OKLAHOMA CITY — Casey Murdock admits that he was lobbyists’ prime target during his first year at the state Capitol.
Claremore High School’s drama department will perform Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” this weekend only at the Robson Performing Arts Center in the Black Box Theater.
The Verdigris superintendent, school board, community members and business leaders braved the freezing weather Monday night for the groundbraking of the district’s new activity center.
“Leo” and “Eddy” are 4-month-old boys at the Claremore animal shelter awaiting someone to bring them to a nice warm home and give them lots of cuddles. The kittens were found at large and are very playful and personable. Contact the Claremore Animal Shelter at 918-341-1260 or visit them duri…
The Claremore area Habitat for Humanity has built 12 homes for people in need in the community, and is looking to build three more in the next three years.
If you’ve been to the Will Rogers Memorial Museum or to any of the Rogers themed events held around these parts, chances are you’ve shaken the hand of our own modern-day Will, Andy Hogan.
Nearly 40,000 American veterans experienced homelessness this year according to the most recent data from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
“Jessie,” is a 3-year-old male who will make a very sweet companion for whoever is lucky enough to pick him up first. He was found at large. In addition to being incredibly friendly, he likes to give kisses. Contact the Claremore Animal Shelter at 918-341-1260 or visit them during regular h…
There are several ways to honor veterans as the day approaches: placing roses on grave sites, donating and volunteering at veterans organizations, participating in next Monday’s parade.
The grocery store at 322 N Lynn Riggs Blvd., formerly Warehouse Market, will open Nov. 14 as 10Box Cost-Plus, a young company with a whole new concept for saving customers money.
OKLAHOMA – The public can help Oklahoma Department of Corrections volunteer Ellen Stackable with nonprofit Poetic Justice be named "CNN Hero of the Year" for her work with women behind bars.
Matt and Cassidy Fraley, far left, received $5,000 from the Cherokee Nation, Thursday, Oct. 25, to assist with their animal aid and rescue efforts at the Chelsea Animal Shelter in conjunction with the town government.
OKLAHOMA – Almost 300 new volunteer firefighters have joined rural fire departments three years after successful legislation eliminated the age limit for new volunteers.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Official voter registration statistics released Thursday show a net increase of more than 104,000 voters this year, with total registration well over levels for recent gubernatorial elections.
Claremore Police Chief Stan Brown reported that the department will have increased staff, bicycle patrols — and an emphasis on neighborhood patrols — during the evening hours of the Oct. 31.
District 1 County Commissioner Dan Delozier is running for his fourth term of office this November, and he’s running on experience.
Less than a week remains for registered voters in Rogers County to apply for absentee ballots to be mailed to them for the November 6 Regular General Election, County Election Board Secretary Julie Dermody said today.
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – The Cherokee Nation provided a major boost to local governments, schools, community organizations, churches and more with the more than $568,000 in total donations from the tribe’s special projects budget in fiscal year 2018.
Global Sealcoating of Claremore recently completed sealing and re-stripping the J M Davis Museum parking lot. The project is one of many improvements to the museum and grounds scheduled for next years 50th anniversary of the Davis Museum. Freeman Hunter, left, and Willie Searcy were on the c…
Claremore’s Joe Ronnie Hooper Memorial VFW Auxiliary is holding an all-you-can-eat breakfast Saturday from 8 to 10:30 a.m. at the Post. The menu consists of pancakes, sausage, the world’s best scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy along with juice, milk and coffee.
Claremore Public Schools administrators, teachers, district employees and parents met Tuesday night to discuss possible items on the 2019 school bond.
A handful of students and teachers from Roosa, Catalayah, Claremont and Nowata Elementary Schools gathered at Westside Elementary School Wednesday for a lesson in leadership.
A comprehensive labor study of Rogers County found good and bad news for the community, presented before a wide selection of community leaders and government officials Wednesday morning.
“Dusty,” is a 6-year-old Pekingese-Sheltie Mix who always has a happy smile and love to play with other dogs. He was found at large with a friend and will make someone a very sweet companion. It could be you. Dusty’s adoption fees are $80. Contact the Claremore Animal Shelter at 918-341-1260…
An impressive 18 Claremore students from the junior high and high schools were recently selected for the All District Honor Choir, with the opportunity to become All-State vocalists.
The Oologah Municipal Court is holding a “Food for Fines” warrant amnesty program the week of October 29 thru Nov. 2. Town Hall will be open Monday thru Friday from 8 am to 4 pm and will stay open until 7 pm Tuesday and Thursday.
The Claremore City Council issued their final payment on the water treatment plant update project started in 2014, ending $125,000 under budget.
“Wilma,” is a 10-month-old Flame Point Siamese who absolutely loves cuddles. She was found at large at will make someone a very sweet companion. It could be you. Contact the Claremore Animal Shelter at 918-341-1260 or visit them during regular hours of operation at 815 Ramm Road to take home…
The Catoosa Public Library and the Oklahoma Healthy Aging Initiative Northeast Center of Healthy Aging have teamed up to offer two classes for the community.
More than 70 years the Veterans of Foreign Wars has been encouraging patriotism within our nation’s classrooms, but time is running out for this year’s annual student scholarship award competitions.
Cherokee Nation Councilor Keith Austin, who represents District 14, covering most of Rogers County, spoke about the Cherokee Nation’s greatest point of pride across centuries – self-government.
Claremore High School’s new food pantry opened earlier this month with little fan fair, but has already garnered an outpouring of community support.
- Murder, arson charges pending following Thursday fire
- Verdigris superintendent, board break ground on activity center
- 10Box Cost-Plus opens in Claremore
- FIRE MARSHAL: Residence a 'total loss' following electrical fire
- Downtown boutique celebrates 'strong women'
- HERE COME THE ZEBRAS
- Playoff football: Claremore at Carl Albert FYI
- Sequoyah sixth graders finish unbeaten championship season
- Travel in style on Claremore’s Holiday Trolley
- Guilty plea gets 15-year sentence