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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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From National Weather Service Tulsa- Rain chances will begin to increase Saturday night., with light rain becoming widespread across the area on Sunday.

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Editor's Note: This story was edited to correct the name of Ethan Shires' escort. 

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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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Have you been looking for a hero to bring joy to your family? Look no further. Meet Marvel. He may not be a captain, or an entire cinematic universe, but he sure is handsome fella, desperate for attention, and a family to call his own. This two-year old Heeler-Terrier Mix gets along great wi…

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Comic book fans and nerds of all stripes, get your cosplays ready for the Route 66 Comic Con, coming to Claremore April 4.

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Outside of the Rogers County Courthouse, Todd Wagner is most commonly known as “that guy on Facebook Live with the beard.”

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Claremore Blue Star Mothers packed over 70 boxes for troops overseas with Valentines Day goodies.

City officials closed a section of N. Sioux Avenue from 17th Street to Notingham Place Monday afternoon due to a large water main break. 

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(STILLWATER, Oklahoma, Feb. 17, 2020) — Over-the-counter hemp CBD products are marketed as all-natural treatments for a plethora of ailments in both humans and pets. Many pet owners look to hemp CBD as an alternative treatment for medical disorders such as anxiety, pain and seizures.

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Heidi Stair, a mechanical engineer with Advantage Controls, recently received a 2020 Women in STEM Award. The award was presented by the Oklahoma Manufacturing Alliance and the Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance as part of the Oklahoma Women in STEM event at Northeastern State University, Broken A…

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From the National Weather Service Tulsa- A cold front will move through Monday, and will bring chances for scattered showers across parts of the area. A period of cooler weather will ensue on Tuesday.

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From the National Weather Service Tulsa: A warming trend will begin today, with even warmer temperatures expected over the holiday weekend.

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The “Heartache Medication” tour brought Jon Pardi to Tulsa. The country star played a sold out show inside The Joint at the Tulsa Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.

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Will Rogers loved polo. Will’s love and respect for good horses may have attracted him to the game of polo and where the mark of a performer’s success is determined by his athletic partners, his ponies. Because of Will’s passion for the game, the Will Rogers Memorial Foundation is hosting th…

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Will Rogers continues to be a part of the core of America’s history. Born in 1879 on his father’s Cherokee allotment, he became a friend of presidents and royalty, but most of all the common man. Although he died more than 80 years ago, his life’s lesson continue to be relevant in today’s world.

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Chelsea Police Department’s K9 Eli has received a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a charitable donation from non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. The vest was sponsored by Linda Williams of Chickasha, OK and embroidered with the sentiment “Honoring those who served …

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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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CASA of Northeast Oklahoma is pleased to announce Cheri Ramsey has been selected as CASA Volunteer of the Month for February 2020.

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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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Gardening enthusiasts who have been missing that feeling of a little dirt under their nails can begin to rest easy now that spring is just a few weeks away. While you won’t be outside in your planting beds for a little longer, you can get your gardening fix by starting some spring garden pla…

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TULSA, Okla. – Having hand-built his lauded career through songwriting, relentless touring and more than a dozen self-released albums, Aaron Watson is making a road stop at Hard Rock Live for a live show on June 12.

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma’s governor this week ordered state agencies to cut through the bureaucratic red tape and begin eliminating nearly a quarter of the regulations that govern the state.

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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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