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Claremore grad promoted to Colonel in USAF; will begin air attaché training
Former Verdigris resident Brian Bell has dedicated his life to serving his country in the Air Force.
REVIEW: Fast and Furious 6
Somewhere at the beginning of “Fast & Furious 6,” upon viewing a crime scene which involved a great deal of vehicular mayhem (yes, “vehicular mayhem” is a thing), FBI agent Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) says the following: “There’s only one crew in the world that could get this done.”
Camp funds still needed
Tomorrow morning, 45 children will board a bus to Heart O’Hills Salvation Army camp in Tahlequah for a week of summer fun.
Vietnam veterans converge in Claremore for reunion, activities
J.M. Davis Arms & Historical Museum was the starting point for a group of nearly 30 Vietnam veterans on Friday, as members of Company C, 1st Battalion, 22nd Infantry gathered in Claremore for a day of sight-seeing.
Camp fund still nearly $4,000 short of goal
Share the Spirit’s “Send a Kid to Camp” fund has just surpassed the $4,000 mark, still well below the $7,875 needed to send 45 Rogers County kids to Heart O’Hills Salvation Army camp next week.
Students assist with GIS mapping of RSU Nature Reserve
Students from the Environmental and Spatial Technology (EAST) program at Northeast Technology Center’s Claremore Campus are improving the landscape of the RSU Nature Reserve in more ways than one.
NTC EAST students organize summer camp
Students from the Environmental and Spatial Technology (EAST) program at Northeast Technology Center in Claremore are working to develop opportunities while exposing future students to what EAST has to offer.
Safenet teams up with Hay Capital Open Rodeo
Safenet Services, Inc. has formed a partnership with the Inola Roundup Club to help “Round-Up” funds during the Hay Capital Open Rodeo, June 21-22.
Crutchfield named Administrator of the Year
Northeast Technology Center’s Deputy Superintendent Roger Crutchfield was named the District 20 Assistant Superintendent/Central Office Administrator of the Year Wednesday by the Oklahoma Association of School Administrators.
Progress readers help children go to camp
A close-knit family of five is doing what they can to stay afloat in these tough economic times.Joe, the dad, is on disability. Lisa, the mom, recently found out she has diabetes.
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