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Claremore Police Chief Stan Brown promoted officers Matt Wild and Jordon Keesler Monday evening in the Claremore City Council Chambers.

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Four people were injured in a two car collision near Chelsea Tuesday.

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This April, during National Financial Literacy Month, area residents will have the opportunity to attend Financial Peace University.

Time for Spring, and the Claremore Home & Garden Show! It’s been a long winter and everyone is eager to start those home projects, get the garden ready and enjoy an evening on the patio surrounded by beautiful spring plants and flowers.

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Pint-sized chefs served up delicious Mexican food creations during a cooking competition this week.

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TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – The Cherokee Nation honored five military veterans with the tribe’s Medal of Patriotism during the March Tribal Council meeting Monday.

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Less than a week remains for registered voters in Rogers County to apply for absentee ballots to be mailed to them for the April 2 Regular Municipal Elections Catoosa, Claremore, Chelsea and Oologah and Foyil and Oologah-Talala School Elections, County Election Board Secretary Julie Dermody …

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The Claremore Ministerial Alliance announced plans Tuesday to develop an old church building at the corner of Sixth Street and Florence Avenue into an emergency shelter for Claremore’s homeless and displaced.

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Rogers State University senior Autumn Fourkiller has earned recognition as a 2019 Newman Civic Fellow, a one-year national fellowship that emphasizes personal, professional and civic growth.

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The Will Rogers Library has begun a new initiative serving residents in Senior Care Facilities in Claremore. “This is a program we’ve wanted to do for many years, but for various reasons the logistics never came together” said Library Director Sherry Beach. “Finally, last year all the pieces…

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahomans likely won’t see a minimum wage hike this year after the state Senate effectively killed three key pieces of legislation intended to boosted worker pay for the first time in a decade.

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Work is underway on the $370,000 Claremore traffic light synchronization project expected to dramatically improve traffic within the city.

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Spring is taking it’s time to get here, but you can warm up sooner with a hug from “Rusty,” a four-year-old male pit who was at large. “Rusty” is quiet and well behaved, plus he’s a hugger, making him the perfect home companion. Contact the shelter at 918-341-1260 or visit them during regula…

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Rogers State University Career Services will host its spring Career, Internship and Graduate School Fair on Wednesday, March 13, in the Dr. Carolyn Taylor Center Ballroom on the Claremore campus. The fair will be held from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and is free and open to the public.

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Friday, March 8, is the last day to apply for voter registration in order to be eligible to vote in the April 2 Regular Municipal Elections Catoosa, Claremore, Chelsea and Oologah and Foyil and Oologah-Talala School Elections, Rogers County Election Board Secretary Julie Dermody said today.

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CLAREMORE – After a brief hiatus, Claremore Main Street is bringing Cash Mob back to downtown with a few key changes to improve the shopper experience as well as the impact on the local community.

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Getting older comes with several aches and pains. There is a lot of stress and hard decisions to make.

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Fifth graders at Roosa Elementary participated in a colorful science experiment this week that they won’t soon forget.

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The Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence has announced the recipients of its 2019 Academic All-State Awards. These 100 top public high school seniors, selected from 535 nominations statewide, hail from 83 schools in 75 Oklahoma school districts.

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OKLAHOMA CITY — A Senate committee on Wednesday advanced a series of measures that would give Oklahoma's governor sweeping new powers to choose who runs some of the state’s largest agencies.

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Each month, Child Advocates of Northeast Oklahoma (CANO) celebrates the advocacy of one of our CASA volunteers. This month, we celebrate the service Mary (Van Valkenburg) Mizer, a volunteer advocate in Rogers County.

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Justus-Tiawah Partners in Education hosted a government day panel Tuesday afternoon to introduce third through eighth grade students to their elected and appointed officials.

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