The BM Chapter of P.E.O. in conjunction with Rogers State University’s Carl G. and Gladys L. Herrington Distinguished Lecture Series will feature Oklahoma’s Most Admired CEO of 2013, Dr. Terry Neese. Her presentation will be held Thursday, April 4at 10:30 a.m. in the Dr. Carolyn Taylor Cente…

The Claremore Area Ministerial Alliance Easter Sunrise Service will be at 7 a.m. on Easter morning, April 21 at Rogers State University in the Dr. Carolyn Taylor Center (formerly the Centennial Center).

Carley Schroeder, a member of the Sequoyah FFA chapter, is a candidate for state FFA office. Running for the office of northeast area vice president, Schroeder faces the opportunity of serving more than 27,000 Oklahoma FFA members.

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TTCU Federal Credit Union presented a $3,000 donation to Claremore Public School District as part of its School Pride program. Over the past twelve years, the School Pride program has distributed over $1 million to area schools.

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A group of avid Claremore readers will share books they love at the annual Claremore Friends of the Library “Books You Love” February event Monday night, Feb. 18. Sharing host duties with FOL will be Claremore Book Club.

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Claremore-Sequoyah High School senior, Carley Schroeder, served as a Senate page for State Sen. Marty Quinn, R-Claremore, during the second week of the legislative session from February 11-14, 2019. Carley is the daughter of Owasso residents Jason and Natasha Schroeder.

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CLAREMORE – With outstanding growth and success within Claremore Main Street in recent years, changes are fast approaching at the helm of the nonprofit organization.

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The Catoosa Public Library and The Oklahoma Healthy Aging Initiative (OHAI) Northeast Center of Healthy Aging will be providing the Tai Chi for Better Balance Program.

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WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL MUSEUMS — Will Rogers was the Number 1 movie star in America in 1934, and last year marked the 100th anniversary of his first movie, “Laughing Bill Hyde.” This year, the first Will Rogers Motion Picture Festival will be coming to Claremore, October 30-November 3.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. — More than 5 million people have positively changed their financial future through Ramsey Solutions’ Financial Peace University (FPU). Created by financial expert Dave Ramsey, the nine-lesson digital course provides families and individuals with practical tools to gain cont…

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The Rogers County Health Department is proud to announce that 36 local entities have been awarded Certified Healthy status for 2018. Certified Healthy Oklahoma is a free statewide certification that recognizes entities going above and beyond to make health and wellness a priority for all. Th…

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The holidays are over. The Christmas tree and decorations are put away for another year. Thoughts now turn toward Valentine’s Day. But, what if you are a child whose parents couldn’t afford to purchase Valentine’s Day cards?

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In celebration of its 50th anniversary, the J.M. Davis Arms & Historical Museum is pleased to announce a new outreach program to Youth-Serving Organizations. The Curator Challenge provides an enjoyable way to explore the Museum and receive a discount on a new collector’s patch. This offe…

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The Claremore Chamber of Commerce will present the 55th Annual Gridiron at the Robson PAC on Saturday, Jan. 19, featuring an evening of song, dance, and plenty of low-brow humor. Showtime is 7 p.m.

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Sequoyah Elementary saw a huge turnout for their annual Cinnamon Rolls with Grandparents and Special Friends fundraiser, sponsored by the EAGLE PASS (PTO) organization. Students and their family members were served homemade cinnamon rolls, milk, juice, and coffee. The event raised nearly $2,…

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Recently, the Claremore Public Schools Foundation (CPSF) celebrated its 30th Anniversary with its Celebration of Excellence dinner at Rogers State University. The evening began with a reception where guests visited with teachers from all of the Claremore Schools about grants they had receive…

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There was a time John Little knew every blade of grass, every gopher hole, every bump and stump on the 10 acres of rolling hillside Will Rogers bought to someday be his retirement home.

“Open Minds” volunteer tutor training is Saturday, January 12, 2019 at 8:30 am in the Rogers County Building located at 416 S. Brady, Claremore (across from El Azteca Restaurant). Rogers County Literacy Council hosts the training. In today’s information world, there are few abilities more im…

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The holiday season is a time to reflect on the importance of generosity and kindness.  That’s why Oklahoma Blood Institute is urging residents to start a new tradition, by sharing the priceless gift of blood donation.

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TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — Nearly 2,000 angels are ready to be adopted as part of the 2018 Cherokee Nation Angel Project, which kicked off Tuesday. Each year, the project provides clothing, toys and other holiday needs to Cherokee children across the tribe’s 14-county area.

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The annual Thanksgiving potluck hosted by the Emergency Services Student Association at Rogers State University was a little bitter-sweet this year as current and former students and colleagues celebrated the retirement of much beloved and long-time EMT Instructor Clem Ohman.

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West Bend Winterland, the Claremore Chamber of Commerce, Claremore Merchant’s Group, and Claremore Main Street have partnered together to make a great Claremore shopping experience!

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A full day of scouting trees in northern Michigan paid off. Claremore’s official Christmas tree is a whopping 60 feet tall and 7000 pounds.

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