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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.

Budget cuts towards education have swept all across the state of Oklahoma, leaving students, teachers, and community members alike in a state of shock, which in turn has functioned as a motivation to help develop creative ways to close the financial gap. Luckily, the student body of Claremor…

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Downtown Claremore went all out for Will Rogers’ 139th birthday just as they have for some 80 years since the Will Rogers Memorial Museum opened on his birthday Nov. 4. 1938, three years after his death in an Alaska plane crash . At RCB Bank, they went back to the 50s when traveling down Rt.…

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Once Halloween is over and candy wrappers are cleared out, many parents are left wondering what exactly to do with those Halloween costumes they know won't fit next year.

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Claremore’s West Bend Winterland returns with the arrival of the official 60 ft. fresh Christmas tree, weighing 7,000 pounds. “We are eagerly awaiting the arrival of our tree, which will be Wednesday, November 7. The 60 ft. Norway Spruce is coming from the Dutchman Tree Farm in Manton, Michi…

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CLAREMORE – The air is getting cooler and soon Santas, snowmen and holly will be popping up everywhere. The onset of the holiday season in Claremore brings a historic flair as Dickens on the Boulevard hits the streets of downtown Claremore for the 22nd year.

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CLAREMORE, OKLA.— One post on the Claremore DAV Facebook page says it all, “Veterans helping veterans.” They have first-hand experience and understanding of the issues impacting those who have served our country.

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Klassy Girl Boutique, an online business out of Chelsea, opened a brick and mortar store at Lynn Riggs Blvd and Blue Starr Drive Sept. 15.

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Less than a week remains for registered voters in Rogers County to apply for absentee ballots to be mailed to them for the November 6 Regular General Election, County Election Board Secretary Julie Dermody said today.

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“Tally,” is a 2-year-old Delute Calico who will make a very sweet companion for whoever is lucky enough to pick her up first. She was found caught in a trap at the Avondale Apartments. Contact the Claremore Animal Shelter at 918-341-1260 or visit them during regular hours of operation at 815…

Fall has finally arrived in Oklahoma! As we kick off the season of family gatherings, the Will Rogers Library is celebrating a lesser known November holiday – National Game and Puzzle Week! Held each year during the week of Thanksgiving, National Game and Puzzle Week encourages family and fr…

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Members of Chapter 44 Rogers County DAV who participated in the ceremonial demonstration included Auxiliary Commander Millie Moseley, Sherry George, and Suzanne Crawford. The Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary, of Chapter 44 Rogers County, recently gave a Flag Folding Ceremony demonstratio…

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On Friday, October 26 the RCLC and RSU students will be hosting a "Spooky Read-Aloud" at the Claremore Community Center at 10:30.

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CLAREMORE—On Sept. 29 Hope Harbor hosted a groundbreaking ceremony as part of their annual Open House activities. In 2017 a successful capital campaign helped raise funds for two new cottages at the campus that sits just east of Oolagah Lake. The cottage, the fourth to be built on that site,…

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CLAREMORE, Okla.— The Oklahoma Veterans Center in Claremore is celebrating their 30th Anniversary this week. When Claremore was chosen as the location of the new center, there was no place in the Northeastern part of the state for veterans to go for long-term care.

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The third annual RSU Bioethics Forum will focus on the ethics around decision making for incapacitated, terminally ill patients without an advanced medical directive.

Will Rogers Memorial Museums Executive Director Tad Jones’ dedication to encouraging involvement of the new generation is somewhat similar to a goal of Claremore Friends of the Library. Both have launched various efforts to engage a new generation.

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Brody Howard, a Claremore 5-year-old, may have been sleepy when he showed up to the Claremore Fire Department in a firetruck red ‘To the Rescue’ t-shirt for his birthday party, Saturday.

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Rural Economic Development of Inola (REDI) recently received a Fresh Paint Days grant. This grant provided paint and supplies to repair the gazebos in Fleming Park. Volunteers came out this past Saturday and repaired the damage to the ceilings of both gazebos and added a fresh coat of paint.…

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Volunteers from Lowes and Brad Foster Trucking donated their time, resources and equipment to re-mulch Safenet’s wiggle worm play area. The dirt, mulch and hours of labor that were donated saved the nonprofit thousand of dollars.

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The Rogers County Home and Community Education enjoyed greeting the children at the 2018 Rogers County Fair. They handed out a total of 406 gently used books and 64 t-shirt book bags to the young fair goer. Marlene Alsip, member of Rogers County OHCE and State Chair of the OHCE program for Y…

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A mission team from Claremore First United Methodist Church (FUMC) recently returned from a week serving the ministries of McCurdy Ministries Community Center in Espanola, NM. The nine-member team included: Linda Polson (Team Leader), Sandi Atwood, Dr. Steve Smith, Chris Moody, Leon and Shir…

A huge, semi-annual garage sale takes place at First United Methodist Church, 1615 North Highway 88, Claremore, the first weekend in October. Shoppers will find the parking lot full of furniture, appliances, and other large items. Inside, the church gym and classrooms will be filled with hou…

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The Sequoyah High School Football program will celebrate its 2018 Homecoming Coronation on Friday, Sep 28 at the Pope Athletic Complex. The program will begin at 6:30 PM followed at 7:00 PM by the Varsity Game against the Inola Longhorns. This year the attendants, along with Queen and King N…

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Claremore, OK— The Will Rogers Library will be hosting a special presentation and book discussion of Margaret Atwood’s popular contemporary classic The Handmaid’s Tale on Monday, September 24 at 6:00 pm. This group book discussion brings two great programs together, PBS’s The Great American …

Each month, Child Advocates of Northeast Oklahoma (CANO) celebrates the advocacy of one of our CASA volunteers. This month, we celebrate the service David Bridges, a volunteer advocate in Delaware County for over a year.

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Professional electricians, construction workers, painters, pastors, teachers — individually they have crucial skills, together they can build a future. Eight professionals in those and other fields from Claremore First Baptist Church joined a group of 20 from Edmond last week, building a chu…

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