Deer gun season remains the state’s most popular, with more than 150,000 taking part last year. It is also the deer gun season that boasts the greatest success rate in terms of harvest each year, as shown in the annual Big Game Report. The gun season accounted for 60.5 percent of all deer ha…
BERRYHILL – A receiver with magic hands and a team that believed overcoming the improbable was no surprise inspired Verdigris to the District 3A-4 championship Friday night at Berryhill Stadium.
TAHLEQUAH — With a look of determination in his eyes, Jacob Cowherd delivered a bold statement to defensive line coach Lucious Selmon III.
Friday night’s matchup between Claremore Christian and Sunrise Christian was a game full of hard hitting and running the ball down the defenses’ throats on what was a muddy and slippery football field.
Seniors Sydney Callender, Audrey Braucher and Jayla Hurt were selected for All-Region by the Oklahoma Cheer Coaches’ Association, on Wednesday! They will compete for All-State on November 20th at Washington High School.
STILLWATER—With seven newcomers on board plus a new conference affiliation in place, there will be a lot of moving parts this season for the Rogers State men’s basketball season.
Even when faced with cold and rainy days, Claremore cross-country coach Eric Wiens doesn’t like to deviate from typical workouts.
CLAREMORE, OK – The 2020 Class of Leadership Rogers County (LRC) recently participated in Quality of Life Day by touring three area not-for-profit organizations and hearing from an additional 17 local non-profits. This year’s class of Leadership Rogers County is comprised of 22 leaders repre…
The Will Rogers Junior High Dance Team came home with a first-place trophy following its regional competition in Tulsa last weekend.
SHAWNEE — Not even walking the course beforehand could prepare Sequoyah’s Hailey McClure and Cailin Warner for what would be a wet and muddy mess of a race.
Brooke Jones had a dominant senior season for Claremore volleyball this season, and that success earned her one of the state’s top honors.
Several hunting seasons will be opening this Saturday, Oct. 26, including muzzleloader deer season. Also opening will be private lands elk muzzleloader, muzzleloader bear, sandhill crane and Zone 1 duck seasons.
It was Senior Night for the Claremore Christian football team on Thursday night as the Warriors looked to extend their three-game winning streak.
This Week's Circulars
Helen Louise Wert, age 94, a long-time resident of Claremore, Oklahoma, passed away on November 4, 2019, at home, surrounded in love by her family, who adored her. Helen is preceded in death by her husband, Guy Wert. Over the years, Helen worked at Merle Norman Cosmetics downtown Claremore. …
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- County audit reveals lack of policies, controls
- FOOTBALL: Zebras spoil No. 3 Tahlequah's undefeated season
- Zebras teamed again: Seifried group welcomes Chase Talbert
- FOOTBALL: Skinner in high spirits despite injury
- POLICE: Child walks 270-yards, nearly hit by truck on highway result in neglect charge
- Deputy Chief chosen for prestigious FBI Academy
- Claremore Chic-fil-A donated over 8,800 meals for kids in need
- FOOTBALL: Verdigris stuns No. 4 Berryhill for district title