Jurors and families witnessed, via graphic videos and photos shown Thursday, the impact and immediate aftermath of the hit-and-run collision that left three Moore High School runners dead and three others seriously injured last year.
Oklahoma City attracted softball players from all over the United States during the College World Series a couple weeks ago. Now, Stillwater is doing the same.
INOLA — Austine Skupien set an ambitious goal of running a race every month of 2021, and June’s might be the most special of all.
Claremore Daily Progress sports editor Kevin Green received several awards Saturday in the 2020 Oklahoma Press Association Better Newspaper Contest.
Sooner defensive lineman Isaiah Daveion Thomas was arrested early Sunday morning by University of Oklahoma Police, the Cleveland County Sheriff's Office confirmed.
At the top of the list may be irony. Because, in many ways, what finished inside Hall of Fame Stadium Thursday afternoon in Oklahoma City was the Women’s College World Series being all its organizers ever dreamed it might be.
Claremore baseball coach Jim Sherl spoke with Claremore Progress sports editor Kevin Green earlier this week to discuss his son’s showing in the Oklahoma Baseball Coaches Association All-State game, Noah Smallwood’s recent accomplishment and the Zebra summer baseball season.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Determination shown on Giselle Juarez’s face as she wound up to deliver the her eighth pitch to Devyn Flaherty.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma broke record after record over its march to the national championship over eight days at Hall of Fame Stadium.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Chyenne Factor delivered one of the biggest hits of her career Thursday afternoon and it propelled Oklahoma State to a win over one of the hottest teams in the country.
OKLAHOMA CITY — James Madison’s Kate Gordon faced a full count in the top of the eighth inning when she turned around Oklahoma’s Shannon Saile’s offering, popping a towering shot over left-center field that fell just beyond the wall.
TULSA – Nick Williams has run in many competitive races over the years as a collegiate athlete, but none of them featured a faster start than the Fleet Feet Tulsa 9Run8 5K.
SEQUOYAH — As Wyatt Ramsey prepared to defend against an imminent penalty kick, he recalled instructions given to him by a former coach.
EDMOND — A quick two-goal blitz by a senior was enough to push her team back to the championship game.
The Claremore Zebras had a solid showing in the Class 5A girls state tennis tournament Friday and Saturday at the Oklahoma City Tennis Center.
Postseason soccer is moving along at a steady clip, and two Rogers County squads survived and advanced to the Class 3A state semifinals with convincing wins Thursday night.
Claremore baseball opened play in the Class 5A East Regional 6 at Collinsville on Thursday, splitting its first two games.
This Week's Circulars
William Russell Allton was born in Dewey, Oklahoma on April 25, 1931 to Russell Frank and Alice Mae (Steffens) Allton. He attended school in Claremore and graduated with the class of 1948. On August 26, 1949 Bill married Jimmie Louise Reed and the couple made Tulsa home for the first 25 year…
Grace Louise Archer, age 90, a resident of Aurora, Colorado, a former resident of Chillicothe, Missouri, passed away on Wednesday, June 2, 2021, at Shalom Park, Aurora, Colorado. Grace was born the daughter of Maurice P. Martin, Sr., and Margaret (O'Connor) Martin on October 10, 1930, in Chi…
- Innovation lab named after Dr. Ballard
- Edwards finds calling in sitting volleyball
- ALDI scheduled to open
- New business helping veterans
- Skupien honors late uncle as top female finisher of Crazy Socks 8K Run
- Electric vehicle company picks Pryor for assembly plant
- Claremore Senior Center re-opens
- City awards electric, water bids
- Playground to be added in Gazebo Park
- ALDI opens
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