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Roger’s State University’s Psi Chi chapter inducted 27 new students into the international honor society through a virtual ceremony on April 24. Faculty advisors include Dr. Kevin Woller, Dr. Sonya Munsell and Dr. Christine Whiting-Madison.

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Locally owned downtown Claremore business Vintique Charm has moved to a new location, in the old Art Nest space on the corner of Cherokee Avenue and Will Rogers Boulevard.

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Oklahoma football coach Lincoln Riley and athletic director Joe Castiglione won’t need to defend their position about whether it’s safe for football players to return to campus by the first of June.

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Women account for about three-fourths of all COVID-19 infections among health care workers and in nursing homes in Oklahoma, resulting in a higher proportion of women than men overall infected across the state.

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Now more than ever, it’s important to eat healthy, nutrient-rich meals that boost our immunity and our mood. It also helps if our meals are not only delicious, but also relatively easy to prepare without overwhelming. We’re talking less stress, folks, while nourishing and providing enticing …

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American Legion volunteers placed more than 2,000 flags on the graves of veterans in Claremore over Memorial Day weekend to honor those who sacrificed for our country.

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From the National Weather Service Tulsa: "Flash Flood Watch this afternoon into Tue AM for much of E OK & NW AR. Widespread 1-3 inches of rainfall with locally 4-5 inches possible thru Tuesday. This could lead to flash as well as main-stem river flooding."

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OKLAHOMA CITY — The life-saving N95 masks always were the hardest to find.

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STILLWATER, Okla. – In movies it is not unusual to see a cowboy ride his horse forever, through all types of weather and terrain. In reality, horses are equine athletes that must be properly conditioned to perform as needed.

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Editor's Note: This is the first in a four part series on domestic violence in Rogers County. Statistics show 85% of domestic violence victims are women. For the purpose of this article, when law enforcement uses female pronouns, it is to represent all victims.

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Memorial Day is around the corner. If you haven’t already escaped to the great outdoors to do some grilling, then now is the time to dust off the grill, breathe in the fresh air, and cook up a platter of these crispy, sticky ribs. When it comes to these baby back ribs, the secret is in the s…

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From the National Weather Service Tulsa: "Strong to severe storms remain possible this afternoon. Main severe threats include a few hail stones up to tennis ball size and damaging wind gusts up to 70mph. A tornado or two can't be ruled out, especially over far southeast Oklahoma and W-centra…

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With Oklahoma returning to a sense of normalcy after the COVID-19 situation, that means lakes and rivers will be ready for guests this Memorial Day weekend.

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On a mission to support those facing addiction, Light of Hope founder Layla Freeman said the non-profit’s recent opportunity for growth is a blessing from God.

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OKLAHOMA CITY – The nation’s first anti-red flag gun law is now on the books in Oklahoma to strengthen and protect citizens’ Second Amendment rights. Sen. Nathan Dahm, R-Broken Arrow, authored the measure, which was signed into law by the governor on Tuesday.

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The list of area soldiers currently deployed is growing and Claremore Blue Star Mother's is seeking the community's help in filling the gaps for soldier care packaged.

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STILLWATER, Okla. – Meat plant closings, market disruptions and the slow recovery in cattle prices this spring – largely attributable to the coronavirus pandemic – have hit beef producers hard, with those in the Oklahoma Panhandle being among the most significantly affected.

As the state re-opens, Dr. Sarah Peakheart, an assistant clinical professor at Oklahoma State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, has some advice for pet owners on easing into the routine of returning to work.

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Ken Osmond, who on TV's "Leave It to Beaver," played two-faced teenage scoundrel Eddie Haskell, a role so memorable it left him typecast and led to a second career as a police officer, died Monday.

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OKLAHOMA CITY –Legislation raising the minimum age to purchase tobacco products from 18 to 21 has been signed into law. Sen. Greg McCortney, R-Ada, is principal author of Senate Bill 1423, signed into law by Gov. Kevin Stitt on Tuesday.

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Rogers State University named Travis Peck as the Director of Alumni Engagement. Peck will work closely with the Alumni Association board of directors and the development team to create meaningful engagement opportunities for alumni.

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The Claremore Senior Center has partnered with Mercy Chefs with the Farmers to Families to provide read-packaged boxes of fresh fruits and vegetables to the community. "This is allowing the farmers to stay in business. The U. S. Department of Agriculture has purchased the surplus amount of f…

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Claremore Police Department's school resource officer Vicki Hershberger was caught taking some time out of her day to play basketball with some of the students she interacts with in schools. This video was captured by Amanda English.

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The Oklahoma House and Senate passed two bills to address the statewide teacher shortage and increase the number of special education teachers in the classroom.

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Raised by a single mother on a farm near Miami, Oklahoma, Kassie McCoy learned the values of compassion, hard work and finding the little joys in life, like a breath of fresh air.

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Gov. Kevin Stitt signed two bills Tuesday to protect state employees who are nursing. Sen. Kim David, R-Porter, authored the measures to ensure mothers are allowed daily break time and privacy to breastfeed or express milk.

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