It is a goal of Claremore Public Schools to become a Great Expectations Model District.
The purpose of this survey is to get a sense of public sentiment on racial justice and policing. This survey is conducted by CNHI, LLC, owners of community newspapers in 22 states. The results will be presented in late May.
TAHLEQUAH — Cherokee Nation Foundation is offering a free virtual ACT Boot Camp on Saturday, May 22, for Native American students preparing for the national exam. The course is designed for students in grades 10-12, with preference given to Cherokee Nation citizens.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Citizen advocates Wednesday said they’re alarmed that a legislative plan that proposes securitizing nearly $4.5 billion in debt from February’s winter storm comes without a thorough, transparent investigation into why the state’s energy supply system failed.
Signs are being placed on buildings across the Claremore Public Schools district as part of phase one of the 2019 bond project. Pictured to the right, crews with Amax Sign Company put the new sign on the front of the Will Rogers Junior High building.
Claremore Main Street Executive Assistant Shiloh Johnson discusses the upcoming event Tastes of Claremore and what attendees can look forward too.
Athletes who gave their all on the mat, dance floor and in the pool were recognized for their hard work during Monday's Claremore school board meeting.
A Claremore man who possessed thousands of images and videos of child pornography pleaded guilty today in U.S. District Court, announced Acting U.S. Attorney Clint Johnson.
All lanes of east and westbound SH-20 will be briefly closed, up to 15 minutes at a time, at Keetonville Hill in Rogers County at various times between noon and 2 p.m. Tuesday as part of an ongoing improvement project. Be alert to flagging operations in the corridor.
At the close of 2020, nearly 10 million Americans were unemployed due to the COVID-19 crisis. Today, key sectors essential to the Oklahoma economy are beginning to rehire those positions responsible for producing goods and resources needed to overcome the challenges brought on by COVID-19.
A group of Rogers State University Students delivered over 1,200 new and gently used books to the Will Rogers Junior High School after collecting the books from donors in the community.
OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) announced today that due to increasing supply and continued progress in vaccination efforts, it will remove the residency requirement for receiving the COVID-19 vaccine in Oklahoma, allowing residents from neighboring states and …
TAHLEQUAH — The Cherokee Nation presented more than $6.3 million to 107 school districts during the tribe’s annual Public School Appreciation Day held in a virtual format Wednesday. This year’s disbursement is the largest since the tribe began its annual contributions in 2002.
OKLAHOMA CITY — State lawmakers want Oklahoma students to pass the United State’s naturalization test before they’re allowed to graduate high school.
TAHLEQUAH — The Cherokee Nation and Oklahoma Air National Guard broke ground Monday at the future site of 21 new homes for eligible Cherokee veterans and their families.
The Pryor Public School Board approved a new partnership between Pryor High School and Rogers State University during Monday’s board meeting. The partnership will result in the opening of the Pryor High School Innovation Center at RSU this fall.
Indian Health Service (IHS), the City of Claremore, Rogers County Emergency Management, Claremore Police, Claremore Fire, and OSDH District 4 County Health Departments are partnering together to host a large-scale vaccination clinic on Wednesday, April 14th, 2021 at Claremore Expo Center Hal…
OKLAHOMA CITY — Despite bipartisan support, a measure that would have reinstated a controversial child seat belt law stalled in a House committee.
Heart of the Shepherd’s internship program has been in place since 2009. Over 70 interns have participated in our program. The internship program at the farm equips students with basic farming skills and arms them with Biblical references to farming and shepherding.
STILLWATER – Even working under a tight calendar, farmers and ranchers are used to making quick financial decisions when conditions are right. Plant between thunderstorms? Take advantage of an equipment sale?
Rogers County Home and Community Education Group (OHCE) has zoomed into 2021 with a full schedule of meetings, workshops, projects and activities planned for the new year. Members are slowly coming back after a year of cancellation with determination to continue their worthwhile causes. Not …
There’s nothing like Spring to bring a renewed sense of beauty and inspiration to our lives! Perhaps that’s why the Academy of American Poets chose April for National Poetry Month?
Registered voters who want to cast the absentee ballot but have missed the April 16, 2021 deadline may still cast an Early Absentee Ballot at the Cherokee Nation Election Commission office on May 29, June 1, 2, and 3 2021. An In-person Absentee Voting Board will be on duty each day from 7 a.…
TAHLEQUAH – The Cherokee Nation is celebrating the life of Sequoyah and his influence as a cultural icon in a new exhibit at the Cherokee National History Museum.
STILLWATER – Meat goat market disruptions due to COVID-19 last year appear to have made less of an impact than expected, said JJ Jones, Oklahoma State University Extension area agricultural economist.
TAHLEQUAH – In preparation for the 69th annual Cherokee National Holiday, the tribe is seeking nominations for its esteemed National Treasure distinction. The deadline for nominations is Friday, June 11, at 5 p.m.
Veterans not currently eligible for VA health care, spouses, caregivers and CHAMPVA beneficiaries can now receive a COVID-19 vaccine through the Eastern Oklahoma VA Health Care System.
OKLAHOMA CITY — This year is getting sweeter thanks to Braum’s! The ice cream and dairy company is rolling out four new fancy sundaes and six new ice cream flavors for the spring and summer months.
Due to flooded conditions on Grand Lake of the Cherokees, AFT Division 65 was forced to change its first tournament destination to nearby Lake Eucha.
MUSKOGEE –– Two Claremore residents earned medals and prizes during the 2021 Oklahoma Regional Braille Challenge® hosted by Oklahoma School for the Blind.
- SH-20 briefly closes Tuesday at Keetonville Hill
- Dots celebrates 50 years
- City, ONG reach agreement in dispute
- Claremore man pleads guilty to illegally possessing firearms and child pornography
- Claremore Main Street hosts Taste of Claremore
- Trash-Off event begins next week
- 5 new members to be inducted into 'Legends of Legion Field'
- CIEDA hosts hiring event
- Lawmakers propose issuing bonds to help offset cost of winter utility bills
- Oklahoma extends state income tax deadline