One woman making a few dolls for disadvantaged children in 1947 has expanded into a national program providing around 16 million toys annually to kids in need.
Construction on State Highway 20, also known as Patti Page Boulevard, has restarted after months of delay because of conflicting gas lines.
November 30 is National Day of Giving, also known as Giving Tuesday. GivingTuesday.org explains how people and communities can give back.
TAHLEQUAH — Cherokee Nation will launch a comprehensive study of its government workforce pay and target a gradual minimum wage increase to $15 per hour by 2025, Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. and Deputy Chief Bryan Warner announced.
BARTLESVILLE – The Oklahoma State Department of Health, District 4, is conducting a Community Health Survey to better understand and address the healthcare needs of adults and children in northeast Oklahoma. District 4 is an eight-county region which includes Craig, Delaware, Mayes, Nowata, …
A group of 46 Rogers State University students filled 13 baskets to the brim with all the ‘fixins’ needed to make a Thanksgiving dinner.
STILLWATER – Oklahoma private applicators still have time to take advantage of educational opportunities they may need to meet state requirements to apply restricted-use, pest-control products.
BARTLESVILLE – Free public health services will be offered throughout December in locations across northeast Oklahoma as the Oklahoma State Department of Health District 4 continues to utilize its newly-acquired mobile wellness unit.
Two Oklahoma veterans are opening a Firehouse Subs in Catoosa with the desire to help first responders.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Police chiefs across the state said they oppose a lawmaker’s plan to ban municipalities from using unmarked vehicles to conduct traffic stops.
WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL MUSEUM — Will Rogers never outgrew the child’s passion for Christmas and always had special remembrances for his sisters, nieces and nephew as well as his own little family. Only once after his marriage was he away from home on Christmas. He sent gifts home in 1931, then…
Local fantasy author Mercedes Lackey’s work earned her The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America’s Damon Knight Memorial Grand Master Award.
Anyone looking for somewhere to be on Thanksgiving can find a warm meal at First United Methodist Church, 1615 N. Hwy. 88.
Candidates interested in filing for office of the City of Owasso and Collinsville will file Declarations of Candidacy beginning 8 a.m. Monday, December 6th.
Phase 1 of the $3.7 million Talbert-Sioux Waterline Replacement project will be completed once crews finish tying in two water lines at the water tower and replacing the road.
Rogers State University and RSU Radio is once again partnering with the Claremore Chamber of Commerce for a drive-through Christmas parade on its campus on December 4 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. This year’s theme is “Christmas Around the World.”
November is National Diabetes Awareness month. Shape Your Future, a program of the Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust (TSET), is providing Oklahomans with tools and tips to combat diabetes, a leading cause of death in the United States.
The Living Nativity at Shepherd’s Cross is an indoor and outdoor walk through event. Come on out and join us in celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ complete with farm animals and costumed characters inside an Amish built barn.
Thursday, John Cummins with the State Law Enforcement Brand and Inspection Service was honored with a retirement party at the J.M. Davis Arms and Historical Museum in Claremore. Cummins, (center) was a Claremore police officer from 1983-2006, the Executive Director of the J.M. Davis Museum f…
The Rogers State University Foundation has announced it will award up to $1,000 in scholarships per individual for new students enrolling in the Spring 2022 semester.
The “Big Crinoline” was recognized in the trick roping world of Will Rogers as the trick where the roper lets out all his rope. The “Big Crinoline Award,” the top film of the 2021 Dog Iron Film Festival features a photo of Will roping a Boston baseball team in 1909.
The Claremore Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to present the 18th annual Santa Cash shop local promotion. Officially kicking off on Nov. 9, the campaign runs until December 17.
COVID cancelled the annual Junior Ocieleta Club masquerade ball two years in a row, but the event will live on.
The Board of Education of Catoosa Public School District hereby announces that statutorily qualified individuals interested in running as a candidate for the #2, 4 and 1 seats on the Catoosa Board of Education may file to run as a candidate for the seats at the Rogers County Election Board b…
Questions about pink shirts lead the Claremore Fire Department on a journey that would result in a donation of over $1,900 to the Oklahoma Project Woman.
Claremore Lake will light up this holiday season! Starting Nov. 27, everyone will be able to enjoy a driving tour of Claremore Lake with holiday lights and decor illuminating the way.
The Inola High School Varsity Academic Team qualified for Area this past weekend at Wagoner. After sweeping Districts at Chelsea, the Longhorn Team placed 2nd in Regionals, qualifying for Area. Although the location has yet to be determined, the date for the Area tournament is set for Januar…
A 10-year old child is safely back at home with his family following an extensive search by Verdigris Police Department.
The Holiday Hills Group of Rogers County OHCE celebrated Thanksgiving early with a pot luck lunch of ham and many side dishes. Eleven member and five quests enjoyed the meal followed by a business meeting on November 9th, 2021.
The United States hosts the greatest number of international students in the world. As a regional university of choice, Rogers State University cultivates a vibrant campus culture, quality education, unique curriculum, and abundant opportunities for these students to embrace RSU as their sec…
Cheryl Higgins and Paula Shell members of the Heritage Hills Women’s Golf Association will be heading to Palm Springs, California to participate in the PGA National Club Champion Women’s Division Golf Tournament scheduled for December 4th-6th. Cheryl won the Heritage Hills Women’s Club Champ…
Creston Harrel of Claremore competed in a qualifier event with fishing buddy James Wayne of Vinita, on Grand Lake in Grove. This was one of eight qualifying events across the country. Harrel and Wayne hauled in a five-fish catch weighing in at 17.06 pound to top the 250-team field in the reg…
Claremore resident Hunter Kelley earned a gold medal at Oklahoma School for the Blind’s ninth Oklahoma Regional Cane Quest competition in Muskogee.
Within the walls of a 600-square-foot shop downtown is a new business designed to help the community lower waste.
The Board of Education of Verdigris Public School District hereby announces that statutorily qualified individuals interested in running as a candidate for the #1 seat or #2 seat on the Verdigris Board of Education.
TAHLEQUAH — The Cherokee Nation was among six tribes honored nationwide this week with the Harvard 2021 Honoring Nations Award. Cherokee Nation received high honors for its innovative ONE FIRE Victim Services office that helps support and protect victims of domestic violence.
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- Firehouse Subs comes to Catoosa: Oklahoma veterans will open store Dec. 20
- Claremore Lake Park will be lit with Christmas lights for the Inaugural Claremore Lake Light Display
- SH-20 construction starts again: ONG to finish pipeline relocation by Dec. 14
- Students gift Thanksgiving dinner: RSU’s President’s Leadership Class completes community service project
- Inaugural Elder Angel Tree set up at Rhapsody Salon and Day Spa
- FOOTBALL: Carney, Gilkey run wild against Bishop McGuinness
- NOTHING BUT GREEN: Round 3 high school football playoff picks
- Local author wins award: Mercedes Lackey named 38th SFWA Grand Master
- Cherokee Nation to study employee compensation, raise minimum wage to $15 per hour by 2025
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