CLAREMORE — The Rogers County Commissioners approved bids Monday for the construction of the new E911 Center.
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Businesses feel financial crush
Several small business located on J.M. Davis Boulevard in Claremore are asking for help after road construction has critically impaired sales.
RSU alumnus, faculty member brings online community idea to life
Rogers State University alumnus Brandon Irby will soon launch 20u, an online community and “go-to source of actionable advice” for twenty-something year olds.
Residents advised to beware of home repair fraud
The Rogers County Sheriff’s Office is advising county residents to be aware of possible home repair fraud after one Oologah man reported an incident on June 17.
Truck, copper theft arrested in Claremore
Rogers County Sheriff’s deputies arrested an identified suspect responsible for the May theft of a pickup truck and 3,000 pounds of stranded copper stolen from a ranch near Chelsea.
Collision with semi in Rogers County sends mother and son to Tulsa hospital
A two-vehicle collision involving a semi truck in Rogers County sent a mother and son from Hulburt to a Tulsa hospital Wednesday morning.
Ham Radio operators ready for Annual Field Day
Amateur radio operators or “hams” from the Mayes County Amateur Radio and the Rogers County Wireless Association will present an Amateur Radio Field Day from 1 p.m. Saturday until 1 p.m. Sunday at the Claremore Expo Center.
Commissioners seek help to clean up county
Rogers County Commissioner Kirt Thacker seeks help to clean up abandoned structures, burned homes and overgrown areas.
City budget approved with utility rate hikes
The Claremore City Council approved the 2013-14 budget including utility rate increases for water, trash and sewer services.
Supermarket starts construction in Oologah
Apple Market, Doc’s Food Stores and Associated Wholesale Grocers will host a ground breaking at 1 p.m. on Monday at Hwy. 169 and Hwy. 88 in Oologah.
UPDATE: Oil pipeline inspection underway at Oologah Lake
A routine maintenance inspection of an oil pipeline below the floor of Oologah Lake is currently underway, according to information provided by the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers Tulsa District.
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