When Will Rogers was killed “Steamboat ‘Round the Bend” and “In Old Kentucky” were ready for release.
Cade Leonard, 19, has shown pigs, sheep and cattle since he was 8 year old. His love for farm animals and agriculture naturally lead to an interest in the local Future Farmers of America. His talent and hard work naturally lead to $22,000 in college scholarships.
CLAREMORE – With the popularity of Cash Mob’s en masse shopping concept, Claremore Main Street introduces a new event featuring en masse dining – Breakfast at the Boom.
All Claremore Animal Shelter dogs will be outside Petsense in Claremore Saturday from 12-3 p.m. for National Clear the Shelters Day. All dog adoptions will be half price in an effort to give pets a forever home with their forever families.
CLAREMORE — Cpl. Paul Tucker of the Rogers County Sherrif’s Department was the recipient of the Oklahoma State FOP’s 2018 “P.D. Taylor Member of the Year Award,” at their semi-annual meeting last weekend.
The friendliest face out of many friendly faces at the Claremore Community Center retired Thursday. Sue Payne has worked for the city of Claremore for 10 years, the last seven serving as administrative assistant in the department of parks and recreation.
Approximately 500 households scattered across the city Claremore lost power Sunday due to wind gusts knocking debris into power lines and poles, said Todd Rue, operations supervisor of Claremore Electric. The first outage was reported at 4:10 p.m. and crews worked for four hours to restore p…
In Monday’s meeting of the Claremore City Council, shortly after Electric Utility Director Larry Hughes and his crew were lauded for working 24 hours straight restoring power following a recent storm, Ward 4 Councilor Will DeMier brought up an email exchange that occurred between himself and…
Sheriff Scott Walton said he took an oath to uphold the letter of the law. This week he said he's happy to hear that the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is doing the same.
Generation Z, the group of people 23 to 12 years old, are said to be digitally native, because few remember a time before cell phones and internet access. But for many of these youngsters there is a space where they have to be disconnected — the classroom.
Pafford Medical Services runs six ambulances out of Claremore that cover all of Rogers County and provide assisting mutual aid to surrounding communities.
Oklahoma GEAR UP (Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs) is a federally funded program administered by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education that partners with 24 school districts and six community colleges across the state to provide college preparation …
Rogers County Commissioner Ron Burrows says the county plans to cut the Inmate Trash Service along highways, to close four out of five free dumping sites and to put a hold on all new road projects until a new funding source can be found to replace the one cent sales tax that expires in September.
Rogers County’s first responders are looking for citizens to support their efforts through blood donation with Oklahoma Blood Institute. Those who give at the Boots & Badges blood drive on Thursday, August 9th & Friday, August 10th, will provide blood needed to save local lives, such…
The Inola Board of Trustees spoke for 10 minutes Monday on the possibility of changing several residential streets across town from 25 to 15 miles per hour.
All Claremore Public School students will leave school 55 minutes early on Friday afternoons this school year, Superintendent Brian Frazier announced.
Drowning is the leading cause of death for children 1 to 4 years old, not including birth defects, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control. For people aged 1 to 14, fatal drowning remains the second-leading cause of unintentional injury-related death behind motor vehicle crashes.
Gentner Drummond says the prospect of him being elected attorney general is a “possibility the political elite find unnerving.”
Amanda Demackiewicz, a 2nd year medical student at Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine (OSU COM), has spent the past few weeks for the Summer Rural Externship at St. John Clinic Claremore with Dr. Michael Cooper.
The classic rock and country ballads of the 60s, 70s and 80s, audible along main street Thursday night, are a far cry from the Air National Guard Band of the Southwest’s orchestral, patriotic standards at the last Food Truck Thursday.
Friday, Aug. 3, is the last day to apply for voter registration in order to be eligible to vote in the Aug. 28 Regular Runoff Primary Election, Rogers County Election Board Secretary Julie Dermody said today.
“Charlie” is an incredibly social and playful 9-month-old bird dog mix. He was found at large in the summer heat and brought in to the shelter by a kind stranger. He gets along great with other dogs and loves to run. Every dog adoption comes with a free dog house, as seen in picture, while s…
Do you or a family member have diabetes? Would you like to learn helpful ways to control your glucose levels? If so, plan to attend the Live Well, Eat Well, Be Active, With Diabetes (L.E.A.D.) seminars. Rogers County OSU Cooperative Extension Service is offering the L.E.A.D. workshop.
Rogers County was put under an air quality health advisory warning Thursday by the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality for potentially irritating levels of Ozone (O3) in the air.
Reasor’s Pharmacies have introduced a new digital communication platform in partnership with mscripts to help customers manage their prescriptions on the go. The new Reasor’s Pharmacy text messaging, app and website are an easy-to-use digital health management resource that provides medicati…
The Claremore Public Works Authority voted Monday to pay Sapulpa Digging, Inc. $422,722 to complete the Valley View Drive sewer replacement project.
OKLAHOMA CITY — A top attorney overseeing the state’s new medical marijuana regulations made up claims that she was being threatened, according to a criminal complaint filed Tuesday.
L.J. Self, 90, is a retired mechanic who likes to stay active, fishing and walking the trails around Claremore Lake. A day pass to fish on Claremore Lake costs $2, annual permits are $10. City of Claremore utility customers are free with a recent utility bill.
First United Methodist Church (FUMC) is preparing for another widely impactful school supply drive during the first two weeks of August.
Rogers State University and East Central University are partnering to host a one-day “academic boot camp” on July 17 in Claremore that will provide a one-stop opportunity for veterans to get information about career and educational opportunities.
Dr. Alexandra Kloeck specializes in a wide range foot ailments (bunions, hammertoes, fractures of the foot and ankle, flatfoot reconstruction, high arches, ankle pain, plantar fasciitis, fungus, ingrown nail, sports medicine, foot and ankle sprains, achillies ruptures, congenital deformities…
The town of Inola is eligible for a $300,000 loan from the Oklahoma Water Resources Board (OWRB) which the Public Works Authority voted to accept Monday if approved by OWRB in August.
Owasso fifth through seventh grade students from the Rejoice Christian School Summer Camp visited the Rogers County Election Board Wednesday for an in-depth lesson in government and civic responsibility.
A petition signed by over 1,000 Claremore residents is awaiting review by the Rogers County Election Board after being submitted for the second time June 27.
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