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  • By TOM FINK tfink@claremoreprogress.com

While high school commencements may still be months away, Rogers County seniors will be graduating before you know it and with graduation comes the inevitable graduation night parties.

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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.

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Legacy Christian School staff and students want Claremore residents to “eat more chicken” this week, as Chick-fil-A in Claremore will be hosting “Legacy Night” on Monday.

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When Rogers County entities hit a bump in the road to a bond election, the local election board reached out to the state legislator's representing the county.

Born in Denver, Colo., Rosemary Cleek passed away in Claremore, Okla. 

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In conjunction with January being National Mentoring Month, Volunteers for Youth is kicking off their 20th year of matching mentors with Rogers County students.

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A partnership between regional agencies will be hosting an Industry Day at a Rogers County school next week.

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While the ice bucket challenge, the cinnamon challenge, and other online fads may have come and gone in recent years, a new Internet-inspired “challenge” has been giving local hospitals and emergency rooms reason to be concerned.

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Nine months of planning, brainstorming and dreaming culminated in the 2018 State of the City address.

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Claremore Main Street is currently seeking input from members of the community as it develops a Business Recruitment, Retention and Expansion Plan.

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Chadwick Warden is being held on a $10,000 bond after Inola Police Department arrested him at Inola Elementary School.

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

A Pryor man, who has kept the faith in the reading public and the family bookstore, will be guest speaker for the Claremore Friends of the Library January meeting.

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  • By TOM FINK tfink@claremoreprogress.com

As winter comes back with a vengeance in Oklahoma this week, members of the American Red Cross urges Rogers County residents to take precautions against the extreme temperatures.

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As a thank you to the volunteers and donors, Heart of the Shepherd will be celebrating with their annual Lamb Cook-Off and Appreciation Luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. this Saturday, Jan. 20.

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  • BY CYDNEY BARON cbaron@claremoreprogress.com

For anyone who has ever wanted a behind-the-scenes look at the criminal justice system, crime prevention and Claremore Police Department—now is their chance.

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One of two proposed water rate increases was approved by the Inola Board of Trustees this week.

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

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  • BY CYDNEY BARON KRISTY STURGILL

Voters who turned out for the Verdigris bond election unanimously voted in favor of the issue Tuesday.

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Rogers County saw an increase in tax collections during the 2017 season.

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Verdigris residents have the chance to vote on two proposals, a $20,505,000 series bond and a $600,000 series bond, on Tuesday. The additional funding will pay for the construction of a new multipurpose building, and it will also help with other expenses like textbooks, transportation, techn…

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  • By TOM FINK tfink@claremoreprogress.com

Members of the Claremore Duplicate Bridge Club will be gearing up this week to begin their 14th year in Claremore.

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