A powerful winter storm brought sleet and snow to Rogers County Sunday, leaving roads in hazardous condition and all schools were closed on Monday.
The Oologah Mustangs had a split in the Class 4A sub-regional basketball playoffs Thursday night at Bill Allen Field House.
The No. 16 Oologah boys beat Tulsa Webster 67-61. The Lady Mustangs, however, fell 48-44 against the No. 16 Berryhill Maidens.
A pickup truck driver suffered minor injuries Monday morning after losing control of the vehicle near Highway 169 south of Oologah, according to Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
Hilldale’s Hillary Calvert did anything she wanted Friday night against Oologah, on her way to a game-high 21 points, five steals and five rebounds, leading the Lady Hornets past the Lady Mustangs 61-27 at the Hilldale Event Center.
A burn ban was issued Monday for Rogers County by county commisioners due to high winds and drought conditions.
Voters in parts of Rogers County go to the polls today to decide school bonds and a bond to expand the Northwest Fire District. For results of the election click here Election Results 2013.
Rogers County residents saluted area veterans Monday during the annual Claremore Veterans Day Parade.
Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Game Warden Lt. Brek Henry is searching for answers after five whitetail bucks were found decapitated this weekend near Oologah Lake.
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.
The E911 Trust Authority voted Thursday to set fees for agencies looking to join the countywide dispatch center.