Absentee ballots for Inola school election available on Sept. 4
Voters in Rogers County who want to have absentee ballots mailed to them for the Sept. 10 Inola Public Schools Special Election-Proposition should apply now, said Rogers County Election Board Secretary Julie Dermody.
Restaurant approved under opposition
Under intense opposition on Monday, the Rogers County Commissioners approved zoning for a new restaurant near Highway 412 in Inola.
Oquin out as judge, enters DA’s race
Judge Erin Oquin announced Friday her campaign for District Attorney after leaving her position as Rogers County Special District Judge.
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.
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.
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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