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Warrior Dash coming to Inola
Rogers County runners who don’t mind getting a little dirty — make that very, very dirty — should get out their running shoes and head to Inola this weekend for Warrior Dash 2013.
Boyfriend arrested after threatening parents
Rogers County deputies responded Sunday night to a disturbance call in Foyil, resulting in the arrest of Jason Hughes, 20, of Tulsa.
County says yes to tax renewal
The Rogers County One-Cent sales tax has been renewed after voters took to the polls Tuesday in small numbers to support the measure.
Income tax receipts fuel Oklahoma revenue boost
State finance officials say an increase in income tax collections helped raise revenue collections for the month of April above those from both the prior year and the official estimate.
Low turnout for Sales Tax Renewal vote
Rogers County voters are heading to the polls in small numbers today and early projections show less than two percent of the 51,000 registered voters participating.
IRS focus on Tea Party groups to be subject of criminal probe
Attorney General Eric Holder ordered a criminal investigation into the Internal Revenue Service's targeting of small-government advocacy groups for extra scrutiny.
At 81, Oklahoma alumnus finally attends graduation
Harold Newland, 81, participated in commencement at the University of Oklahoma on Friday and got a new copy of the accounting degree he earned nearly 55 years ago. Newland missed graduation after earning the degree and has thought of returning to Norman ever since.
County outsources safety training to NTC
The Rogers County Commissioners approved Monday the outsourcing of safety training to Northeast Technology Center in an effort to provide better quality training to employees.
Graduates garner $4M in scholarships
A total of 307 Claremore High School seniors along with teachers, faculty, family and guests gathered for the school’s graduation ceremony Monday evening at Lantow Field.
CHS seniors reflect on mothers, friendship during annual event
Mothers and graduating students of Claremore High School gathered for the annual Senior Girls Tea Thursday afternoon at the Rogers State University Centennial Center Ballroom. Reflections and vocal dedications on behalf of the seniors were given by select students and speakers.
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