Absentee ballots may predict voter turnout
The Rogers County one-cent road tax election on May 14 is stirring interest among voters as an unusual number of residents rush to return absentee ballots.
Commissioners meet to discuss historical items
Rogers County Commissioners will meet Monday to discuss several items regarding memorial markers and other historical artifacts.
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.
GARDEN PARTY: Will Rogers Park project blooms
The Will Rogers Park project is gaining ground as committee leader Crystal Campbell recently received the first donations for the renovation project.
Rogers County offers free Wi-Fi hotspot
Rogers County is now offering free Wi-Fi access to visitors at the new courthouse.
Mullin votes to expedite Keystone
U.S. Rep. Markwayne Mullin (OK-2) voted Wednesday in the House Natural Resources Committee to expedite approval of the Keystone XL Pipeline project.
County purchases early warning system
The Rogers County Commissioners approved Monday a measure to purchase services from Everbridge Early Warning System.
‘Promises made, promises kept’ GRDA’s head on rate decrease
The Grand River Dam Authority will lower rates in July to fulfill a commitment made to customers to return rates to 2009 levels.
Legislators address city leaders at Chamber breakfast
State Senators and Representatives met with municipal leaders during the Claremore Chamber of Commerce Legislative Breakfast Friday morning at the J.M. Davis Gun Museum.
Commissioners to meet in new building
The Rogers County Commissioners will be meeting 9 a.m. Monday in the new courthouse on the first floor in the commissioner’s meeting room.
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