‘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.
‘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?
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.
You've been flocked donatoin
Claremore High School graduate and S.P.A.R.K. President Anthony Wolfe recently presented the American Red Cross with a $1,000 check Tuesday from the student organization’s recent “You’ve Been Flocked” fundraiser, which involved the placement and replacement of numerous pink lawn flamingos.
Senate OKs bill on 'Black Friday' sales
A bill designed to make low-price retail events like "Black Friday" sales legal in Oklahoma has been approved by the Oklahoma Senate.
Income tax receipts fuel Oklahoma revenue boost
State finance officials say an increase in income tax collections helped raise revenue collections for the month of April above those from both the prior year and the official estimate.
Sen. Burrage, Rep. Quinn give updates
Elected officials updated city leaders on issues currently facing state and local governments Friday at the Will Rogers Museum Memorial.
Sip, Savor and Shop: Annual event features local music, flavors
Claremore Main Street hosted the annual event “Taste of Claremore” Saturday evening throughout historic downtown.
Senate sends workers comp bill to Fallin
The Oklahoma Senate on Tuesday approved a Republican-backed plan to overhaul the state’s workers’ compensation system and to cut more than $100 million annually from injured worker benefits, sending the proposal to Gov. Mary Fallin for her likely signature.
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