RSU students arrive, classes begin Monday
Rogers State University on-campus housing officially opened Thursday, allowing new and repeating students to begin moving in for the start of the fall semester on Monday.
Claremore tech students win at national conference
Seventeen Claremore students attended the recent national Technology Student Association in Orlando, Fla.
Claremore pair study at Williamsburg Teacher Institute
Claremont Elementary fifth-grade teacher Jennifer Hodges and Roosa Elementary fifth-grade teacher Mary Kropp were among 29 educators selected to participate in the Colonial Williamsburg Teacher Institute, held in June in Williamsburg, Va.
King Road expansion project set
Claremore City Council approved an agreement Monday with the Cherokee Nation that will provide $237,000 in funding to finish the expansion of King Road.
Sequoyah Elementary students enroll
Sequoyah Elementary School was open Tuesday for new student enrollment for grades Pre-K through 5th grade.
Back-to-school shopping likely to be less this year
U.S. households are planning to shell out an average of 7.8 percent less for this year's back-to-school shopping season because of the bumpy economic recovery, the National Retail Federation says.
UPDATE: Power returns to RSU after blown transformer
An electrical transformer that sends power to parts of Rogers State University exploded Thursday morning, leaving the Administrative and Enrollment building in the dark.
Zebra Marching Band rehearses for upcoming season
The Claremore High School Marching Band began “Early Band Camp” Monday morning as students prepare for the upcoming season.
House approves lower rates on student loans
A bipartisan bill that would reduce the costs of borrowing for millions of students passed the House on Wednesday and was heading to President Barack Obama for his signature.
BACK TO SCHOOL DRIVE: Annual outreach equips students in need for class
Claremore’s First United Methodist Church (FUMC) has provided Rogers County children with needed school supplies for 15 years. Last year, more than 2,740 children from nine different school districts in the county received every item on their teachers’ school supply list.
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