CLAREMORE — Dallas-based Trinity Industries Inc., which closed its Tulsa plant in 2008, is acquiring Otter Tail Corp., DMI Industries.
Senate set to pass half-trillion dollar farm bill
The Senate is poised to pass a five-year, half-trillion-dollar farm bill Monday that would expand government subsidies for crop insurance, rice and peanuts while making small cuts in the food stamp program.
‘A Day Without Business’: Summit to train businesses in continuity planning
If disaster occurred, how long could your company go without doing business and still survive?
Thompson resigning economic development post
Mickey Thompson has submitted his resignation as executive director of the Claremore and Rogers County Development Authorities and the Claremore Rogers County Partnership.
Council approves preparation of new Holiday Inn Express
Claremore looks to pick up a spare with action Monday to approve plans for a Holiday Inn Express to be built where the city’s former bowling alley was located at 1400 S. Country Club Rd.
Google, Pryor launch public network
The City of Pryor and Google launched the community’s new, free public Wi-Fi network Saturday morning in downtown Pryor. The community launch marks the first free high-speed wireless internet initiative in Oklahoma.
Downtown renovation reveals hidden history
When downtown business owner Virginia Belt began renovating the interior of Nostalgia Nook, little did she realize she would uncover part of Claremore’s past.
Don’t Leave Oklahoma!
May is graduation season. As I have done every year as Lt. Governor, I have given multiple commencement speeches. Advice flows freely during this time and it usually runs the gamut. What to do, what not to do, how to do ‘x’, be sure not to do ‘y’…Too often commencement speakers speak in big generalities. So general, the message is frequently lost or forgotten.
‘This Land Radio’ to air in June on RSU’s KRSC-FM
The new radio show that focuses on life and culture in Middle America, “This Land Radio,” will be coming to Rogers State University Radio starting in June, as part of a broadcast partnership between the two organizations.
RSU bats $243,000 into local economy with NAIA tourney
Rogers State University gave the City of Claremore an economic boost as the recent hosts of the NAIA Baseball and Softball opening round tournaments.
Rogers County resident appointed to Cherokee Phoenix editorial board
Rogers County resident Keith Austin will serve as the newest member of the Cherokee Phoenix editorial board. Austin is a longtime small business owner and advocate of the free press.
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