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Police Chief: Cumming provided positive impact on city’s quality of life
I am writing this letter with the intent to express appreciation to a person who has had a positive impact on the quality of life in the City of Claremore.
Jennifer Cummings, the Animal Control Supervisor for the City of Claremore, recently informed me that she has chosen to resign from her employment with the City effective April 8th, 2011. Jennifer began her employment with the City’s Animal Shelter in September 2005. Since that time she has implemented many important programs and services to our City.
We need a wake up call to justice and hold criminals accountable
This morning as I was fixing my latte’, I stood there wondering what has happened to our Justice System.
Letters to the editor: 3-18
Rogers County residents sound off on the issues: Recent state Obamacare vote, Baker Hughes, the state museum bill and federal funding of NPR.
Residents fire back over museum bill
Residents sound off on bill threatening to close Claremore museums
Claremore residents speak out
Jobs and Business Development:
Bring restaurants and retail to support the numbers moving to Claremore and Pryor due to the Industrial Complex.
Letter to the editor: What about others? 1/14/11
At the risk of sounding argumentative, let me sound off on a current event that appears, at least to me, to be somewhat of a double standard.
This week we have seen several pictures as well as at length video of a memorial service for victims of the recent gunman shooting rampage in Tucson, Arizona.
Letters to the editor for 1/11/11
Letters to the editor for 1/11
CCVB works behind the scenes
I would like to thank Tom Pool, Chairman of the Claremore Heritage Museum Committee, for his letter to you on Friday, December 10. In his message, Tom referenced the Claremore Convention & Visitors Bureau (CCVB) as a “tourist information center.” I would like to share the Mission and Vision of the Claremore Convention & Visitors Bureau and provide some clarification as it pertains to our organization.
I have been very blessed over the last 20 years. Linda and I have a wonderful family, a thriving business and we live in Claremore, a wonderful small town that has been so good to us. In no small part, our success has been attributed to many of the more than 800 employees that we have had at the Hammett House. They have been our “extended family” for these incredible years.
Letters 12/7: Residents upset about recent city council decision
Residents spoke out in letters to the editor against the Claremore city council's decision to pass up a Claremore History Museum in favor of a moving the fire department administration.
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