Breaking News

top story

Locally owned downtown Claremore business Vintique Charm has moved to a new location, in the old Art Nest space on the corner of Cherokee Avenue and Will Rogers Boulevard.

editor's pick featured

American Legion volunteers placed more than 2,000 flags on the graves of veterans in Claremore over Memorial Day weekend to honor those who sacrificed for our country.

editor's pick featured

The list of area soldiers currently deployed is growing and Claremore Blue Star Mother's is seeking the community's help in filling the gaps for soldier care packaged.

As the state re-opens, Dr. Sarah Peakheart, an assistant clinical professor at Oklahoma State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, has some advice for pet owners on easing into the routine of returning to work.

top story

Rogers State University named Travis Peck as the Director of Alumni Engagement. Peck will work closely with the Alumni Association board of directors and the development team to create meaningful engagement opportunities for alumni.

editor's pick featured

The Claremore Senior Center has partnered with Mercy Chefs with the Farmers to Families to provide read-packaged boxes of fresh fruits and vegetables to the community. "This is allowing the farmers to stay in business. The U. S. Department of Agriculture has purchased the surplus amount of f…

featured top story

Claremore Police Department's school resource officer Vicki Hershberger was caught taking some time out of her day to play basketball with some of the students she interacts with in schools. This video was captured by Amanda English.

editor's pick featured

Raised by a single mother on a farm near Miami, Oklahoma, Kassie McCoy learned the values of compassion, hard work and finding the little joys in life, like a breath of fresh air.

editor's pick featured

CLAREMORE, Okla. — The Will Rogers Memorial Museum in Claremore and the Birthplace Ranch in Oologah are preparing to reopen on Monday, June 1, after being closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Although the museums will be open to visitors, all Oklahoma Historical Society-sponsored events have…

top story

As thousands are planning to return to the waters of Grand Lake, Lake Hudson and the Illinois River for the Memorial Day holiday, the Grand River Dam Authority Police Department is reminding them to boat safe, smart and sober.

top story

Kitten season is here in Claremore with four adorable and adoptable 5-week-old kittens available at the Claremore Animal Shelter. Meet Alfred, Isabel, Tristan and Samuel, four sweet babies with a lifetime of love to offer. At 5 weeks they are eating a combination of soft and hard food, and g…

The recent pandemic outbreak of COVID-19 has undoubtedly caused mass economic impacts. This is especially true for small businesses, as well as those involved in the healthcare and energy industries.

editor's pick featured

City officials brought artist Steve Stephens to Claremore to paint a train. What he painted instead were three, larger-than life frames, with indigenous Oklahoma flowers tumbling out unto the sidewalk. A life-size mother and daughter admire the paintings amidst their Saturday-morning window-…

top story

STILLWATER, Okla. – Ranchers are invited to a series of free webinars to discuss cattle production, management and marketing tips with other professionals in the field.

editor's pick featured

When Scotty Stokes accepted the role of Rogers County Emergency Management Director in 2013, there was no way to predict the historic flooding and global pandemic that have dominate the last year of his professional life.

editor's pick featured

The Oklahoma Department of Commerce launched its Manufacturing Reboot Program to address negative impacts due to COVID-19 on producers. Many of the companies making up this vital industry worked to quickly retool and develop new products. Meanwhile, others focused on expanding their current …

breaking top story

STILLWATER, Okla. – Clean, disinfect, sanitize, repeat. This has become the mantra of households across the country in an effort to keep the novel coronavirus at bay.

featured

The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education approved three new degree options for Rogers State University during their April meeting. These degree options join established extracurricular programs and include a bachelor’s degree option in Esports and a bachelor’s and associates degree op…

top story

Meet Olive. Named for her beautiful, olive-colored eyes, Olive is a 3-year-old, black and white short-hair tuxedo cat. She is a talker and loves attention. She was found roaming loose around her neighborhood, and no one claimed her after being brought to the shelter for safe-keeping. Olive’s…

featured

Spend 60 Seconds with Will Rogers interpreter Andy Hogan, upstairs at the Birthplace Ranch.

breaking featured

Graduates of the 2020 class at Rogers State University will participate in a virtual commencement ceremony. RSU’s 108th celebration will be held online via StageClip on Saturday, May 16 at 1 p.m. CST due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

This Week's Circulars