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The spirit of giving is alive and well in Claremore.

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In late November, several members of the Grand River Dam Authority team gathered to make preparations and plan for something we never want to see happen: a natural disaster.

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Safenet Services received $5,000 from the BNSF Railway Foundation to fund their new prevention initiative “Staying on Track: Youth Violence Prevention Program” for the next year. “This was a new grant we hadn’t received before and we are thrilled to have the support of the BNSF Railway Found…

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Chelsea-area trash service, John’s Refuse Service LLC, lost all but one of their trash trucks in a fire over Thanksgiving weekend.

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With so many cats available for adoption at the Claremore Animal Shelter, it’ll be hard to decide which one to bring home as a new family member. Smokey, for example, is the perfect pet for a family that could use more lazy days and quiet cuddles. The 6-year-old neutered male is shy and swee…

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According to the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3), thousands become victims of holiday scams each year. Scammers can rob you of hard-earned money, personal information, and, at the very least, a festive mood.

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Nearly 30 mile-per-hour winds damaged the West Bend Winterland Christmas Tree at the Claremore Expo Center Tuesday night, city crews reported.

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Congratulations to our October Students of the Month at CHS. These students have been selected by the staff at CHS to represent our motto, Excellence For All - Excellence From All. 

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The Limestone Fire Department responded last night to a large grass fire on Keetonville Hill, between 193rd and 202nd Streets and 121st and 126th Streets.

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“Ok, Boomer,” will cease to be an insult in your home after you adopt this adorable beagle from the Claremore Animal Shelter. Boomer is a 7-year-old male, who doesn’t bellow as loudly for as often as other beagles you may know. If you’re a fan of cuddles on snowy winter nights, consider invi…

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He is known as the Cherokee Kid, but discussion about Will Rogers’ Cherokee heritage usually ends there as people move on to discuss his worldwide fame, prolific film career and influential political humor.

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Six months after unprecedented flooding devastated northeast Oklahoma, some Claremore residents are still unable to return to their homes.

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Oklahoma City– The State Election Board has launched a brand new tool that will provide the state’s online voter services in one convenient location. The OK Voter Portal debuted this month on the State Election Board website at elections.ok.gov. State Election Board Secretary Paul Ziriax say…

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If you’re a fan of cuddles on snowy winter nights, you’ll love Snowball. Snowball is a 1-year-old neutered male who was found at-large, without a home. He loves attention, and gets along well with other animals. Snowball is one of 14 adoptable cats at the shelter looking for a good home. His…

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With Tractor Supply up and running, the town of Verdigris is set to expand beyond bedroom community and industrial park to include a small commercial district.

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During the 2019 MDA Fill the Boot campaign, the dedicated members of the Claremore Fire Local #1077 took to the streets for three consecutive Saturday’s and continued a 65-year tradition of giving strength to the MDA community by raising over $8,200.00.

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TULSA, Okla. — Cherokee Nation injected nearly $2.2 billion into the Oklahoma economy last year. New research shows the tribe and its businesses continue to expand their economic footprint through employment, labor income, production of goods and services, and more.

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Over 800 people have signed an online petition as of Monday, opposing proposed changes to how Claremore High School students select their homecoming court. 

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Opponents of legislation allowing Oklahomans to carry firearms without licensing or training said a series of incidents already has occurred in the first two weeks since the law took effect. Supporters say they’re worried critics will unfairly try to link all gun-related incidents to the new law.

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Thousands of people gathered in Claremore Saturday to see the world’s largest operating steam engine make it’s great race across the southwest in honor of Transcontinental Railroad’s 150th anniversary.

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With a large industrial park, two train tracks carrying over 40 trains per day and four intersecting highways populated by semi-trucks carrying hazardous materials, the city of Claremore is one bad accident away from a serious public safety hazard.

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The Verdigris Tractor Supply opened Friday, with hundreds of customers pouring in to buy feed, farm supplies and country Christmas gifts.

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Skipping the traditional doctor’s office visit, a growing number of medical marijuana patients are turning to providers who promise quicker, more convenient appointments from the comfort of home.

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Claremore Police Department's Deputy Chief Steve Cox has been chosen to participate in a highly-selective, high-level FBI National Academy training program.

OKLAHOMA CITY — Criminal justice reform advocates Tuesday said it’s time for prosecutors to stop using sentencing enhancements to add prison time for non-violent offenders.

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