Edwin “Ed” Cypert Oelenberger
Edwin “Ed” Cypert Oelenberger, 86, of Chelsea, died Wednesday, March 5, 2014 at the home.
Winter’s last gasp?
A powerful winter storm brought sleet and snow to Rogers County Sunday, leaving roads in hazardous condition and all schools were closed on Monday.
Chelsea HS Academic Team earns second consecutive state title
Chelsea High School made school history after winning the Class 3A OSSAA Academic Bowl state championship Feb. 15 at Redlands Community College in El Reno.
Chelsea approves renewal of PSO agreement
The Rogers County Election Board announced Tuesday the results from the annual school board election involving Northeast Technology Center, Catoosa Public Schools and Chelsea Public Schools, as well as, special election results for the Town of Chelsea.
Burn ban issued in Rogers County
A burn ban was issued Monday for Rogers County by county commisioners due to high winds and drought conditions.
Honoring Those Who Served
Rogers County residents saluted area veterans Monday during the annual Claremore Veterans Day Parade.
Toys for Tots kicks off campaign
The holidays are a a time for celebration, but many Rogers County and Claremore children are less fortunate. The joy of a gift can bring happiness into a difficult situation for these children.
A-F grades released by state
The Oklahoma Board of Education unanimously voted to certify the A-F report cards for schools statewide at a special meeting Wednesday afternoon in Oklahoma City.
Commissioners postpone budget talks
The Rogers County Commissioners tabled budget discussions for another one week due to discrepancies in accounting in the Rogers County Clerk and Treasurer’s offices.
Conflict questions raised in PR firm’s tie to DA
Conflict of interest questions have been raised as a result of Claremore Police Chief Stan Brown’s request to review District Attorney Janice Steidley’s financial ties to the owners of a public relations business who also publish a weekly newspaper critical of Brown.
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