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Claremore 14-year-old Cameron Allison and his grandparents Shirley and Curt Burrill are finding it easier than ever to complete their weekly chores, with a little help from Walmart.

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Voters in Rogers County who want to have absentee ballots mailed to them for the August 13 Special Inola Municipal Election should apply now, County Election Board Secretary Julie Dermody said today. Although the County Election Board can accept applications for absentee ballots until 5 p.m.…

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OKLAHOMA CITY — About 1,000 Oklahomans are test-driving a new digital driver license program that may one day allow Oklahomans to ditch their plastic copies.

(Oklahoma City) – This past spring, more than 181,000 Address Confirmation Notices were mailed to certain Oklahoma voters, as required by law. Nearly two months later, more than 134,000 notices remain outstanding, state election officials said today. Voters who do not respond to the Address …

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The Claremore Industrial and Economic Development Authority Board of Trustees recently elected Ryan Neely as the organization’s new chairman. As board chair, Neely will lead CIEDA as it facilitates the recruitment and retention of primary industry jobs, the expansion of the sales tax base an…

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Cancer is a daunting diagnosis, but it's not enough to shake Cory's good spirits.

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The fall session of the free and fun RoCo Fit “Couch to 5k” Program begins Aug. 6. RoCo Fit volunteer mentors are ready to encourage participants to reach all types of goals, from finishing a 5k (3.1 miles) to reducing depression and stress. Whatever your goal - physical or emotional, walkin…

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Friday, July 19, is the last day to apply for voter registration in order to be eligible to vote in the August 13 Special City of Inola Election, Rogers County Election Board Secretary Julie Dermody said today.

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Crush is a 1-year-old ginger tabby who enjoys laid back and lazy afternoons. He is currently awaiting a home at the Claremore Animal Shelter.

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The first line of the FFA Creed reads, “I believe in the future of agriculture.” Claremore’s FFA program has a rich history, with roots that run deep within the local community. While today’s average consumer is three to five generations removed from the family farm, Claremore FFA continues …

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As temperatures climb, so does the risk for heat-related illness due to hyperthermia (overheating). The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) reminds parents that children’s bodies overheat easily, and infants and children under age 4 are among those at greatest risk for heat-related il…

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Located in the hills southeast of Salina, Oklahoma, on the Saline Creek arm of Lake Hudson, the Salina Pumped Storage Project (SPSP) is a unique facility that plays a vital role in the Grand River Dam Authority’s overall electricity production.

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TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — Cherokee Nation Chief-Elect Chuck Hoskin Jr. and Deputy Chief-Elect Bryan Warner are pleased to announce their executive cabinet, six pioneering leaders who will propel the tribe forward over the next four years.

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­­July is national blueberry month, but for local blueberry farmer David Patterson, July is the end of the season.

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Millions of public dollars have been poured into infrastructure projects in Inola over the last five years to turn the abandoned Black Fox Nuclear Plant into a busy and thriving industrial park.

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OKLAHOMA CITY — A new plan to rebrand the state’s image and redesign its license plate is raising eyebrows and being panned by some who say Oklahoma has bigger priorities to fund right now.

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Summer is here and temperatures are rising. Each year, more than 600 people die from heat-related illness in the United States. In Oklahoma, there were 145 deaths associated with exposure to excessive heat from 2010 to 2017. Approximately 70% of those deaths occurred in males.

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The Oklahoma State Auditor’s Office will conduct a federal audit of Rogers County for fiscal year 2017-2018.

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The Parker family of Waco, Texas, was driving on I-44 north of Claremore Friday when they were struck by another vehicle and spun face first into the concrete center median.

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Rogers State University has announced nearly 500 students earned degrees during the university’s commencement ceremonies held in May.

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Leadership Rogers County is accepting applications for the 2019-2020 year. Leadership Rogers County develops talents and broadens perspectives of present and future community leaders by providing them with practical information concerning community problems and issues. Interested candidates …

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TULSA– Over the past few months, Reasor’s Claremore location at, 1000 W. Will Rogers Blvd. has been undergoing extensive changes and upgrades. On Wednesday, July 10th, the store will hold its Grand Re-opening, offering a beautiful new shopping experience along with a wide range of new featur…

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July in Oklahoma typically means high temperatures and this year’s forecast is following that path. While the weather outdoors is heating up, many of us are looking for ways to keep things cool indoors. That means air conditioners and fans are getting quite a workout right now. If that is th…

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