CLAREMORE — Rogers County Court Clerk Candi Czapansky is facing tough questions in light of a recent discovery that her office has not been properly filing driver license suspensions according to state statute.
Court Clerk Czapansky not filing driver’s license suspensions since January 2012
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.
DA files motion to stop grand jury petition certification
A motion to stay the certification of the petition in the pending Rogers County Grand Jury was filed Friday by attorney Joel Wohlgemuth on behalf of District Attorney Janice Steidley and her two assistants.
DA asks court to unseal grand jury petition names
District Attorney Janice Steidley filed a motion Thursday requesting Grady County Judge Richard Van Dyck vacate his order sealing signatures on a citizens petition calling for a grand jury investigation of her office.
UPDATE: 7,711 signatures filed for Grand Jury probe
Sponsors of a citizens petition drive for a grand jury investigation of District Attorney Janice Steidley, three of her assistants and two county commissioners turned in 7,711 signatures Wednesday to Rogers County Court Clerk Kim Henry.
Author seeking stories for book on 'Ed Galloway's Totem Pole Park'
Managers David and Patsy Anderson, of the Ed Galloway Totem Pole Park in Foyil, are seeking stories and photos for the first-ever book about Ed Galloway, creator of Foyil’s Totem Pole Park.
RCIDA could feel pay raise pinch
County funding to the Rogers County Industrial Development Authority, (RCIDA) could decrease if the commissioners decide Monday to reallocate sales tax funding.
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