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(Claremore, OK) Caden Fox, a student at Claremore Public School’s Will Rogers Junior High has been selected as a semifinalist for the Mars 2020 “Name the Rover” contest. Caden’s name will enter the next round of consideration to become the official name of the Mars 2020 rover.

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From the National Weather Service Tulsa: Bundle up if you are heading out across northeast Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas this morning. Wind chill values range from singe digits to around 30 in this area.

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Around the country, census workers are scheduled to hit the streets today.

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This week Rogers County Sheriff's Office got the thumbs up to begin the lengthy process of buying new patrol vehicles.

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From the National Weather Service: The chance of showers and isolated thunderstorms increase Thursday and continue through Friday night as a storm system rolls across eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas.

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INOLA, Okla. - The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) was requested by the Inola Police Department to investigate an officer-involved shooing that occurred the evening of January 11, 2020.

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AccuWeather Global Weather Center – January 9, 2020 – Stargazers across the globe may want to step outside on Friday night to catch a glimpse of the Wolf Moon, the first full moon of the year and one that will look different from those in recent months.

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Rogers State University has named two executive administrators filling roles vacated during the previous summer and fall semesters. The university named Dr. Robert Goltra as its new Vice President for Student Affairs and Dr. Mark Rasor as its Vice President for Administration and Finance. Bo…

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From National Weather Service Tulsa: A red flag warning is now in effect from noon to 7 pm today. Conditions across northeast Oklahoma will support the greatest fire spread rates this afternoon and early evening. Use extreme caution with anything that might start a fire.

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So far, the weather in 2020 has been fairly mild, but if you live in Oklahoma, you know that can change pretty quick, not just from day to day but even hour to hour. While some days may be pleasant, the cold air can still arrive after dark, leading many of us to raise the thermostat just a b…

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Winter is often cold and lonely. But you can warm  your heart and home with one of the numerous adoptable cats or dogs at the Claremore Animal Shelter. Meet Emmet, a 6-month-old male tabby kitten who was found at-large. Emmet is playful and sweet natured, and could really use a lively home. …

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Now that Christmas has come to an end, we’re all swimming in holiday garbage.

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Pryor, OK – Northeast Tech recently received a generous donation from one of its industry partners. Tulsa Pier Drilling presented a $500 check to be used for scholarships for individuals receiving training from Northeast Tech.

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For the fourth consecutive year, the Grand River Dam Authority has approved a budget that will not include any base rate increases for its customers. The GRDA Board of Directors gave final approval to the 2020 budget during its December 17 meeting in Locust Grove.

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January is National Blood Donor Month, and the perfect time to make a resolution to save local lives. 

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It was a packed house. Eight members of the community signed up to share strong opinions with the Claremore city council leading into a one hour and 52 minute executive session. The item up for discussion? The annual performance evaluation of City Manager Jim Thomas.

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From the National Weather Service of Tulsa: "Strong to severe storms possible across eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas late Saturday afternoon and evening. Main threat will be damaging wind gusts."

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Despite the unseasonable warmth of the last week, the Claremore Parks Department is prepared for inclement weather, as they do every year.

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Voters who want to vote by mail for the 2020 Election Year should submit their absentee ballot applications to their county election boards as soon as possible. Voters can request absentee ballots for individual elections or for all elections they are eligible to vote in during the 2020 Elec…

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Around 60 Claremore area residents gathered in front of Congressman Markwayne Mullin's office to rally for and against impeachment ahead of the anticipated congress vote on Wednesday.

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To kick off the annual Leadership Rogers County Education Day, the Leadership class started their day at Legacy Christian School. The class was able to attend the Rise and Shine Chapel Service where students prayed, worshiped, and gave an offering. The word of the week was Courage. Legacy st…

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The Kum&Go on the corner of Lynn Riggs Boulevard and Blue Starr will re-open Thursday morning after several months of construction. 

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