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The 75-year relationship between the City of Claremore (Oklahoma) and the Grand River Dam Authority can be described with many different words including historic, longstanding, powerful and beneficial.

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Rogers County Adult Day Center clients were excited to show the projects they made and the ribbons they won at the 2021 Rogers County Fair in Claremore. Pictured standing from left to right: Mikka Stucky, Katie Martin, Brandon Walker, Rebecca Wilson, Kyle Hambrick, Angela Cantu. Pictured sit…

Throughout the past year the gaps in healthcare and barriers to medical access in our communities have become more apparent to Health Care Officials. In an effort to eliminate barriers, such as transportation, location, time, and access, the county health departments of District 4 are please…

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Officers of the Claremore, Sequoyah and Foyil FFA chapters participated in the 2021 Oklahoma FFA Chapter Officer Leadership Training Conference Sept. 14 at the Glenpool Conference in Glenpool.

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Earning a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Rogers State University presents academic challenges to most students in the program, but until recently, the learning environment in the program’s largest classroom did not help matters, according to a media release.

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Verdigris High School’s Homecoming is at 6:20 p.m. Friday, September 24th. The game starts at 7 p.m. Pictured from left to right, front row: Ryker Hushbeck and Dakota Ennis; middle row: Lillian Adams, Morgan Abbott, Parker Allee, Madison York, Kayla Nadal, Bobbi Jones and Maegan Fuller; back…

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Students who earned the grand showman title in beef, swine, sheep, goat, dairy and horses also receive a four-year tuition scholarship at Rogers State University.

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Hailey Polson, of Claremore, has been named as a National Merit semifinalist. She is one of 88 high school seniors in northeast Oklahoma to receive this distinction. Polson has attended Cascia Hall Preparatory School in Tulsa since 2015 when she entered sixth grade. Prior to that she attende…

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The Leading Ladies Awards honors 10 women who go above and beyond the call of duty and are nominated by their peers in the community. All nominations received are sent out of town for judging. “We are thrilled to have so many qualified and outstanding women nominees and look forward to recog…

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The Sequoyah High School Football program will celebrate its 2021 Homecoming Coronation Friday, September 24th, at the Pope Athletic Complex when the Eagles take on the Kansas Comets. The homecoming ceremonies will commence at 6:30 with the game following at 7:00.

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Claremore Public Schools unanimously approved a mask requirement policy during a special board meeting Thursday.

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The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education has recognized a partnership between Rogers State University and Pryor Public Schools that creates an accelerated pathway to college degrees. RSU President Dr. Larry Rice presented the award to Pryor Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Lisa Mulle…

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School bonds for Collinsville and Inola public school districts passed Tuesday, according to the Oklahoma State Election Board Unofficial results.

TULSA – A Claremore man pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court for driving recklessly and under the influence of alcohol when he caused an accident that killed a passenger in his vehicle, said Acting U.S. Attorney Clint Johnson.

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Rogers State University Associate Professor of Psychology and Sociology Dr. Sonya Munsell has actively led RSU’s chapter of the National Eating Disorder Association. Her passion for wellness has helped RSU initiate a Campus Warrior team, a student group raising awareness for eating disorders…

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The Rogers County Literacy Council is celebrating Constitution Day and Citizenship Day by congratulating two new American Citizens, Maria Leal and Maria Blevins.

Cub Scouts of Cub Scout Pack 141 toured the Claremore Police Depart as part of their community service studies Monday. Next month the Cub Scouts will visit the Claremore Fire Department as October is Fire Prevention Month.

Two Boy Scouts, Connor Johnson and Trenton Tobey, from Boy Scout Troop 828 were admitted into the Order of the Arrow Ta Tsu Hwa Lodge. Both Scouts attend Will Rogers Junior High School. OA is Scouting’s national honor society that promotes scout camping and cheerful service.

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School board discuss potential mask requirement with exemptions available.

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Dutch Bros Coffee, a leader in the drive-thru coffee category, is coming to Claremore. The new location is set to start construction in the next few weeks and will be filling the space where the Golden Corral once stood.

Every year the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) offers scholarship opportunities for students from middle school through high school. The grand prize winner runs the gauntlet process of first winning with their local VFW, then going on the District level, the winners there goes on to State lev…

It is an annual tradition for the members of Joe Ronnie Hooper Memorial VFW and Auxiliary, and this year it is set for this Sunday, September 12 at 2 p.m. at the VFW Post in Claremore.

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OKLAHOMA CITY — In a little more than a week, Markwayne Mullin said he went from a little-known Oklahoma Congressman to an international figure after, he said, federal officials leaked information about his team’s attempts to rescue Americans from Afghanistan.

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Rogers State University Assistant Professor Dr. Chrissy Whiting-Madison recently published her second book on the topic of happiness. Even Happier is the sequel to Choosing Happiness, both which focus on the importance of positivity in one’s daily life.

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The 107th Rogers County Fair kicks off next weekend with something for the whole family.

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TAHLEQUAH — Cherokee Nation Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Executive Director Michael Lynn has been reappointed to the Oklahoma Department of Transportation Tribal Advisory Board by Oklahoma House of Representatives Speaker Charles A. McCall.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association (IBTTA) honored the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority with a Toll Excellence Award for its ongoing effort to upgrade its fiberoptic backbone and increase connectivity to make the more than 600 miles managed by the …

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Road construction begins throughout Claremore. Andale Construction created maps with dates to allow residents to know what days certain roads will be closed for construction. Claremore Engineer Garrett Ball said these road projects are an asphlat preservation treatment that extends the life …

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A local woman found a unique way to discover her community while grieving the loss of a loved one.

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