The J.M. Davis Arms and Historical Museum will hold its 9th annual Daisy BB marksmanship contest Saturday, Feb. 23 from 10 am to 3 pm.
In 1875, Winchester Repeating Arms Company came up with a marketing scheme to promote their rifles by featuring those that turned out just a bit closer to perfect than the others. They wrote:
TULSA - The Claremore Christian Warriors fell to the Liberty Academy Eagles (Shawnee) 51-35 in the Heartland Christian Athletic Association Class 1A girls championship game Saturday afternoon at Wright Christian Academy.
PRYOR—With the post-season right around the corner, the Claremore High School boys’ basketball team is gaining momentum at just the right time.
CLAREMORE, Okla. – The trainers, jockeys and equine athletes alike are arriving once again for the 28-day thoroughbred meet returning to Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs on March 25. Track representatives are optimistic about a strong handle and a full field in its 13th year of operation, a…
TULSA - It was a split decision for the Claremore Christian Warriors in the Heartland Christian Athletic Association Class 1A basketball playoffs Tuesday night at Wright Christian Academy.
Saturday, the Claremore Christian Junior High Boys basketball team defeated a great team, Lakewood Christian School, from McAlester to win the Heartland Christian Athletic Association (HCAA) state championship. Final score: 46-31
We think J.M. Davis Arms & Historical Museum is a treasure for Claremore and all of Oklahoma. For our 50th anniversary we want to share the stories of some of our favorite artifacts.
WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL MUSEUMS — Will Rogers was the Number 1 movie star in America in 1934, and last year marked the 100th anniversary of his first movie, “Laughing Bill Hyde.” This year, the first Will Rogers Motion Picture Festival will be coming to Claremore, October 30-November 3.
Cub Scouts of Pack 141 enjoyed a full day of S.T.E.M. education at the Tulsa Aerospace Museum and Planetarium. This is the pack’s second year for this S.T.E.M. education funded by the Son’s of the American Legion and several Claremore businesses.
CLAREMORE, Okla.—TTCU Federal Credit Union announced that they paid out over $2,984,000 in member rewards dividends in 2018, a six percent increase over 2017 payouts after an especially strong year for the credit union.
STILLWATER, Okla– When the weather is cold and limiting outdoor activities, it is a good time to tackle some house cleaning projects you may have been putting on the back burner.
SEQUOYAH – Three-point shots can be either a blessing or a curse. Sometimes both. Sequoyah found it to be true against Fort Gibson Tuesday night at Olan Graham Field House.
OWASSO, Okla. – As the world of golf gathers together in Orlando during the 2019 PGA Merchandise Show, Folds of Honor reveals its fundraising total, $7,077,260, from the 2018 Patriot Golf Day campaign. The money raised through Patriot Golf Day will fund educational scholarships for the spous…
CATOOSA - The Class 5A No. 16 Claremore Lady Zebras toppled the Class 5A No. 19 Bishop Kelley Lady Comets 41-34 in overtime in the seventh place game of the Port City Classic Saturday at the Catoosa Indian Activity Center.
2019 Sequoyah Basketball Homecoming Court: (L-R) Dakota Page; Jr. Attendant, Halle Tatham; Caleb Foust; Sr. Attendant, Mikela Campos; Sr, Attendant, Callie Schultz; Flower Girl, Liv Swant; Jacob Eaton; Zach Perry, Queen Tori Wood; Crown Bearer, Jenson Walters; Nate McKellips; Sr. Attendant, …
VERDIGRIS - Fresh off winning the Locust Grove Tournament championship over the weekend, coach Mike Buntin was afraid of a “trap’’ for his Verdigris Lady Cardinals against Miami Tuesday night on Homecoming. He needn’t have worried.
Monday night marked the 14th Annual “Field of Dreams” Baseball Banquet, at the Claremore Convention Center. Special guest speaker, former New York Yankee, Chris Chambliss topped the list of local and national baseball celebrities, that included Washington Nationals’ announcer, Bob Carpenter;…
OOLOGAH – Riding the offensive performances of Double Dynamite duo Hailey Grant and Amy Cox, Claremore fashioned a uneventful 56-39 victory over Tulsa Memorial, securing the third-place trophy Saturday at the Oologah Tournament in Mustang Arena.
OOLOGAH – Just when it seemed as though Claremore was about to experience new life against Tulsa Rogers in the semifinals of the Oologah Tournament, the unbeaten Lady Ropers snatched it away.
OOLOGAH – Oh what a frigid third period Berryhill suffered against Claremore in the opening round of the Oologah Tournament on Thursday. And even then the Lady Zebras were forced to struggle and hold on for a 50-44 victory over the Maidens at Mustang Arena.
The Sequoyah High School Basketball program will celebrate its 2019 Homecoming Coronation on Friday, Jan 18th at the Olan Graham Field House. Homecoming festivities will commence at 6:00 PM, followed by the boys varsity game against the Wagner Bulldogs at approximately 6:30 PM. This year the…
SEQUOYAH – Senior Tori Wood placed the Sequoyah Lady Eagles’ offense squarely on her back and carried the home team to a 63-52 victory over Catoosa Monday night at Olan Graham Field House.
CATOOSA - It was a split decision for the Catoosa Indians and the Verdigris Cardinals on the basketball court Friday night at the Catoosa Indian Activity Center.
There are very few firearms that are more commonly known than the Walther PPK. Not everyone may know what a Walther PPK is, what caliber it is, or what separates it from a Walther PP, but almost everyone knows WHO uses a Walther PPK. Ian Fleming’s licensed to kill British Secret Service agen…
- Couple arrested after infant tests positive for amphetamines
- Meet the Doc: local woman brings her practice home
- Oologah native serves as a member of U.S. Navy’s ‘Silent Service’ in Pearl Harbor
- Studio Ninety Nine brings barre, yoga downtown
- Changes coming to Claremore Main Street
- Claremore Seeing Red
- Claremore-Sequoyah High School senior serves as state senate page
- SUSPECT IN CUSTODY: Man accused of trying to run down deputies during pursuit has been found
- Live thoroughbred racing returns to Will Rogers Downs
- REVIEW: Eat pie and laugh out loud at ‘Noises Off!’ this weekend