Commissioners limit focus on grand jury
Despite a pending grand jury petition, business continued as usual Monday at the weekly Rogers County Commissioner’s meeting.
Rally draws petition supporters
More than 200 residents gathered Saturday morning to support a grand jury petition in Rogers County.Petition sponsors enlisted volunteers and took signatures during a rally at the Lynn Riggs Gazebo Park in Claremore.
Grand jury petition shows chasm between law officers, DA
Sheriff Scott Walton and five other citizens are collecting signatures in hopes of forcing a special grand jury to investigate the actions of a half-dozen county officials, including the district attorney.
Schools receive preliminary test scores
Student test scores were released to Rogers County school districts this week as part of the A-F report cards, which include district grades for the state.
Thacker pledges to sign grand jury petition
Two county officials say they welcome the scrutiny of a grand jury sought by Sheriff Scott Walton and five other residents, while District Attorney Janice Steidley is calling the allegations raised in their petition “baseless and pathetic.
Sheriff, 5 others seek grand jury probe of Rogers County officials
Sheriff Scott Walton and five other residents of Rogers County petitioned the district court Monday for a grand jury investigation of two county commissioners, the district attorney and three of her assistants.
Claremore man arrested, booked on child neglect count
Catoosa police arrested a Claremore man Friday morning on a child neglect charge stemming from an incident at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Catoosa.
Catoosa taking ownership of Rice St. Bridge
Catoosa City Council members approved to salvage and assume ownership of the Rice Street Bridge over Spunky Creek during Monday’s regular meeting.
New development coming to Catoosa
Preliminary dirt work is underway just east of the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Catoosa.
County schools prepare for another year of common core transitioning
Come August, Rogers County teachers and administration will continue to implement plans for transitioning to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) as part of the Oklahoma C3 standards for academics.
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