The numbers are in. The city of Claremore’s sales tax receipts from the 2018 Christmas season came in at the beginning of February, revealing a slow trend of increasing local spending over the last five years.
The BM Chapter of P.E.O. in conjunction with Rogers State University’s Carl G. and Gladys L. Herrington Distinguished Lecture Series will feature Oklahoma’s Most Admired CEO of 2013, Dr. Terry Neese. Her presentation will be held Thursday, April 4at 10:30 a.m. in the Dr. Carolyn Taylor Cente…
Voters in Rogers County who want to have absentee ballots mailed to them for the February 12 Special County Question and City of Owasso Election and Catoosa and Sequoyah School Primaries should apply now, County Election Board Secretary Julie Dermody said today. Although the County Election …
Friday, Jan. 16, is the last day to apply for voter registration in order to be eligible to vote in the February 12 Special County Question and City of Owasso Elections and Catoosa and Sequoyah School Primaries, Rogers County Election Board Secretary Julie Dermody said today.
Surrounded by his family today District Attorney Matt Ballard was sworn in to serve another four years as top prosecutor in Craig, Mayes and Rogers Counties.
Judge Sheila Condren (left) provided the official oath of office to swear in Rogers County Assessor Scott Marsh, Commissioner Dan Delozier and Commissioner Ron Burrows during this week’s Rogers County Commissioners meeting.
It took numerous public hearings, a petition and ultimately a change in legislation, but Cornerstone Estates has officially withdrawn from Northwest Fire Protection District.
District 1 County Commissioner Dan Delozier is running for his fourth term of office this November, and he’s running on experience.
A comprehensive labor study of Rogers County found good and bad news for the community, presented before a wide selection of community leaders and government officials Wednesday morning.
Republican candidate Dennis P. Grace is running against three-term incumbent Dan Delozier for the Rogers County Commissioner District 1 seat this November.
Voters in Rogers County who want to have absentee ballots mailed to them for the August 28 Regular Runoff Primary Elections should apply now, County Election Board Secretary Julie Dermody said today. Although the County Election Board can accept applications for absentee ballots until 5 p.m.…
The loss of two-thirds of the county budget when the one cent sales tax expires in September will mean significant cuts county-wide, as previously reported.
The free to the public roll off dumpsters available at the Rogers County District 2 barn located at 6190 E. 400 Rd., Oologah, will no longer be available as of Sept. 1.
When it came time to appoint Cathi Edwards to serve as the Rogers County Court Clerk, a motion made, received a second and was approved within a matter of seconds.
Three county propositions on Tuesday’s ballot all focused on the allocation of a proposed one cent sales tax. If the tax had passed, it would replace the current one cent tax that is set to expire later this year.
Commissioner incumbent Ron Burrows won re-election with nearly 72 percent of the vote Tuesday. This will be Burrows’ second term in office.
The June 26 primary will decide the Roger’s County Commissioner for District 3 for the next four years. Commissioners serves both the executive and the legislative duties required at a county level, meaning they enact local ordinances and administer them. They approve budgets, oversee spend…
In the name of transparency for their constituents, the Rogers County Commissioners are pursuing a software program that would allow their financial records to be accessed by the general public.
In the days leading up to the registration deadline, there's been a stream of new voters in the Rogers County Election Board Office.
In Rogers County, and all across the state, candidates were given the opportunity to put their name in the hat for numerous elected positions starting yesterday.
Whether or not to join in litigation involving opioid manufacturers will continue to be a subject of conversation with the county commissioners for another week.
At the end of the month, Dwayne Steidley will have completed 31-years of public service as a legislator and district judge. His current term as district judge for the 12th judicial district will end in January of 2019.
- Couple arrested after infant tests positive for amphetamines
- Meet the Doc: local woman brings her practice home
- Oologah native serves as a member of U.S. Navy’s ‘Silent Service’ in Pearl Harbor
- Studio Ninety Nine brings barre, yoga downtown
- Changes coming to Claremore Main Street
- Claremore Seeing Red
- Claremore-Sequoyah High School senior serves as state senate page
- SUSPECT IN CUSTODY: Man accused of trying to run down deputies during pursuit has been found
- Live thoroughbred racing returns to Will Rogers Downs
- REVIEW: Eat pie and laugh out loud at ‘Noises Off!’ this weekend