Red Cross provides canteens for emergency responders in first two days of August
In just the first two days of August, the Tulsa Red Cross provided seven canteens for emergency responders and responded to at least three major widespread fires.
Keep vulnerable Oklahomans in mind during heat wave
Oklahomans should pay special attention to relatives, friends and neighbors who might be vulnerable to heat-related illness.
New certified Healthy Oklahoma programs
The Rogers County Health Department is urging local schools and communities to take advantage of two new programs designed to improve the health of Rogers County residents.
Dialysis patient Fossa addresses Rotary Club
Dialysis patient and kidney failure survivor Tom Fossa addressed members of the Rotary Club of Claremore this week, enlightening them on the severity of CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease) through statistics and his personal story.
Extreme heat hard on vehicles
Regardless of the kind of car you drive, when the temperature gets into and stays in the triple digits, you’re the owner of a “hot” rod.
High temperatures, high risk for heat related illnesses
Humorist Mark Twain is often credited with having said everyone complains about the weather, but no one does anything about it.
Nurses clown around for National Clown Week
Laura Neal is a registered nurse making a decent living at the DaVita Claremore Dialysis Clinic — but really, she wants to be a clown.
Pets require extra care in this heat
With no relief from the record-breaking temperatures in sight, Claremore Animal Control supervisor Jean Hurst wants to make sure people are taking care of their pets during the extreme heat.
12 deaths now blamed on heat in Oklahoma
The number of confirmed heat-related deaths in Oklahoma is now 12 with autopsies pending on 10 other possible heat-deaths.
A Life Saved: AXH employees act fast during coworker’s heart attack
It was just another day for Mike Alexander.
An ordinary day.
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