CLAREMORE — This article appeared in the June 28, 1953 Claremore Progress by Bill Waller, Progress News Editor.
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Wildcats softball team takes on RCSO
The Claremore Wildcats Special Olympic softball team battled the Rogers County Sheriff’s Office (RCSO) Tuesday evening at Walnut Park.
Blue Star Mothers sell Memorial Day flowers in support of troops
The Rogers County Blue Star Mothers chapter will sell Memorial Day flowers today, through Sunday to help raise money for troops. Flowers and sprays will be sold from 4-6 p.m. today, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday on the corner of First and Lynn Riggs, across from the old courthouse.
Children’s lives changed through Send A Kid To Camp
Eleven-year-old Maddie has been raised by her grandparents since she was just a baby.
Rogers County resident promotes monarch migration
Monarch butterflies are migrating from the mountains in Mexico to Canada during this month.
NTC Rattlers take off at Speedfest
The Rattlers from the Environmental and Spatial Technology (EAST) Program at Northeast Technology Center’s Claremore Campus recently bared their fangs at the Speedfest III competition in Stillwater.
NTC students win state SkillsUSA contest awards
Students from Northeast Technology Center’s Pryor Campus recently won awards in this year’s SkillsUSA State Competition. Three students left the contest held in Tulsa with gold medals around their necks.
RSU financial aid director honored
Kelly Hicks, director of financial aid at Rogers State University, was recently recognized as an emerging leader among the state's financial aid officers.
CPS to participate in summer food program
The Claremore Public School District will participate in the USDA Summer Food Service Program from May 20 through Aug. 9 for children 18 and younger. Breakfast will be served from 7:30-8 a.m. and lunch from 11:30 a.m.-12 p.m at Roosa Elementary, 2001 N. Sioux
Catalayah runners reach 100 miles goal
More than 100 students joined Catalayah Elementary’s new running club this year. The program was initiated as a partnership with the Cherokee Nation Healthy Nation program following the construction of the school track last July.
Music scholarships offered to CHS seniors
Following auditions, eight Claremore High School seniors have been offered five-year scholarships for their respected university’s music program.
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