.

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CLAREMORE — July’s Food Truck Thursday is bringing the carnival to Claremore this month with a “Downtown Carnival.”

Comedy sensation Darren Knight, aka Southern Momma, is bringing his famous stand-up tour to The Joint inside the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa on Sept. 16 at 8 p.m.

 Tickets start at $29 and go on sale July 20.

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Rotary Club of Claremore members may be shouting “Boomer!” next month, when the group hosts former University of Oklahoma kicker and former professional American football placekicker Uwe von Schamann at their regular meeting.

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Wood Manor resident Louise Summers was surrounded by family, friends, Sunday school class members and admirers on Wednesday, when she was honored with a cake and party to commemorate her 106th birthday.

he Cherokee Nation is accepting clothing voucher applications at different locations throughout the month of July. The tribe’s clothing voucher program helps Cherokee families purchase new clothes for school-aged children for the upcoming school year.

  • By DIANA DICKINSON ddickinson@claremoreprogress.com

It is starting to happen all over the country right now. The West Nile Virus (WNV) is testing positive in mosquitoes almost everywhere throughout the U.S. Only one human case has been reported in the state in Cleveland County, according to the Oklahoma State Department of Health.

A train derailment Wednesday near Okay, Okla., is not expected to impact drivers or emergency vehicles in Rogers County, Union Pacific Railroad has reported to OTEMS Paramedics.

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As temperatures in Oklahoma continue to climb near the 100-degree mark, now more than ever, Rogers County residents need to take precautions to ensure they remain properly hydrated.

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