Claremore City Council is expected to vote on a settlement agreement for City Manger Jim Thomas whose resignation was announced in the city council agenda posted today.
In addition to being the last primary before the 2020 Presidential Election, Tuesday marked the first election in decades to coincide with a pandemic.
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – The Cherokee Nation is adding surface testing to its list of safety protocols across its tribal government office locations. This new testing capability can detect the presence of COVID-19 in both the air and on surfaces to better protect employees and visitors inside.
The Rogers County Election Board has undertaken several precautions to slow the spread of disease at precincts on Election Day.
Voters will go to the polls Tuesday for the June 30 Collinsville, Inola, Oologah-Talala and Owasso School General and State and County Primary Elections, Rogers County Election Board Secretary Julie Dermody said today.
Multiple developments are being proposed in Rogers County, each accompanied by re-zoning requests that have folks paying attention.
This week Claremore Police and Fire Departments are undergoing training to use a boat purchased by the city for public safety.
Friday, June 5, is the last day to apply for voter registration in order to be eligible to vote in the June 30 Collinsville, Inola, Oologah-Talala and Owasso School General and State and County Primary Elections, Rogers County Election Board Secretary Julie Dermody said today.
City of Claremore utility customers suffering financial hardships from the coronavirus pandemic now have access to the COVID-19 Pandemic Payment Plan. Customers with past-due balances may apply for the program beginning today.
Cherokee Nation citizens are encouraged to come by Christ United Methodist Church in Claremore Friday take part in the Cherokee Nation’s emergency Elder Food Distribution program.
Thirty-two year active duty Army National Guard Colonel Jack Ritter visited Claremore Tuesday to recognize District Attorney Matt Ballard for creating a military and veteran friendly workplace.
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.
TULSA, Okla. — Cherokee Nation Businesses announced today its planned approach to providing a safe environment for guests and employees at its entertainment properties: “Responsible Hospitality.” This carefully developed set of strategies demonstrates Cherokee Nation Businesses’ unwavering c…
Campaigning during COVID-19 is complicated, but Danyell Lanier is determined to show people who she really is as she runs for U.S. Congress representing Oklahoma's second congressional district.
If all goes according to their plan, Oklahoma is on the brink of implementing phase two of a multi-phase re-opening plan.
The recent pandemic outbreak of COVID-19 has undoubtedly caused mass economic impacts. This is especially true for small businesses, as well as those involved in the healthcare and energy industries.
After weeks of planning and deliberating, Rogers County Commissioners have issued a set of requirements and procedures for entrance to the courthouse.
Owasso voters who previously cast their ballots at Community of Christ Church in Owasso will instead vote at Indoor Soccer and Sports Owasso in the next election.
Cherokee Nation Tribal Councilors Keith Austin and Janees Taylor stood out in the rain Tuesday morning to recognize the hard work of each law enforcement agency in their districts.
The distribution of roughly $1.2 billion in federal funds provided to Oklahoma through the CARES Act was put in the hands of 12 state representatives and 11 state senators.
OKLAHOMA CITY – State Rep. Ryan Martinez, R-Edmond, today joined Gov. Kevin Stitt and other Oklahomans in their invitation to move Tesla headquarters to Oklahoma after an announcement by CEO Elon Musk over the weekend that he’s moving the company out of California because of overly strict Co…
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. —The Cherokee Nation will reopen its government offices in a phased plan that incorporates social distancing and has employees returning on staggered shifts starting June 1.
The executive order that closed the Rogers County Courthouse to the public expires today, but the Board of County Commissioners said they're not ready to re-open.
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Jessie Jay Phelps born February 15, 1929. He is survived by 3 children, daughter Karen Dennis and husband Ron, daughter Sherye Griffin, and son Jay Phelps and wife Pam. Jessie is survived by 2 brothers and 1 sister, 7 grandchildren, 19 great grandchildren, 3 great great grandchildren and man…
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