Father speaks to RSU students about his son’s ‘wrongful’ conviction
Guest speaker Bill Ferguson spoke during a criminal justice Wrongful Convictions class Tuesday at Rogers State University. Ferguson described his ongoing experience as the father of a teenager who he says was wrongfully convicted and incarcerated for murder nine years ago in Columbia, Mo.
CHS Homecoming set for Oct. 11
The Claremore Zebras will host the East Central Cardinals for homecoming at 7 p.m. on Oct. 11 at Lantow Field. Coronation will begin at 6:30 p.m.
Fallin opposes bond issue for school shelters
A proposed bond issue to pay for storm shelters in every Oklahoma school won’t have the support of Gov. Mary Fallin if the measure makes it to the ballot.
Survey shows most schools without shelter
More than 60 percent of the public schools in Oklahoma have no refuge or safe area in place to withstand a violent tornado, according to a survey released Thursday by proponents of a ballot measure to place storm shelters in schools
Catalayah says ‘thank you’ to education partner Pelco Structural
Catalayah Elementary School teachers and students hosted a Wednesday morning “Rise and Shine” ceremony for education partner Pelco Structural, LLC
NTC Health Careers Certification students elect officers
The three Health Careers Certification classes at Northeast Technology Center’s Pryor Campus recently elected student officers for the local HOSA: Future Health Professionals Chapter.
Book by RSU professors recognized by This Land Press as an ‘Essential Oklahoma Read’
“Voices of the Heartland,” a 2007 book written and edited by four Rogers State University professors, was recently recognized by This Land Press as one of its “15 Essential Oklahoma Reads.”
Inola voters say ‘yes’ to school bonds
Voters overwhelminly approved Tuesday two school bond issues for Inola Public Schools.
Claremore students improve ACT scores
Claremore High School students improved their composite scores by nearly half a point on the ACT.
CHS hosts 9-11 remembrance ceremony
Students, teachers, law enforcement officers, city officials and community members gathered for a 9/11 remembrance ceremony Wednesday morning at Claremore High School’s Lantow Field.
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