Students attend Girls State
High school senior girls from Rogers County joined 416 young women from across the state selected to attend the 72nd annual session of Oklahoma Girls State, hosted at the University of Oklahoma from May 26 through June 1.
Residents advised to beware of home repair fraud
The Rogers County Sheriff’s Office is advising county residents to be aware of possible home repair fraud after one Oologah man reported an incident on June 17.
Youngsters ready for weeklong camp
Fred and Betty have been raising their grandson, Jimmy, for several years and recently adopted him.
Cameras coming to sheriff’s patrol cars
Rogers County deputies will soon receive cameras in all county patrol vehicles.
Catoosa City Manager Alsup resigns
Catoosa City Council members accepted the resignation of City Manager Leroy Alsup following an executive session Monday.
Local storm shelter sales on the rise
Area storm shelter businesses are experiencing an increase in purchase orders following the recent tornado outbreaks across Oklahoma.
Send a Kid to Camp: Return trip anticipated by children
Nine-year-olds Colton Spencer and Natalee Wilcox are always up for an adventure.
County’s new phone numbers have citizens seeking information on how to make contact
County officials are settling in after the April move into the new Rogers County Courthouse, however, many citizens remain unaware of the new phone numbers for courthouse offices.
Catoosa city manager placed on paid leave
The Catoosa City Council voted to suspend City Manager Leroy Alsup Wednesday evening following an executive session.
County election fee discount will not apply if schools participate
Earlier this week the Claremore Daily Progress reported that the Rogers County Commissioners could benefit from sharing an election date with two school bond ballots in September.
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