CLAREMORE — Claremore City Manager Jim Thomas received a very warm welcome Tuesday as many community leaders, business owners and members of the community gathered at the J.M. Davis Arms & Historical Museum.
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Send a Kid to Camp fundraiser begins
With school now out for most of Rogers County, it’s that time of year when many families are planning their summer activities.
‘This Land Radio’ to air in June on RSU’s KRSC-FM
The new radio show that focuses on life and culture in Middle America, “This Land Radio,” will be coming to Rogers State University Radio starting in June, as part of a broadcast partnership between the two organizations.
RSU bats $243,000 into local economy with NAIA tourney
Rogers State University gave the City of Claremore an economic boost as the recent hosts of the NAIA Baseball and Softball opening round tournaments.
Plans to fund Okla. pop culture museum still alive
Backers of a museum devoted to Oklahoma popular culture said they're still hopeful state lawmakers will approve $40 million for the project before adjourning in two weeks.
Driver killed in two-vehicle crash
An early morning two-vehicle crash claimed one man's life. Two vehicles collided at South 425 Road and West 590 Road.
Ribbon cutting set for District 1 bridge
Rogers County District 1 Commissioner Dan DeLozier will host a ribbon cutting ceremony at 2 p.m. Monday at Bridge #79 over Dog Creek on E450 in Rogers County.
Rogers County resident appointed to Cherokee Phoenix editorial board
Rogers County resident Keith Austin will serve as the newest member of the Cherokee Phoenix editorial board. Austin is a longtime small business owner and advocate of the free press.
Claremore hosts dump day June 1
The City of Claremore will host a dump day for residents from 8 a.m. to noon on June 1 at several locations.The event is a public service for residents sponsored by the city and Cherokee Nation CRC, according to Stormwater Manager Charlene Lawrence.
Fallin urges Okla. Legislature for health care fix
Gov. Mary Fallin proposed a last-minute legislative change on Friday to the state's Insure Oklahoma program that would direct $50 million in state tobacco taxes to pay for more than 9,000 people who are expected to lose their health insurance under the program.
Click It or Ticket: Claremore PD to take part in national mobilization
The Claremore Police Department will participate in the annual “Click It or Ticket” mobilization set for Monday through June 2.
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