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Muskogee's Swon Brothers make finals on The Voice
Swon Brothers’ fans at the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame were more tense than a guitar string as they awaited results of NBC’s “The Voice.”
Beaches, boat ramps remain closed at Oologah Lake
Due to high lake levels from recent rain amounts, Oologah Lake swimming beaches, along with all fishing docks in Hawthorn Bluff Campground and the Blue Creek boat ramp, will remain closed for another few days, according to information provided by US Army Corps of Engineers.
OMA Alumni Reunion honors service, legacy
Nearly 300 attendees and 150 alumni participated last Friday and Saturday during the annual Oklahoma Military Academy Alumni Association at Rogers State University. OMA, hailed as the “West Point of the Southwest,” operated on College Hill in Claremore from 1919-1971 before it transitioned into RSU.
Youngsters ready for weeklong camp
Fred and Betty have been raising their grandson, Jimmy, for several years and recently adopted him.
Public no show for budget meeting
The Claremore City Council asked the public Monday to provide comments on the 2013-14 budget, but no one showed up.
Southern Baptists re-elect first black president
The Southern Baptist Convention re-elected its first black president, the Rev. Fred Luter Jr., at its annual meeting Tuesday.
Computer upgrade to close court clerk’s office Thursday
Rogers County District Court Clerk Kim Henry will close her office Thursday by court order due to computer issues.
Ray booked into Tulsa County Jail, posts bail
Owasso City Manager Rodney Ray was booked Tuesday afternoon into the Tulsa County Jail on charges of writing a bogus check for more than $1,000, a felony, and making a false report of a crime, a misdemeanor.
Local nurse recognized at state Capitol
Claremore resident and RN Denise Miller-Crakaal was selected to serve as “Nurse of the Day” on May 9 at the state Capitol in OKC. Miller-Crakaal provided services at the Capitol’s first aid station, which serves Oklahoma Legislators, their staff and hundreds of visitors each day.
Cameras coming to sheriff’s patrol cars
Rogers County deputies will soon receive cameras in all county patrol vehicles.
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