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.
Senate passes bill to ease FAA furloughs
With flight delays mounting, the Senate approved hurry-up legislation Thursday night to end air traffic controller furloughs blamed for inconveniencing large numbers of travelers.
Chamber opposes 1-cent tax renewal
The Claremore Chamber of Commerce board voted this week to oppose the renewal of the Rogers County 1-cent road tax extension on May 14.
Local production company brings horror film to Claremore
Independent film production company Miracle Pictures and Director Michael Cunningham bring their second short film “The Hunted” to Claremore, with filming to begin in early June. “The Hunted” was written in collaboration with writer Ryan A. Brandt of Broken Arrow.
American expects flights to return to normal
American Airlines is promising to run a near-normal operation on Wednesday, and that would be just fine for the tens of thousands of passengers who were stranded by a mammoth technology meltdown at the nation’s third-biggest airline.
Hobby Lobby increases bottom wage to $14 per hour
Oklahoma City-based Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. says it is raising its bottom-level wage for full-time employees to $14 per hour.
RealtyTrac: US home repossessions fell in March
The number of U.S. homes repossessed by lenders last month fell to the lowest level in more than five years, the latest evidence that the nation’s foreclosure crisis is abating amid an improving housing market.
Cole, Mullin propose bill to aid gas can makers
Two Oklahoma congressmen have introduced a measure meant to protect gasoline can manufacturers from frivolous lawsuits that can drive them out of business.
Post Office delaying elimination of Saturday delivery
The U.S. Postal Service says it will delay plans to cut Saturday mail delivery because Congress isn’t allowing the change.
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