The First Street water line replacement is right on schedule.
Admit it, you’re kid has been begging for their very own dog for months now, and you are so close to giving in. Clint is the perfect pup for your family. This 10-month-old mix is playful, friendly and great with kids. He’d fit right in with your rambunctious little ones. Clint’s adoption fee…
From The Civil War to Robert Kennedy, some of America’s greatest historical moments are kept behind lock and key at Rogers State University’s Stratton Taylor Library.
OKLAHOMA CITY — A Cleveland County judge is expected to announce the verdict Monday in the state’s high-profile opioid lawsuit against manufacturer Johnson & Johnson.
Opportunities are open to volunteers interested in sharing information about the wit and wisdom of Will Rogers and the history of the Will Rogers Memorial Museum in Claremore and Birthplace Ranch near Oologah.
Monday night Cub Scout Pack 141 held their annual Raingutter Regatta. Cub Scouts raced the boats they built and families were treated to a picnic at the American Legion Post 141 Pavilion.
Voters in Rogers County who want to have absentee ballots mailed to them for the September 10 Special Oologa-Talala School Election should apply now, County Election Board Secretary Julie Dermody said today. Although the County Election Board can accept applications for absentee ballots unti…
The reigning champion of the Oklahoma Giant Pumpkin Growers’ Weigh-Off, Dan Snyder, is bringing the competition home this year to the Rogers County Fair.
August is National Immunization Awareness Month, and the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) wants to remind the public that immunizations are important for people of all ages.
TTCU Federal Credit Union presented a $750 donation to Verdigris Public School District as part of its School Pride program. Over the past twelve years, the School Pride program has distributed over $1 million to area schools.
A widely-circulated Facebook post and a comment threatening the murder of police families has been deleted from popular community pages in Claremore after a felony arrest was made.
Very dangerous heat is expected today, as high dewpoints combine with building heat beneath a building ridge of high pressure aloft. It will be important to take proper heat precautions for any prolonged period outdoors this afternoon.
OKLAHOMA CITY — After losing two sons to drug overdoses, an Edmond mother said she’s pressing forward with an effort to get Oklahoma Medicaid patients better access to one of the nation’s top opioid treatment medications.
In January, National Geographic reported that in order to ensure pollination, flowers make their nectar sweeter when they hear bees buzzing. “… within minutes, the plants temporarily increased the concentration of sugar in their flowers’ nectar. In effect, the flowers themselves served as ears, picking up the specific frequencies of bees’ wings while tuning out irrelevant sounds like wind.” (https://on.natgeo.com/2Mi6LLl)
Each month, Child Advocates of Northeast Oklahoma (CANO) celebrates the advocacy of one of our CASA volunteers. This month, we are highlighting the service of Susan Cleveland. Susan has served as a volunteer advocate in Rogers County for two years.
Across the state, more than 5,000 people registered for disaster relief for storm and flood damage that happened between May and early June.
Safenet Services is hosting a free suicide prevention training at First United Methodist Church in Claremore on Thursday, Aug. 29 from noon - 1p.m.
OKLAHOMA CITY — The Department of Corrections is struggling to fill hundreds of correctional officer openings despite a recent boost to the starting salary.
State legislators convened for the first meeting of a bipartisan working group aimed at finding solutions to increase access to health care and providing insurance coverage for more citizens.
TTCU Federal Credit Union presented a $3,000 donation to Claremore Public School District as part of its School Pride program. Over the past twelve years, the School Pride program has distributed over $1 million to area schools.
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr., Deputy Principal Chief Bryan Warner and eight councilors of the Council of the Cherokee Nation pledged Wednesday to preserve, protect and defend the Cherokee Nation Constitution as part of their official oaths of office. Th…
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Term Limits (USTL), the leader in the national, non-partisan movement to limit terms for elected officials, is gathering support from state lawmakers across the nation. Its mission is to get 34 states to apply for an amendment proposal convention specific to term limi…
OKLAHOMA CITY — A growing number of emergency certified teachers are dropping out of school and failing to complete a state program that allows them to become trained and licensed educators.
Friday, August 16, is the last day to apply for voter registration in order to be eligible to vote in the September 10 Special Oologah-Talala School, Rogers County Election Board Secretary Julie Dermody said today.
Drivers should be alert to narrowed lanes on Highway 88 with pilot cars directing one-way traffic at times from the Highway 66 junction in Claremore and extending three miles south for a resurfacing project.
Emmy-nominated screenwriter Bekah Brunstetter recently visited Claremore, researching for a television show that could premier on the small screen as early as 2021 – a modern-day remake of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Oklahoma!”
A new drug prevention and education program will be taught at Rogers County schools this year, provided by local nonprofit Light of Hope and the Drug Enforcement Administration.
Stuff the Bus, a cooperative program between the Rogers County Salvation Army and Wal-Mart, had a successful first year, providing a total of nine 55-gallon drums of school supplies to area schools.
The is no difference in creating heads for stick horses and making glamorous pageant wear for little girls. The passion of the creator — Misti Houk of Cushing — is the same.
We love a simple cheese quesadilla, but add a filling of succulent shrimp spiked with tequila and lime zest, and you turn Mexico’s griddled cheese sandwich into a party.
U.S. Air Force National Guard Airman 1st Class Alexander R. Weare graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
A ceremonial bill signing held at the state Capitol included Senate Bill 441, by Sen. Marty Quinn, which is aimed at moving more Oklahoma schools back to five-day school weeks. The legislation was identified as Senate President Pro Tempore Greg Treat as a top agenda item during the 2019 session.
Meet Rocco, the friendliest, most social, 4-month-old Doberman mix in the world, probably. Rocco doesn’t know a stranger, and despite his young age is partially potty trained. Rocco is a playful pup who needs a playful owner. Rocco’s adoption fee is $80. To adopt this adorable guy, contact t…
Murder, federal overreach and a Supreme Court case that will influence the fate of nations – all are topics of interest in a new and one-of-kind podcast by Oklahoma native and Cherokee Nation citizen Rebecca Nagle.
Many area students return to the classroom this week or in the coming week. As that happens, families across Oklahoma are also moving back into their “school” routines and bidding goodbye to summer days. However, before we all get too settled into our new schedules, it’s a great time to revi…
- Stolen mail, meth seized in child neglect arrest
- Safe to drink? City officials say yes
- Ceremonial signing held for five-day school week bill
- POLICE: Man posts death threats after police altercation with dogs
- Claremore resurfaces football field
- Will Rogers Memorial names activities, education manager
- SOFTBALL: Lady Zebras spank Coweta in home opener
- 40 Under Forty honorees announced
- DEA, U.S Marshals aid in arson, drug arrest
- LA screenwriter visits Claremore, researching for new Oklahoma!-based TV series