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• Early Voting will be available at the County Election Board office and our Second Site at Central Baptist Church from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Thursday October 29th and Friday October 30th and also Saturday October 31 from 9-2.

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Early in-person voting is this week for the Nov. 3 elections, and a county official thinks voters at the Rogers County Election Board might like what they see.

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TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — Cherokee Nation officials recently joined community leaders of Native American Fellowship Inc. in South Coffeyville and Tri-Community Association in Briggs to celebrate the installation of rooftop solar panels to their community buildings to help lower utility costs as wel…

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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 3 General Election, County Election Board Secretary Julie Dermody said today.

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TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — Cherokee Nation Health Services has been selected as a host site for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Public Health Association Program to assist with the COVID-19 response. The Public Health Associate Program is a competitive, two-year, paid training program…

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Officials at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College (NEO) announced that Judge Kassie McCoy has been selected as the recipient for this year’s Outstanding Young Alumna. Traditionally recognized in coordination with NEO Football Homecoming, NEO is planning to recognize this year’s honorees dur…

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The city of Claremore has received more than $1.4 million in federal money from the CARES Act. Now, it's in the process of deciding how to spend it.

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Following an executive session Monday, the Board of County Commissioners voted to settle a 2017 civil matter involving former commissioner Mike Helm.

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With their annual fundraisers cancelled because of COVID-19, local 4-H organizers were unsure where their operating money would come from.

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Rogers County commissioners have committed to spending more than $4 million in federal funds for expenses related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Remodeling is underway at the Rogers County Election board.

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Claremore started a celebration of love and community—and they're not letting COVID get in the way.

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OKMULGEE, Okla. - “Are you willing to wear a mask for your neighbor?” Dr. David Kendrick, CEO of MyHealth Access Network and OU-Tulsa’s chair of medical informatics, puts it that simply.

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TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — The Cherokee Nation is working to improve access to quality, affordable broadband for its citizens throughout the reservation boundaries with a new grant and with leadership advocating for Indian Country on a number of federal broadband advisory boards.

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Litigation aiming to disgorge the state and political subdivisions of their ill-gotten gains has been filed, naming Rogers County entities and courts in the process.

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In a move hailed as an economic success by the Claremore Industrial & Economic Development Authority (CIEDA), the City of Claremore Council voted to authorize the closing of a financing plan set in motion in 2014, to be paid off nine years ahead of schedule. The tax increment financing d…

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Rogers County judicial offices and courts were closed this past week after multiple courthouse staffers tested positive for COVID-19.

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Between pandemic precautions and conversations about mail-in voting, post offices are making headlines.

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Many local governmental bodies have moved their meetings to a virtual platform since the onset of COVID-19.

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City leaders had a lot to discuss in terms of COVID-19 and local response.

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TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — In just the past 30 days, the number of positive COVID-19 cases in the Cherokee Nation rose from 219 to 684. Much of the increase is attributed to gatherings where social-distancing measures and proper mask usage have not been observed, according to contact tracing efforts…

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