Claremore resident Don Summers was in the VA Hospital in Muskogee when he received a package of 22 letters from second-graders in Yukon.
As of the Tuesday, Dec. 19, Oklahoma State Department of Health advisory, there have been 358,374 reported cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma. Of these, 319,201 have recovered and 36,136 are active. A total of 3,037 deaths have been recorded in the state.
Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club Introduce the officers for 2021, President, Jennifer Brunn, Vice-President Celeste Tillery, Secretary Jennifer Weber and Treasurer Alice Meledeo.
Stabled between Spectrum Paint and A Place in Time, the A.F.&A.M. 53-branded, Ancient Free & Accepted Masons, Claremore Lodge No. 53 building is one of the oldest buildings situated on Claremore, Oklahoma’s Main Street.
As Rogers State University prepares for its annual Giving Week, Jan. 24-30, it does so with a feeling of optimism and excitement for the future.
OKLAHOMA CITY — State health officials are hopeful that the federal government will start allocating Oklahoma additional COVID-19 vaccine doses in the coming weeks as demand continues to exceed supply.
TULSA - The City of Tulsa-Rogers County Port Authority has elected a new Board Chair, Dewey F. Bartlett, Jr, and its first female Vice Chair, Brooke Hamilton.
TULSA — Green Country Tourism is pleased to announce a set of brand new brochures for 2021. Request your free guides today, and start planning your 2021 adventures in northeast Oklahoma. Request free guides at https://bit.ly/GreenCountryGuides
OKLAHOMA CITY — Lawmakers, staff and Second Amendment supporters are being urged to stay away from the state Capitol this weekend as officials brace for possible armed and violent protests.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump was impeached by the U.S. House for a historic second time Wednesday, charged with "incitement of insurrection" over the deadly mob siege of the Capitol in a swift and stunning collapse of his final days in office.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Districts can skip the mandatory two-week quarantine for teachers and students as long as they’re following COVID-19 safety protocols such as mask-wearing and social distancing, health officials said Tuesday.
After a political organization dedicated to helping Republicans get elected to the state attorney general's office came under fire for sending out robocalls urging people to march to the U.S. Capitol last week, Cherokee Nation Businesses demanded and received a refund for its donation to the…
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. —The Cherokee Nation announced today the tribe’s first hunting and fishing reserve areas dedicated to Cherokee citizens for controlled hunts to open later this year.
Stan Brown has been Claremore Chief of Police since Jan. 18, 2011. Brown discusses the police department, including how residents can prevent crime and what programs the department offers.
Friday, January 15, is the last day to apply for voter registration in order to be eligible to vote in the February 9 School Elections, Rogers County Election Board Secretary Julie Dermody said today.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma’s congressional delegation remained mum on what, if anything, they’re doing to try to increase the pace of COVID-19 vaccine dispersal in the state.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Poised to impeach, the House sped ahead Monday with plans to oust President Donald Trump from office, warning he is a threat to democracy and pushing the vice president and Cabinet to act even more quickly in an extraordinary effort to remove Trump in the final days of his …
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma revenue collections for the calendar year 2020 declined by 3.8% as the coronavirus pandemic swept the state, state Treasurer Randy McDaniel said Friday.
We are a week into our new year, and despite current events on a national level and continued COVID-related challenges, Claremore has an exciting 2021 ahead of us.
The Vaccine Scheduler Portal is operational as of Thursday morning to allow eligible Oklahomans to schedule their COVID-19 vaccination. Over the course of today and tomorrow, OSDH will provide a mid-day and end of day update as the portal is launched and established. We do not anticipate thi…
WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL MUSEUM -- Christmas came early for the Will Rogers Memorial Foundation as it learned it will receive $20,000 in grant fund out of the $3 million Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding to the arts and cultural sector by Gov. Kevin Stitt. Adminis…
A violent mob of President Donald Trump's supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday during congressional debate over the 2020 election results.
Oklahomans will be able to start scheduling their vaccination appointments Thursday using a new online portal, state health officials said.
It was a year of growth and transition for Claremore Main Street. On request of Claremore City Council, Main Street Executive Director Jacob Garrison provided a look back at the successes of the program in the last year.
COVID-19 vaccinations are available at the Rogers County Health Department by appointment for all healthcare workers, first-responders, and people 65 years and older.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Close to 1,000 Trump supporters gathered peacefully Wednesday outside the state Capitol to protest results of the presidential election. Unlike Washington, D.C., lawmakers were not in session at the state Capitol.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Protesters supporting President Donald Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol Wednesday, clashing with police and forcing a delay in the constitutional process to affirm President-elect Joe Biden's win.
OKLAHOMA CITY — A deeply divided Legislature gathered Tuesday for the first official day of session as debate continued to rage over what precautions should be taken in the Capitol to slow the spread of COVID-19.
OKLAHOMA CITY – State Senator Marty Quinn, R-Claremore, will serve as an assistant majority whip for the 58th Legislature, an announcement made by Senate President Pro Tempore Greg Treat, R-Oklahoma City, during organizational day at the Capitol on Tuesday.
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – Cherokee Nation Human Services Executive Director Marsha Lamb is retiring after 31 years of service to the tribe.
ROSE, Okla.— Cherokee Nation citizen Clesta Martin Manley has explored many painting techniques, media and subjects throughout her career and has always found a way to connect her passion for art and her Cherokee heritage.
- Oklahomans needing driver's license could have two-month wait
- ALDI expects to open this summer
- Vaccine available by appointment
- Family adds first baby of '21
- Upcoming wedding event in Claremore
- CNB demands, gets refund of RAGA donation
- CPS responds to Stitts changes
- Cherokee Nation establishes first hunting, fishing reserves
- James Lankford apologizes to Tulsa Black community for questioning election results
- Easley awarded NextGen under 30