High School bands, motorcycles, military units, church groups, Claremore Veterans Center, and more are all gearing up for the Claremore Veterans Day Parade November 11.
OKLAHOMA CITY — State officials vowed to tighten Oklahoma’s gender-identity laws this week after the Oklahoma Department of Health issued what is believed to be the state’s first nonbinary birth certificate following a voluntary court settlement with an Oregon resident.
Twenty-four COVID-19 deaths were reported in Rogers County in the week leading up to Oct. 20, Oklahoma State Department of Health Public Information Officer Kelsey Walker said.
Christian Business Association Presents “The Power of the Abundance Mentality” with Sean Kouplen from 12-1 p.m. Nov. 11th at First United Methodist Church Claremore Family Life Center.
Audrey Thompson paints the Boarding House Books mascot on the door of what used to be the entrance to the Ward Boarding House in 1909. Building and Boarding House Books owner Janice Whittaker said the bookstore originally started upstairs and she had the mascot painted on the door to make th…
WASHINGTON— Congressman Markwayne Mullin (OK-02) will hold a Telephone Town Hall for Oklahomans on Monday, October 25, 2021, at 6:25pm CT. The telephone town hall will last approximately one hour.
The Rogers State University Foundation, Inc., will conduct its annual business meeting on Thursday, October 28, in conference rooms A and B on the second floor of the Dr. Carolyn Taylor Center. The event will begin at 4 p.m.
Rogers State University’s Offices of Student Affairs and Admissions, along with the Athletics Department, will host Family Day on Friday, Oct. 29. Family Day is free and open to the public with events beginning at 5:30 p.m.
Inola High School’s Fishing Team, led by coach Greg Lawrence, competed this past weekend at the Skiatook Fishing Tournament. Fisher Long and CJ Lawrence, pictured above, earned 3rd out of 65 boats, qualifying them for the state fishing tournament. Brock Flanagan and Grady Castleman placed 8t…
Reveille Rotary Club of Claremore teams up with Oklahoma Blood Institute for Burgers and Blood (drive that is). This fundraiser and blood drive is in honor of long time club member and blood donor advocate, Commander Murry Estabrook.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The first Republican candidate to challenge Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt said Tuesday he's leaving the party and will run against Stitt as an independent.
Please come and join Inola Christian Church, 30556 S. 4200 Road, for a great day of shopping for Christmas, birthdays, anniversaries or ‘just because’ gifts that show that special someone you care.
Claremore Public Schools Superintendent Bryan Frazier said the district has grown because of the COVID pandemic and new laws passed at the Oklahoma Capitol.
Flags across the United States fly at half-mast until the sunsets on Friday in honor of General Collin Powell, according to The White House Briefing Room.
STILLWATER – Many Oklahomans have a big list of to-dos for spring cleaning, but the fall season is a great time for some home maintenance projects.
WASHINGTON – Oklahoma Indigenous activists came to the nation’s capitalto urge President Biden to stop all fossil fuel projects and declare a climate emergency.
The U.S. Supreme Court has overturned a lower court’s decision that opened the door for a lawsuit against two Tahlequah Police Department officers who five years ago shot and killed a suspect threatening them with a hammer.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Frustrated by years of gridlock over cannabis regulation, a newly formed marijuana advocacy group wants to enshrine new marijuana regulations into the state Constitution.
OKLAHOMA CITY – State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister announced today that Rebecca Budd will serve as Chief of High Performance Systems and Operations for the Oklahoma State Department of Education (OSDE).
TAHLEQUAH – In honor of Sequoyah and this year’s bicentennial celebration of the Cherokee syllabary, Cherokee Nation has become the first Native American tribe to use motion and facial capture technology to help preserve and promote an indigenous language.
STILLWATER – Multiple Rogers County students recently were honored by the Oklahoma State University Ferguson College of Agriculture with academic scholarships for the 2021-2022 academic year.
Friends and family members from all over the United States gathered recently as the Rogers County Historical Society (RCHS) honored Dr. Carolyn Comfort-Sanderson for her many years of service as Director of Ed Galloway’s Totem Pole Park.
Oklahoma US Senator James Lankford spoke to the monthly meeting of the Rogers County Republican Party Thursday night in Claremore. Among the issues Lankford spoke about included President Biden’s vaccine policy, and spending bills now in Congress. With Lankford is (right) Rogers County Chair…
“There’s nothing to do here” is the mantra heard far and wide, in nearly every community. For those looking for something to do in Rogers County, though, there’s plenty to choose from.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Bryce Bethel and Taylor Throne, with Armstrong Bank in Claremore, recently completed the Oklahoma Bankers Association Consumer Lending School in Oklahoma City.
As families carve pumpkins and kids pick out Halloween costumes, one organization prepares to hit their biggest goal yet this holiday season.
304 West was a place where police officers would spend late nights and long hours serving the Claremore community. Today, it is a place of rest and relaxation.
STILLWATER – As Oklahomans pull end-of-year holiday decorations out of the attic and put away tools in sheds, they may end up disturbing some of their smallest neighbors.
TAHLEQUAH – The Cherokee Nation is recognizing Friday, Oct. 15 as “Sequoyah Day” in honor of the 200th anniversary of Sequoyah’s creation of the Cherokee Syllabary.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Reproductive rights supporters have filed an appeal asking the Oklahoma Supreme Court to put three anti-abortion laws on hold, including restrictions on medication-induced abortions.
NEW YORK (AP) — Food companies are coming under renewed pressure to use less salt after U.S. regulators spelled out long-awaited guidelines aimed at reducing sodium levels in dozens of foods including condiments, cereals, french fries and potato chips.
Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits for approximately 70 million Americans will increase 5.9 percent in 2022, the Social Security Administration announced today.
A Tahlequah physician employed by Cherokee Nation was arrested in Chicot County, Arkansas on Tuesday for the first-degree murder of Moria Kinsey, 37, and a candlelight vigil has been slated to honor the victim.
Depending on your age, Muriel Fahrion may have created part of your childhood. Fahrion is the creator of not just Strawberry Shortcake and her pals, but the Care Bears and the Get Along Gang.
This weekend, the City of Claremore Parks and Recreation Department, in partnership with the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) Wheelin’ Sportsman program, will host its third annual hunt for disabled youth and veterans.
Fourteen talented Oklahoma students have the opportunity to spread the state’s anti-litter messaging and will be featured in the state’s annual Trash Poster Contest calendar. The original work of the kindergarten through 12th-grade students highlights the consequences and negative impacts of…
Claremont elementary students participated in National Walk to School Day last Wednesday along with the Wednesday Walking Pals group at Volunteers for Youth, community leaders and even the Chick-fil-A cow and Claremore Zebra mascot joined in on the fun.
New features are in flight after city councilors approved a memorandum that gives Bird the green light to take off in Claremore.
This Week's Circulars
Larry L. Beaman, 84, of Claremore, Oklahoma, went home to be with Jesus, his Savior on October 13, 2021. Larry was born July 12, 1937 in Morrisonville, IL to Samuel T and Nadine Mae Beaman(Barker). He attended Grand Rapids School of Bible and Music (GRSBM). He was married to his wife, Marily…
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- Inola fishers head to state
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