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.
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.
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.
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.
In conjunction with January being National Mentoring Month, Volunteers for Youth is kicking off their 20th year of matching mentors with Rogers County students.
Earlier this month, Claremore Main Street announced a new beautification grant set up to help downtown business and property owners to make small improvements to their buildings.
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.
Downtown business owners, employees and others converged on Claremore Main Street offices earlier this week for a Downtown Hall Meeting.
Claremore Main Street is currently seeking input from members of the community as it develops a Business Recruitment, Retention and Expansion Plan.
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.
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.
A Claremore juvenile said he was walking down the street when he was beaten up by several males in a car and nearby parking lot.
A Chelsea woman was arrested on public intoxication charges after law enforcement found her “slumped over the wheel of her car” while her three children were locked out of the car.
Science fiction and comic book fans of Rogers County need not wait till this spring or summer to get their fix on all things geeky when the Pryor Creek Comic Convention returns to the region this weekend.
The Edna Corley Women’s Missionary Union of Claremore First Baptist Church recently welcomed Cathey Johnson as the guest missionary speaker for the group’s first meeting of 2018.
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.
OKLAHOMA CITY — As special election costs continue to mount, one state senator wants lawmakers who resign their seats to pay the costs to elect their successor.
OKLAHOMA CITY — A state lawmaker wants to give school boards and superintendents more flexibility in how they can spend property taxes.
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…