In honor of February as Black History Month, Rogers State University is hosting a film series.
Have you been looking for a hero to bring joy to your family? Look no further. Meet Marvel. He may not be a captain, or an entire cinematic universe, but he sure is handsome fella, desperate for attention, and a family to call his own. This two-year old Heeler-Terrier Mix gets along great wi…
(STILLWATER, Oklahoma, Feb. 17, 2020) — Over-the-counter hemp CBD products are marketed as all-natural treatments for a plethora of ailments in both humans and pets. Many pet owners look to hemp CBD as an alternative treatment for medical disorders such as anxiety, pain and seizures.
The “Heartache Medication” tour brought Jon Pardi to Tulsa. The country star played a sold out show inside The Joint at the Tulsa Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.
OKLAHOMA CITY — State Sen. Marty Quinn has worked in the insurance business for 36 years, but recently some of his business reviews are taking a turn for the worse.
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – The Cherokee Nation honored two veterans with the Medal of Patriotism at the February Tribal Council meeting on Feb. 10.
Will Rogers loved polo. Will’s love and respect for good horses may have attracted him to the game of polo and where the mark of a performer’s success is determined by his athletic partners, his ponies. Because of Will’s passion for the game, the Will Rogers Memorial Foundation is hosting th…
Will Rogers continues to be a part of the core of America’s history. Born in 1879 on his father’s Cherokee allotment, he became a friend of presidents and royalty, but most of all the common man. Although he died more than 80 years ago, his life’s lesson continue to be relevant in today’s world.
Meet Major. This handsome fella is desperate for attention, making him the perfect cuddle partner to help you through the last cold weeks of winter. This long-haired, black and white cutie gets along great with other cats and small humans. Adopt Major from the Claremore Animal Shelter today …
The Rogers State University Theatre program is planning two productions this semester that explore the theme of “Women in Science.” First up a reading titled “Manya and Bronia”. It portrays the relationship between scientist Madame Curie and her sister, Bronia. The production will run from T…
Will Rogers Library features Tulsa Historical Society’s ‘Spirit of Greenwood: A History of Prosperity & Perseverance’ display
Gardening enthusiasts who have been missing that feeling of a little dirt under their nails can begin to rest easy now that spring is just a few weeks away. While you won’t be outside in your planting beds for a little longer, you can get your gardening fix by starting some spring garden pla…
TULSA, Okla. – Having hand-built his lauded career through songwriting, relentless touring and more than a dozen self-released albums, Aaron Watson is making a road stop at Hard Rock Live for a live show on June 12.
Can migration evolve on an as-needed basis? It has been adjusting for quite some time, as conditions tend to influence many things, even with humanity.
TULSA, Okla. – Martina McBride, one of the most recognizable names in country music, is coming to the Hard Rock Live stage to perform her iconic hits on June 25.
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – The Cherokee Nation is the first tribe in the United States to receive an invitation to deposit its traditional heirloom seeds to the Svalbard Global Seed Vault, a long-term seed storage facility housed deep inside a mountain on a remote island in Norway.
To mark the 100th day of school on Friday, Legacy Christian School lower elementary students participated in a dress up day and special activities.
Winter is the perfect time to cozy up with a mystery novel to while away the desolate winter days. Nothing is as forlorn as an English mystery set in a creepy old house, except one set in a creepy old school, in this case Elly Griffiths’ “The Stranger Diaries” (Houghton, Mifflin, Harcourt, 2…
It’s a story most have never heard before and it will be brought to life this month thanks to the Rogers State University Theatre Program.
My favorite kitchen tool is my stone mortar and pestle. It sits proudly on my kitchen counter, holding its own in a caveman-esque sort of way, flaunting its primal elegance in between the stove and the espresso machine. It’s smugly confident in its weight and kitchen hierarchy (deemed decora…
There are countless things that make Claremore the town it is today. Every year the history, the community, the vibranc of Claremore is showcased at the state capitol during the longstanding tradition of Claremore Day at the Capitol.
February is for lovers…library lovers, that is! This month Will Rogers Library patrons are loving the 2020 Adult Winter Reading Program. If you haven’t yet signed up to play the Book Bingo themed program, the game runs through the end of February. There’s still plenty of time to read and win…
The 1 Million Cups of Claremore is gearing up to celebrate their three year anniversary in just a few short days.
Aiden Pate of Cub Scout Pack 141 completed requirements for his Bear rank advancement. He made a periscope and conducted three experiments with different states of density. Cub Scouts are required to complete five requirements and three electives as part of their advancement.
Nothing says nostalgia like a story about a boy and his dog. Relive those memories or make new ones for a child in your life by adopting from the Claremore animal shelter.
The life of former Rogers County Sheriff Amos G. Ward played out like a movie. It was a World War II epic, a classic western, and a crime drama about chasing down rumrunners, all in one.
When winter weather hits, your best bet is to stay warm and cozy in your home. However, there are times when you will have to be in your vehicle out on the road.
Do you know what’s more sad than a new-born puppy alone at the Claremore Animal Shelter? Eight of them. Meet Twister, one of eight identical black and white Lab/Hound Mix, 8-week-old puppies awaiting a loving home. Twister loves to cuddle and play. And if he finds a new home before you get t…
Two decades research and writing by Randy Krehbiel, Tulsa World writer has come together in “Tulsa 1921: Reporting A Massacre,” published by the University of Oklahoma Press.
Girl Scout Troop 2223 wants to remind everyone they’re kicking off the 2020 Girl Scout cookie season on February 1 with booth sales starting Feb. 14. Use the cookie locator app to find the booth sales. They’re excited to share that the new Lemon-ups have inspiring messages baked into the coo…
Bill Harper, newly appointed ambassador to Sylvania, somewhere in Europe, finds himself in trouble when he arrives at his post. “Ambassador Bill,” starring Will Rogers, was released in 1931 and will be showing Friday, Jan. 31, for Movie Night at the Museum.
Legacy Christian School third graders spent the last week studying Martin Luther King, Jr. in their history book. To wrap up the week, they created this mural of King. Kimberlee Francis, their teacher, said each student colored two or three squares and cut them out, then they worked together…
One of the most interesting designations of birds is the helpers or auxiliaries of cooperative breeders. Before writer was even aware of this designation, as a budding naturalist, observations of various species included baiting techniques and helping in Green Herons were foremost in the exp…
(STILLWATER, Oklahoma, Jan. 17, 2020) — Many of today’s pet dogs are neutered, but some owners keep their boys intact. Those intact dogs often experience problems with their prostate.
It is nearing time to saddle-up once again for a ride through the Old West thanks to the cooperation of the J.M. Davis Arms & Historical Museum and Claremore’s B&B Theatre.
- Cause of fatality wreck under investigation
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- Route 66 Comic Con coming to Claremore
- Claremore native recognized with 2020 Oklahoma Women in STEM Award
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- Shires crowned 17th Mr. Claremore
- BRIEF: Claremore Christian boys basketball wins state title; Lady Warriors lose at buzzer
- Lawmakers talk threats, cursing and social media backlash
- OPINION: Rural counties left in the dust with medical marijuana laws
- Know Your Neighbor: Todd Wagner