Free speech group ‘honors’ attempts to censor
Idaho regulators who banned the sale of Five Wives Vodka out of fear of offending tee-totaling Mormons and a Missouri legislator who wanted to make it a felony to even propose gun control legislation are among the 2013 winners of the annual anti-censorship “Jefferson Muzzles.”
County residents get recycling day
Claremore residents will have the opportunity to dispose of household pollutants when the MET recycling program hosts a collection event from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Expo Square in Tulsa
Rogers County Courthouse offices to close during move
Rogers County Commissioners finalized plans for the move to the new courthouse beginning April 15 and some offices will be closed or have limited operations during the two-week move.
E911 Trust Authority seeks approval
Rogers County E911 Trust Authority met Thursday to discuss the approval of a trust indenture document submitted by Attorney Jim Orbson.
Municipal election experience low voter turnout
Rogers County voters turned out in low numbers for the municipal elections on Tuesday.
Claremore getting new splash pad
The Claremore City Council approved Monday $210,395 for construction of the Claremore Splash Pad.
Basler sues Material Services
The Rogers County Commissioners met Monday in executive session to discuss a pending lawsuit against Material Services of Oklahoma in which Rogers County has been named as a defendant.
Municipal voting starts Friday
Early voting begins at 8 a.m. Friday for the regular general municipal elections at the Rogers County Election Board located at 415 West 1st Street.
E911 - Commissioners continue funding discussions
The Rogers County Commissioners continued discussions this week, reaching no resolution to fund approximately $340,000 for the employees of the new E911 Center.
Haynes tapped for corrections panel
Former District 12 District Attorney Gene Haynes has been appointed by Gov. Mary Fallin to the state board that oversees Oklahoma’s prison system.
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