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The Rogers County Ministerial Alliance will once again offer Lenten Services for all who are interested each Wednesday at noon at St. Paul's Episcopal Church.

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We all need companionship. So why not adopt one from the Claremore Animal Shelter?

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The White-rumped Sandpiper can leave their winter quarters in South America in February or March, which may have to do with changing habitat conditions or readying for northward migration. They will travel in quick non-stop flight between southern and northern South America, then will move o…

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Although Will Rogers never appeared in a movie with Shirley Temple, he knew the little girl. They shared the prestige of being the top movie stars in 1934-35. In keeping with the theme of Will Rogers and Will Rogers era movies, February Night at the Will Rogers Memorial Museum on Feb. 28, wi…

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TULSA, Okla. – Through his dedication to excellence and his insistence on quality, Tony Bennett has transcended time as the preeminent singer of the 20th and 21st centuries. On May 24, Bennett will share his iconic collection of songs at Hard Rock Live, formerly known as The Joint, inside Ha…

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On Saturday, Feb. 1, the Claremore Public Schools Foundation (CPSF) hosted the 11th Annual Brainiac Brawl and Auction at the Claremore Conference Center.

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TULSA, Okla. – Cherokee Nation Businesses and its team of dedicated employee volunteers continue to ramp up support for local citizens and charitable organizations. The tribally owned company is partnering again with the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma.

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Legacy Christian School students competed in their annual spelling bee on February 20. Many parents and family members attended to cheer on the spellers. The top two winners of each grade level, second through fifth, will go on to compete in the Claremore City Spelling Bee later in March.

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Spectrum Paint installed a neon sign on the corner of their new store, opening in downtown Claremore this Spring. We'll have the full story, including an interview with the owners, in an upcoming edition. 

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Healthy Community Partnership of Rogers County is pleased to announce its RoCo Spring Art Crawl in Claremore, Saturday, May 2 from 2pm – 6 pm. They are once again calling for local artists of all types to participate. The art will be displayed at local businesses and the artists have their c…

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The Sequoyah Middle School Eight Grade Academic team recently won the Area Academic Bowl Tournament held earlier this year. As area champions, they earned a spot in the state final being held on February 22. At the finals, they will face off against the other eight area champions from across…

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A member of Rogers State University’s men’s basketball team has returned to campus, this time as a member of faculty. A 2010 graduate from RSU, Dr. Mark Peaden was hired this fall as an Assistant Professor of Biology. A walk-on forward from Owasso, Peaden was a member of the inaugural recrui…

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Meet Major. This handsome fella is desperate for attention, making him the perfect cuddle partner to help you through the last cold weeks of winter. This long-haired, black and white cutie gets along great with other cats and small humans. Adopt Major from the Claremore Animal Shelter today …

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Five afternoons of fun and games and learning about the wit and wisdom of Will Rogers are in store for children 17 years and younger during spring break March 16-20. Activities are set 1-3 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday at Will Rogers Memorial Museum and Tuesday and Thursday at the Will R…

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The Rogers State University Theatre program is planning two productions this semester that explore the theme of “Women in Science.” First up a reading titled “Manya and Bronia”. It portrays the relationship between scientist Madame Curie and her sister, Bronia. The production will run from T…

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Friday, February 7, is the last day to apply for voter registration in order to be eligible to vote in the March 3 Presidential Primary Election, Rogers County Election Board Secretary Julie Dermody said today.

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Do you need someone to cuddle while you’re trapped at home because of the snow? Adopt Oscar from the Claremore Animal Shelter. Oscar is a laid-back guy. The two-year old tabby loves to cuddle. And he’ll keep you toasty warm while it’s cold outside. Contact the Claremore Animal Shelter at 918…

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To mark the 100th day of school on Friday, Legacy Christian School lower elementary students participated in a dress up day and special activities.

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The Robson Performing Arts Center has plans for you on Valentine’s Day. You can’t miss this show full of laughs, gorgeous gospel music and delicious pie from Claremore’s own The Pink House. Those four musical misfits are back for three performances. AL-lelluia: The Four Guys Named AL gospel …

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Revolver innovation during the middle of the 1800s was greatly hindered by an important patent. Rollin White held the patent on the bored through revolver cylinder, and Smith & Wesson held exclusive rights to use White’s patent. As self-contained cartridges became the next great step in …

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