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Coming soon in Claremore, you can learn how to save a life from two women who have saved many.

Among other topics, the Claremore City Council voted Monday to appoint a new deputy mayor, to begin repairs to Claremore Lake Dam and to rezone a portion of agricultural land for residential use.

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Monday’s announcement of the Claremore Bark Park has ears perked across town.

When five Grand River Dam Authority Police Officers headed to North Carolina last Friday to assist with hurricane recovery efforts, they carried on a mutual aid and disaster recovery tradition that has been in place at GRDA for quite some time.

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Studio B’s second annual scarecrow contest has begun. Claremore businesses can purchase supplies from Studio B to enter. Then business owners and employees can set to work designing their one of a kind scarecrow to display outside their business. The deadline to display your scarecrow is Sep…

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Are you lonesome tonight? Than consider adopting “Elvis” from the Claremore Animal Shelter. This hunk-a, hunk-a burning love is a 1 and a half year old tab terrier mix who is super friendly and loves to give hugs. He was found at large on his way to the heartbreak hotel. Visit “Elvis” or any…

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Mark Bowling didn’t waste a second before jumping into action to assist Rogers County Sheriff’s Deputy Brent Longhorn, and now he’s being honored for it.

Malinda Brown, a former Claremore teacher who has had several careers, has returned to teaching. This time, a number of years since she was in the classroom, she is involved in a Citizenship Program, financed by a federal grant administered by the Oklahoma Department of Libraries and Museums.

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Monday night Cub Scouts of Pack 0141 toured the Rogers County Courthouse with Rogers CountyCommissionerDan DeLozier and the Honorable Judge Sheila Condren. Scouts learned about how the County government works and our judicial system.

It may be a little bit early to think about parking the lawnmower for the remainder of the year, but there has been a touch of fall in the air in recent weeks and soon enough, the calendar will make it official.

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In a regular meeting of the Claremore City Council on Tuesday, Sept. 4, the council approved a petition to hear why the owner of Park-It Mobile Home Park behind the Ne-Mar Shopping Center requested an exemption from floodplain ordinances for lots on her property.

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“We want the world to know that Claremore High School has not forgotten.”

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Inola High School students are learning by failure this semester in the school’s new smart lab, run by teacher and coach Todd Dixon.

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A three year old ministry at Claremore First Baptist, called Fusion Families, is connecting college students with local families for food, fun and fellowship.

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Following the resignation of Ward 3 City Councilor Terry Willis Tuesday, the City has announced that it is currently accepting applications for potential candidates to serve the remainder of Willis’s term.

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“Daisy” is a quiet but extra sweet 4-month-old silver tabby. Although she was found at large, she isn’t scared around people and gets along well with other cats. You can adopt “Daisy” or any of her fellow furry friends. Contact the shelter at 918-341-1260 or visit them during regular hours o…

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Thirteen years ago, Brandon Stone was told that he would probably never walk again. On Wednesday, August 29, he set a new personal record, walking 930 feet. This is his story.

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This year the Rogers County Fair will be more inclusive than ever before. Registered 4-H and FFA swine exhibitors, middle and high school students, will be partnered with children under 19 who have disabilities.

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Inola Mayor Larry Grigg and Trustee Billy Wilson met with State Representative Tom Gann and U.S. Congressman Markwayne Mullin to discuss Inola’s $5 million sewer project.

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During the regular meeting of the Claremore City Council on Monday, August 20, city councilors argued for more than 25 minutes over the purchase of a boulder welcome sign at the City’s south entrance along Highway 66.

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Mustard Seed Preschool had their first school assembly this year, complete with a short play about the creation story and a handful of short songs that all the children knew the words to. It was an opportunity to sing, dance, learn and love God. 

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High blood pressure. COPD. Diabetes. Influenza. People in need of routine medical care line up outside of the Rogers County Health Department on the second and fourth Thursday every month.

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Six typed pages of local churches, food banks, charitable organizations and detention centers are benefiting from 32,000 lbs of chicken donated to Light of Hope in Claremore and Catoosa by Tyson Foods.

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TINKER AFB – Cadet Colonel Kurt LeVan has earned his Spaatz Achievement with Civil Air Patrol. The Spaatz achievement is the highest achievement a cadet can earn in Civil Air Patrol. Only 1/2 percent of Civil Air Patrol cadets reach this achievement. Only 29 Oklahoma cadets have earned this …

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CLAREMORE - The inaugural Rogers State University Oklahoma Women in Higher Education lecture series will feature insights from Dr. Deborah Gist, Superintendent for Tulsa Public Schools and OU-Tulsa Professor in Education Leadership and Policy Studies.

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The City of Claremore voted Monday to accept a donation of land next to Petsense in exchange for city crews repairing the parking lot south of the store.

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A pet can be a hero. Just ask “Batman” at the Claremore Animal Shelter.

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Claremore Main Street, a non-profit whose goal is to revitalize and beautify downtown Claremore, recently launched its newest initiative, Alley Activation 2025.

TAHLEQUAH, OKLA. – The Cherokee Nation honored four veterans with the tribe’s Medal of Patriotism during the August Tribal Council meeting.

The Inola Board of Trustees announced Monday plans to alert Inola residents, by distributing letters, that property owners are responsible for covering or repairing sewer cleanout lines on their property, and that failure to do so could result in their water being shut off.

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CLAREMORE — The RoCo Readers program, sponsored by the Rogers County Literacy Council, is in desperate need for volunteers to fill the need for this year's expanded 2018-19 school session.

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Storms in Claremore Thursday night caused this tree on the property of Kristen and Rusty Drake to split in two and topple into their children’s swimming pool.

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