Meet Clyde, the featured pet this week at the Claremore Animal Shelter.
Accusations that he exposed himself to a Walmart patron, and was masturbating in the parking lot, ended in the arrest of a Claremore man.
One downtown Claremore business will be getting a fresh coat of paint this week, thanks to Claremore Main Street volunteers and the Keep Oklahoma Beautiful’s Fresh Paint Days grant.
This month’s Food Truck Thursday will be getting into the spirit of pumpkin spice, the changing of the leaves, and cooler temperatures with this month’s theme to be “Downtown Fall Festival.”
CATOOSA – Terry Fator, comedian, celebrity impressionist and one of Las Vegas’ best ventriloquists, is bringing his unique show back to The Joint inside Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa.
CLAREMORE – Merle Haggard’s sons, Ben and Noel Haggard, have joined Haggard’s long-time band, The Strangers, for a series of special tribute performances paying homage to the legendary icon’s career in country music. On Sept. 22, they stop at Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs.
While no one could accuse Claremore resident Levi Green of putting on airs, when it comes to his photography business, he very much puts on airs — 400 feet worth of air, to be exact.
Air Force Col. Ronald Scott will be making his final journey next week, when his remains return to Oklahoma to be honored in a long-overdue funeral.
Breakfast for Stuart Roosa Elementary students was extra sweet this week as parents and family members were invited to enjoy a book and a donut with their student. "Breakfast with Books" was a way for students and family to share in their love of reading and was sponsored by the school's par…
Only hours remain before the mystery cast of “Stepping Back in Time” will make their debut during prime time at Friday’s Claremore Museum of History benefit banquet and program.
CLAREMORE – The American Heart Association received a generous donation from CF Industries, located in Claremore, OK, a global leader in transforming natural gas into nitrogen. The funds provided a CPR in Schools Training Kit for Sequoyah Public Schools. The CPR in Schools Kit was presented …
The coordinated attacks by al-Qaida on Sept. 11, 2001 killing 2,996 people and injuring more than 6,000 others left many in shock with disbelief that such an evil could strike our nation.
Were the Great Pumpkin to still be looking for the “pumpkin patch he thinks is the most sincere,” he need look no further than Shepherd’s Cross.
RSU-TV will broadcast induction ceremonies of the 2017 Claremore Hall of Fame ceremonies. The induction took place on May 7 at the Claremore Conference Center.
Claremore firemen and police officers will be playing a “friendly” game of softball this week to benefit the Rogers County Blue Star Mothers.
A woman arrested in Owasso Wednesday evening after an hour-long standoff with police is still undergoing mental health evaluation, according to police.
With the human toll from Hurricane Harvey still being addressed, another toll remains to be calculated — the toll on animals affected by last week’s devastation.
RCB Bank welcomes Ethan Groff as Assistant Vice President, Lending for the Claremore market. His office is located at the 300 W. Patti Page Blvd. branch.
In the wake of devastation in Louisiana and Texas, Oklahoma is ready to receive children displaced by Hurricane Harvey.
Local veterans were visited by some out-of-towners Wednesday morning when several members of the Norwegian Veterans’ Association for International Operations made a stop at the Claremore Veterans Center.
City leaders met with area ministers Tuesday morning to get feedback from the faith leaders about upcoming projects and needs within the Claremore community.