“The Night Circus pulls you into a world as dark as it is dazzling, fully realized but still something out of a dream You will not want to leave it.”
Spectrum Paint installed a neon sign on the corner of their new store, opening in downtown Claremore this Spring. We'll have the full story, including an interview with the owners, in an upcoming edition.
Healthy Community Partnership of Rogers County is pleased to announce its RoCo Spring Art Crawl in Claremore, Saturday, May 2 from 2pm – 6 pm. They are once again calling for local artists of all types to participate. The art will be displayed at local businesses and the artists have their c…
Heidi Stair, a mechanical engineer with Advantage Controls, recently received a 2020 Women in STEM Award. The award was presented by the Oklahoma Manufacturing Alliance and the Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance as part of the Oklahoma Women in STEM event at Northeastern State University, Broken A…
OKLAHOMA CITY — State Sen. Marty Quinn has worked in the insurance business for 36 years, but recently some of his business reviews are taking a turn for the worse.
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – The Cherokee Nation honored two veterans with the Medal of Patriotism at the February Tribal Council meeting on Feb. 10.
Will Rogers loved polo. Will’s love and respect for good horses may have attracted him to the game of polo and where the mark of a performer’s success is determined by his athletic partners, his ponies. Because of Will’s passion for the game, the Will Rogers Memorial Foundation is hosting th…
HOUMA, La. — The Cherokee Nation and U.S. Navy gathered in Louisiana Wednesday to see early construction of the USNS Cherokee Nation (T-ATS 7) and celebrate the vessel’s first milestone.
Chelsea Police Department’s K9 Eli has received a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a charitable donation from non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. The vest was sponsored by Linda Williams of Chickasha, OK and embroidered with the sentiment “Honoring those who served …
Residents of Claremore voted 77 percent in favor of a proposition to continue a one-penny sales tax for police, fire, parks and capitol improvements.
The odds of becoming an Olympic athlete are over 1 in 500,000. The ones who reach the top know luck has nothing to do with it.
The town of Oologah will vote Tuesday on a proposition to make the town clerk/treasurer position an appointed position, as opposed to an elected position.
Claremore's is the only Boy Scout O.A. Lodge to use all authentic Native American Works in their ceremonial activities.
Friday, February 7, is the last day to apply for voter registration in order to be eligible to vote in the March 3 Presidential Primary Election, Rogers County Election Board Secretary Julie Dermody said today.
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – The Cherokee Nation is the first tribe in the United States to receive an invitation to deposit its traditional heirloom seeds to the Svalbard Global Seed Vault, a long-term seed storage facility housed deep inside a mountain on a remote island in Norway.
On Dec. 30, 2019 the Owasso Police Department responded to the shooting death 21 year old Tyler Lee Collins inside an apartment in Owasso. During the subsequent investigation, evidence was developed leading to suspects Devin Wilson, 17, Skiatook, and Montre’ Wilson, 24, Tulsa as the persons …
The Sequoyah Elementary fifth grade Coding Club recently took two teams to an underwater robotics competition in Jenks at the Regional Seaperch competition hosted by Tulsa STEM Alliance.
Over 125 church leaders, business owners and community members gathered Thursday for a seminar on law changes and safety concerns following the passage of Constitutional Carry last year.
The right lane of westbound SH-20 remains closed just west of the Will Rogers Turnpike gate in Claremore until further notice due to an ongoing utility relocation. Plan ahead for short delays in this area.
The 1 Million Cups of Claremore is gearing up to celebrate their three year anniversary in just a few short days.
For more than 20 years, the Rogers State University Foundation has experienced one constant – the leadership of Carlene Webber of Claremore.
The life of former Rogers County Sheriff Amos G. Ward played out like a movie. It was a World War II epic, a classic western, and a crime drama about chasing down rumrunners, all in one.
When winter weather hits, your best bet is to stay warm and cozy in your home. However, there are times when you will have to be in your vehicle out on the road.
Less than a week remains for registered voters in Rogers County to apply for absentee ballots to be mailed to them for the February 11 Special City of Calremore and Town of Oologah Elections and Annual Owasso School Primary Election, County Election Board Secretary Julie Dermody said today.
NEW ORLEANS –Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr., First Lady January Hoskin and a small delegation from the Cherokee Nation joined tribal leaders from the Oneida, Quinault and Morongo Band of Mission Indians in New Orleans recently to defend the Indian Child Welfare Act.
Winter takes a huge toll on blood supplies everywhere, and Northeast Oklahoma is suffering the same fate. Claremore’s Joe Ronnie Hooper Memorial Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), long a partner in community events, has scheduled a blood drive for Monday, Feb. 10 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. “We are h…
CASA of Northeast Oklahoma will be hosting a “Lunch and Learn” event and information sessions in Rogers County for those who are interested in becoming a CASA volunteer.
- Deputies seize 10 full grown, 118 seedling marijuana plants in arrest
- Cause of fatality wreck under investigation
- Route 66 Comic Con coming to Claremore
- Claremore native recognized with 2020 Oklahoma Women in STEM Award
- Shires crowned 17th Mr. Claremore
- BRIEF: Claremore Christian boys basketball wins state title; Lady Warriors lose at buzzer
- Know Your Neighbor: Todd Wagner
- OPINION: Rural counties left in the dust with medical marijuana laws
- Claremore track runners reflect on Moore tragedy
- Thomas: The state of our city is outstanding