Life-long Claremore area resident and retired U.S. Marine Corporal Lewie Shaw will serve as the 2019 Veterans Day Parade grand Marshall.
Need some great BBQ for a tailgate party? Then we have what you need! Claremore’s Reveille Rotary announces our BBQ Fundraiser, in full swing now. Reveille Rotary is now taking orders for smoked BBQ meats, such as brisket, bologna, St. Louis ribs, chicken and pork loin. Orders can be picked …
CLAREMORE, Okla. (Oct. 9, 2019) – More lower-income families in Claremore will be able to afford to send their children to an accredited private school that meets their child’s learning needs thanks to donations through the Opportunity Scholarship Fund (OSF).
The Inola River-Rail Site, over 2,000 acres originally intended to house a nuclear power plant, will soon be used to energize economic development in rural Rogers County.
All day Monday, customers pulled up to La Hermosa food truck with a warm smile and congratulations for owners James and Nancy Cisneros.
The Claremore Area Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the celebration the 60th Anniversary of Love Air Conditioning LLC. September 2019 marks 60 years in business for Love Air Conditioning, the oldest heat and air conditioning company in Claremore and Rogers County. In September 1959…
Rogers State University has named Tracy Emmons as Director of First-Year and Transfer Experience to oversee the implementation, evaluation and continuous improvement of programs to orient first-year and transfer students to university life.
Ne-Mar owners have been notified that plans are in the works to convert the Ne-Mar Stage Store to a Gordmans Department Store in the spring of 2020. The Gordmans brand is an “off-price“ department store owned by Stage’s parent company.
OKLAHOMA CITY — A state representative sued Gov. Kevin Stitt Monday in a last-ditch effort to thwart the Nov. 1 implementation of a new law that will allow Oklahomans to carry guns without licensing or training.
Both the calendar and the temperatures seem to finally be in agreement that the fall season has arrived. Because of that, many of us are in a transition period of sorts, as we may be storing away some of our summer tools or electric devices and shifting our focus towards other that are neede…
Officers of the Sequoyah FFA chapter participated in the 2019 Oklahoma FFA Chapter Officer Leadership Training Conference on Sept. 10 at the Glenpool Conference Center.
TAHLEQUAH – Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. announced Monday he’s implementing patient advocacy positions to focus on customer service and reduce patient wait times at Cherokee Nation Health facilities.
We have received word that there will be three large oversized loads coming through Claremore on October 8, 9, and 10. They will be coming from the Port of Catoosa, entering Claremore on Highway 66 at the South and leaving on Highway 88 going East. and will likely be making their way through…
Pending civil litigation, power cost adjustment changes, and a record retention policy are all on the upcoming Claremore City Council agenda.
The City of Claremore announces the departure of Larry Hughes, Deputy Public Works Director. Larry has served Claremore for more than 19 years and will assume a new role at White River Valley Electric Cooperative in Branson, Missouri.
A recent survey by the Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice found that out of 86,000 students from 123 two-year and four-year colleges and universities across the country, around half of all college students have felt insecure about access to basic needs like food or housing in th…
Inola High School students arrived prepared Monday night to ask the Inola Board of Trustees to consider creating a community recycling program.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahomans may soon be considering dueling health care proposals as lawmakers and supporters of Medicaid expansion say they’re both closing in on their own strategies to address the state’s growing health access crisis.
On Sept. 28, First Lady Sarah Stitt spoke at Hope Harbor’s Open House, Fish Fry & 5k, located on the campus of Hope Harbor in Claremore. She addressed Hope Harbor’s mission to offer hope and reconciliation to families effected by Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).
C. Thomas Howell, who came to Oklahoma fame as Ponyboy in The Outsiders, filmed in Tulsa, and Barry Corbin, longtime actor on television and big screen, will headline the Will Rogers Motion Picture Festival. The Festival is a celebration of the Nov. 4 birth of Will Rogers on an Oologah India…
Starting Wednesday, east and westbound Highway 28 will be narrowed to one lane with flagging operations in place at various times from the Highway 66 junction and extending south four miles near Chelsea for a resurfacing project. Drivers can expect delays in the corridor, and should use caut…
The City of Claremore submitted this information in response to frequently asked questions pertaining to power cost adjustment pricing adjustments.
Specifically designed to meet the needs of today’s online student, Oklahoma residents can complete the MBA@RSU program for about $10,880 in total residential tuition and fees, which is among the most competitively priced programs in both Oklahoma and the nation. The MBA@RSU can be completed …
The Rogers County Sheriff’s Department hired former Tulsa police officer Wayne Brown as a detention officer today, following his termination from the Tulsa force in early September.
Oklahoma City, Okla. (Sept. 27, 2019)— Governor Kevin Stitt announced today a new executive order to address the crises of contraband cellphones in state prisons across Oklahoma. Executive Order (EO) 2019-41 directs the Secretary of Public Safety, the Secretary of Digital Transformation and …
A public hearing has been set for Tuesday, Nov. 5 at 4 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers, located at 104 S. Muskogee, Claremore to be held at the same time as the regularly scheduled City of Claremore-Rogers County Metropolitan Area Planning Commission meeting. The purpose of the hearin…
The Safe Route to School project is finally underway and new sidewalks are being constructed along the route to the Elementary School. This has been a long awaited project. This project will improve walking and bicycling conditions by constructing continuous sidewalks from the Inola Elementa…
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — The Cherokee Nation celebrated 72 graduates from the tribe’s adult education program during a special ceremony held September 19 at the Cherokee Casino Tahlequah Chota Center.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma tourism officials are developing a strategic plan to tackle the state’s vast, but long-neglected park system, the deputy director of the Tourism and Recreation Department told lawmakers Thursday at a hearing.
A Sept. 24 lecture at Rogers State University will explore myriad issues surrounding imprisoned women in Oklahoma, which has long led the nation in female incarceration rates.
An ordinance related to power cost adjustments for electric service will be a subject of discussion at Monday’s Claremore City Council meeting.
Currently, Rogers County has 54,094 registered voters. But RoCo Election Board Secretary Julie Dermody thinks National Voter Registration Day is the perfect chance to add to that number.
CLAREMORE, Okla. – Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs officials have added a tribute race to Sunday’s race card to honor respected horsewoman and Oklahoma Quarter Horse Racing Association executive director Debbie Schauf.
Fans, collectors, knife enthusiasts, all are invited to the Central States Hammer In and Knife Show this Saturday in Claremore.
This Week's Circulars
Memorial service for John Harold Layman will be 10:00 a.m., Monday, October 14, 2019, at MMS-Payne Funeral Home Chapel. Harold passed away on Thursday, October 10, 2019. He was 91 years old. Born January 9th, 1928, in Tulsa, Oklahoma to John and Stella (Patterson) Layman, Harold attended sch…
Memorial service for Douglas "Doug" Wayne Sorensen will be 2:00 p.m., Thursday, October 10, 2019 at Sequoyah Baptist Church. Doug passed away on Saturday, October 5, 2019. He was 57. Born October 3, 1962 in Claremore, Oklahoma to Richard Wayne and Patricia Sue (Thompson) Sorensen, Doug atten…
- Stage closing, converting to Gordmans Department Store
- 17-year old teen killed in Rogers County collision
- Best of Claremore Voting kicks off this weekend
- The American Dream: An immigration story in Claremore
- PSO, Port of Catoosa announce 2,000 acre deal in Inola, first new port in 50 years
- FOOTBALL: Claremore WR/DB Skinner commits to Kansas
- Verdigris students share big plans for second annual sock drive
- 2019 Sequoyah High School Homecoming Court
- Frustrations mount in county budget debate
- Claremore Reveille Rotary’s Boots and BBQ Festival