County requests state audit
The Rogers County Commissioners are requesting State Auditor Gary Jones perform an audit of the county’s emergency management department.
Secrecy masked as public welfare
The Rogers County Commissioners will be meeting at 3:15 p.m. on Thursday behind closed doors to discuss the county’s Emergency Management Inventory and expenditures.
Rogers County Drug Court impacts recovery
Every other Friday afternoon, the Drug Court Docket consists of individuals trying to make a life change.
Stories of Hope: Relay for Life Kick off
Rogers County Relay for Life kicked off this year's campaign in style featuring guest speaker and cancer survivor Rei Hamby.
Commissioners to review legal publications
The Rogers County Commissioners will discuss on next Wednesday a proposal concerning the publication of commissioner’s proceedings; bids; legal ads and notices in the newspaper.
RCYS director, CASA rep stress value of Rogers County United Way
Claremore Rotary Club members hosted the heads of two local agencies — Rogers County Youth Services and Tri-County CASA — both of whom lauded Rogers County United Way.
Take the money and run for office
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.
A-F grading scale - Area superintendents have similar concerns regarding state’s new grading system
The Oklahoma state school board unanimously voted Monday to delay the release of the new A-F grading scale until Oct. 25.
County due $110,000 in uncollected fines
Rogers County Court Clerk Candi Czapansky is facing tough questions in light of a recent discovery that her office has not been properly filing driver license suspensions according to state statute.
Home-front effort at homeland security not paying off
Millions of taxpayer dollars spent on efforts to prevent terrorism were poorly invested, according to a study released today by the U.S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations. The bipartisan investigation, led by Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., found that the Department of Homeland Security’s work with state and local fusion centers “has not produced useful intelligence to support federal counterterrorism efforts.”
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