OU pushes online material as textbook alternative
Students are saving money on textbooks because of a program that puts more college course material online, according to University of Oklahoma officials.
CPS to add second resource officer
The Claremore Board of Education approved a memorandum of understanding Monday to add a second school resource officer to the district.
Students assist with GIS mapping of RSU Nature Reserve
Students from the Environmental and Spatial Technology (EAST) program at Northeast Technology Center’s Claremore Campus are improving the landscape of the RSU Nature Reserve in more ways than one.
NTC EAST students organize summer camp
Students from the Environmental and Spatial Technology (EAST) program at Northeast Technology Center in Claremore are working to develop opportunities while exposing future students to what EAST has to offer.
Crutchfield named Administrator of the Year
Northeast Technology Center’s Deputy Superintendent Roger Crutchfield was named the District 20 Assistant Superintendent/Central Office Administrator of the Year Wednesday by the Oklahoma Association of School Administrators.
Claremore residents receive OBU awards
Claremore natives Davey Billings and Timothy Livingston, juniors at Oklahoma Baptist University, received scholarships from the school’s Herschel H. Hobbs College of Theology and Ministry.
Wolfe receives national entrepreneur award
Claremore High School graduate Anthony Wolfe has been named a recipient of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB)/Michael Bozzone Young Entrepreneur Award for his video production company — Wolfe Productions.
College Women’s Leadership Award honors RSU’s Martin
Rogers State University senior Lindsey Martin has been selected as one of 21 recipients of the College Women’s Leadership Award — a national award for social activism and political engagement.
Catoosa Athletic Center now open
Catoosa Head Football Coach Aaron Meier gave a tour Wednesday of the high school’s recently completed student athletic center.
NTC Rattlers take off at Speedfest
The Rattlers from the Environmental and Spatial Technology (EAST) Program at Northeast Technology Center’s Claremore Campus recently bared their fangs at the Speedfest III competition in Stillwater.
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