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Discussions concerning the public’s access to 911 phone records and operational information for the new E911 center were treated with care by Commissioner Mike Helm and Assistant District Attorney David Iski, during a special meeting of the Rogers County E911 Advisory Board.
Gov. Fallin issues statewide burn ban
As drought conditions continue to worsen across Oklahoma, Gov. Mary Fallin has announced that a ban on outdoor burning for all 77 Oklahoma counties is effective immediately.
OETA broadcasting Will Rogers’ 1920s film
OETA will broadcast Will Rogers’ 1920s film by Peter C. Rollins at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 14. Oklahoma’s favorite son comments on the political, economic, ecological, and social issues of his day, according to the filmmaker.
Crews cleaning up graffiti in District 1
Rogers County Commissioner Dan DeLozier is working to address a graffiti issue in District 1 as crews work to repaint bridge areas that have been recently tagged.
REWARD OFFERED: Chelsea calf slaughter case continues
Investigators with the Rogers County Sheriff’s office continue to look for suspects that are responsible for the slaughter of a calf near Chelsea.
Nowata/Rogers water district borrows $575K for projects
A northeastern Oklahoma rural water district is borrowing more than half a million dollars from the Oklahoma Water Resources Board to refinance three loans at a lower interest rate.
Brush fire near Chelsea proving a challenge
Firefighters from several area departments are battling a brush fire near Chelsea.
Presidential Primary: Voters to select who gets Oklahoma’s 40 delegates
Rogers County voters head to the polls today to cast ballots in the 2012 Presidential Primary election.
Reba reveals painful past, lessons in OWN special
More than 20 years after a plane crash killed seven members of her band and her tour manager, Reba McEntire can still clearly see the hotel room she was in when she got the news.
Some Rogers County residents losing cable service Saturday
Some area residents may experience a complete black out of cable television by years end as Zoom Media LLC discontinues services for customers in Claremore, Pryor, Collinsville and Owasso scheduled for Saturday.
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