CLAREMORE — Campaign finance reports for Rogers County District 2 Commissioner Mike Helm and Rogers County County Clerk-elect Robin Anderson show that vendors made multiple contributions to their 2012 campaigns.
Helm, Anderson get campaign money from vendors which may have violated state law
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UPDATED: ME releases names of tornado victims
Ten children, including two infants, are among the victims of Monday’s tornado, according to the state Medical Examiner.
UPDATE: How you can help the recovery
Several local organizations are pulling together to collect items to assist survivors from the Moore tornado.
1-cent tax vote not certified, Commissioners delay action until Tuesday
Rogers County voters will have to wait until Tuesday to find out if the 1-cent Sales Tax election May 14 will be voided.
President Obama to visit Moore on Sunday
President Barack Obama will travel to tornado-ravaged Moore on Sunday.
Oklahoma tornado damage could top $2 billion
The cost of a massive tornado that battered an Oklahoma City suburb could be more than $2 billion, according to a preliminary estimate announced Wednesday by the Oklahoma Insurance Department.
Officials vow not to quit looking until everyone is found
The tornado that killed 24 people and injured at least 100 others in the Moore and Oklahoma City area cut a 17-mile-long path that started in Newcastle and ended at Lake Stanley Draper. Nine of the dead are children.
Lawmakers to take up tornado recovery bill
Oklahoma lawmakers are preparing to take up legislation to appropriate $45 million in emergency funds to help pay for recovery efforts following deadly tornadoes in central Oklahoma.
FBI: Man fatally shot in Boston bombing probe
A man being questioned by authorities in the Boston bombing probe was fatally shot when he initiated a violent confrontation, FBI officials said Wednesday.
Proposed budget balances fee increases with infrastructure improvements
The Claremore City Council will host a special meeting workshop to discuss a 2013-14 budget that would include several fee increases.
Election Board does not certify 1-Cent Sales Tax vote
The Rogers County Election Board voted Tuesday not to certify results of the May 14 One-Cent Sales Tax election on advice from Assistant District Attorney David Iski.
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