Claremore Public Schools Superintendent Bryan Frazier announced the start of a game plan in the return of his weekly "Fridays with Frazier" videos.
Claremore City Council is expected to vote on a settlement agreement for City Manger Jim Thomas whose resignation was announced in the city council agenda posted today.
Racial tension, a global pandemic and political divides among Americans may have an affect in November's general election, many Claremore resident agree.
Claremore Fire Marshal Jason Crandall explains how Claremore residents can get their fireworks permits, and offer general firework safety advice.
OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma Employment Security Commission (OESC) has seen a decrease in both initial and continued claims for the week ending June 27, as it continues to work to provide compensation for unemployed workers. According to national numbers released by the U.S. Department of La…
In addition to being the last primary before the 2020 Presidential Election, Tuesday marked the first election in decades to coincide with a pandemic.
Mayes County Health Department, in collaboration with Oklahoma State Department of health, held drive-thru testing on June 18th and 23rd at the MidAmerica Expo Center. First, we would like to thank our community partners for helping us with the testing; MidAmerica Industrial Park and Mayes C…
Gov. Kevin Stitt and State Superintendent. Joy Hoffmeister awarded $16 million to Oklahoma school districts impacted by COVID-19.
Community leaders and elected officials share their thoughts on the passing of Tulsa Police Sgt. Craig Johnson.
Rogers County Health Department in collaboration with Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH), and Rogers County Emergency Management, will offer a drive-thru testing site for COVID-19.
From National Weather Service Tulsa: "Isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms are possible today across eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas. The greatest chances will be across western Arkansas."
In phase three of Governor Kevin Stitt’s reopening plan, discretion has been left to individual businesses as to how they manage social distancing and sanitation recommendations.
The Rogers County Election Board has undertaken several precautions to slow the spread of disease at precincts on Election Day.
After a lengthy executive session, the State Board of Education voted to change the accreditation of the Oologah-Talala Public School district from fully-accredited, to probation.
The number of COVID-19 cases is still trending upwards but Rogers County Health Department and Emergency Management have announced that additional testing is available.
More than four times the number of Rogers County residents requested an absentee ballot this year than they have in previous primary elections.
While the COVID-19 case count in Rogers County had been holding somewhat steady, the numbers have been climbing since late last week.
Cherokee citizen Rollie Lynn Riggs was born in 1899 in Claremore, Indian Territory. He graduated from Eastern University Preparatory School, now home to Rogers State University, in 1917, and left Oklahoma for a theatrical career on the east coast.
Raw milk produced by Swan Bros. Dairy, Inc. of Claremore, Oklahoma is the subject of a statewide recall due to the confirmed detection of Campylobacter jejuni. Anyone who has purchased or received their raw milk products between April 9 and June 22 is strongly urged to dispose of any remaini…
Meet Tex. This charming, 1-year-old, neutered male tabby was released to the shelter with another cat because his owner had to move to an assisted living facility. Tex is quiet and shy, but friendly, and gets along well with other cats. He will make an excellent companion, and his adoption f…
According to the latest data by Oklahoma State Department of Health, there are 128 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Rogers County. Additionally, they report five deaths and 92 recovered cases.
The reopening of Oklahoma’s economy has brought thousands of people back into stores and workplaces, and many are choosing not to wear face masks or bother with social distancing.
After an employee tested positive for COVID-19, a Claremore funeral home issued an advisory to the community.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Kevin Stitt, the Governor of Oklahoma, has activated 250 Oklahoma Army National Guardsmen to provide assistance to local law enforcement this weekend in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
It was collaboration and "Claremore Spirit" that made the recent Justice for George Floyd protest a success in Claremore, according to Police Chief Stan Brown.
WASHINGTON—Congressman Markwayne Mullin (OK-02) and U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) announced today that the City of Tulsa – Rogers County Port Authority will be awarded a $6.1 million grant to support the construction and improvement of rail transportation and utility infrastructure in suppo…
After visiting Japan, Thailand, the Philippines, Australia, New Zealand and Madagascar in the course of his military career, Claremore Marine Corps Sgt. Raymond Branam has returned, following in the footsteps of his mentor.
This Week's Circulars
Jessie Jay Phelps born February 15, 1929. He is survived by 3 children, daughter Karen Dennis and husband Ron, daughter Sherye Griffin, and son Jay Phelps and wife Pam. Jessie is survived by 2 brothers and 1 sister, 7 grandchildren, 19 great grandchildren, 3 great great grandchildren and man…
- UPDATED: From fully-accredited to probation: State reprimands Oologah-Talala school district
- Chelsea man charged with 19 counts child sex crimes
- Food distribution schedule, location changes
- Entrepreneur brings coffee shop vision to life in Claremore
- Two vehicles, two pedestrians involved in Claremore wreck
- Area offensive linemen nominated for VYPE Fan's Choice poll
- ELECTION RESULTS: Edwards retains Rogers County Court Clerk position
- BREAKING: Claremore City Manager submits resignation
- State, national leaders share thoughts on passing of Tulsa Police Sgt. Craig Johnson
- Justus-Tiawah awarded $100,000 COVID assistance grant