ODOT chief warns of project delays
Oklahoma’s transportation director says road projects across the state will face significant delays if the Legislature pushes forward with a plan to divert transportation funding to education over the next several years.
Students earn top awards at state leadership competition
In late March, eight students from the Business and Multimedia program at the Northeast Technology Center (NTC) Pryor Campus attended the Business Professionals of America (BPA) State Conference in Tulsa.
Hrdlicka named Mr. Claremore
Claremore High School senior Nick Hrdlicka walked away winner of the annual Mr. Claremore pageant Wednesday at the Frank Mobra Fieldhouse.
Verdigris, Claremore graduates recognized for ‘outstanding’ achievement at OU
A Verdigris High School graduate and two Claremore High School graduates were recognized Friday and Saturday night for their academic and leadership achievements at the University of Oklahoma in Norman.
RSU’s Stroble selected for Learning Advisory Council
A Rogers State University student and staff member has been selected for a national advisory committee to help remove barriers and develop creative solutions for college students like her, who are balancing family, work and educational responsibilities.
RSU Theatre Program to present ‘Speech & Debate’
Rogers State University’s Theatre Program will be presenting Stephen Karam’s “Speech & Debate” this month at the Will Rogers Auditorium in Claremore.
Oklahoma teachers rally at Capitol for funding
Teachers flocked by the busload to the Oklahoma Capitol on Monday to call on lawmakers to increase public school funding and educator salaries.
250K teachers, students to converge on Captiol
More than 25,000 parents, students and educators are expected to converge on the Oklahoma Capitol on Monday to rally for more money for public education.
Superintendents McClaren, Ballard speak at Chamber
Two veteran superintendents addressed the challenges educators have in this day and age Thursday during the month Claremore Chamber of Commerce luncheon.
School shelter initiative approved by House
A proposal supported by Gov. Mary Fallin to help local school districts pay for safety upgrades like storm shelters and safe rooms has been approved by the Oklahoma House.
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