UPDATE: Recent county tax vote could be invalid
Voters went to the polls on Tuesday passing the renewal of the Rogers County One-Cent Sales Tax, however doubts over legal publication of the election are creating concern that the election could be invalid.
RSU to host Cherokee council election forums
The June 22nd Cherokee tribal council elections will be the subject of a series of forums produced by RSU Public Television. The forums will be at 6 p.m. on June 3 in the Baird Hall Performance Studio on the Rogers State University Claremore campus.
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.
Voters to decide One-Cent Sales Tax
Rogers County voters go to the polls today to decide if a One-Cent Road Tax will be renewed.Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Cowling's editorials wins 1st place at AP/ONE
Claremore Daily Progress Editor Randy Cowling captured first place for editorials Saturday during the Associated Press/Oklahoma News Executives competition in Norman.
Progress Sports Editor Ritter wins 1st place at AP/ONE
Claremore Daily Progress Sports Editor Tim Ritter was awarded first place for his photography Saturday during the Associated Press/Oklahoma News Executives competition in Norman.
Progress Reporter Wilken named Best New Journalist at AP/ONE
Claremore Daily Progress reporter Salesha Wilken was named the Best New Journalist of the Year Saturday during the Associated Press/Oklahoma News Executives competition in Norman.
Senior to Senior: Soon-to-be grads get advice from elders
As another school year comes to a close, high school seniors prepare themselves for life after graduation. Faced with more responsibilities and decisions, the transition can be a difficult one to make for students.
Emergency Management audit reveals documentation lapses
Oklahoma State Auditor Gary Jones recently released the results of a turnover audit for Rogers County Emergency Management, listing several findings due to a lack of proper documentation.
Get Your ‘Clicks’ on Route 66 crackdown continues Friday
This Friday, law enforcement agencies across eight states will be taking part in the quarterly “Get Your ‘Clicks’ on Route 66” seat belt crackdown, enforcing seat belt and child passenger safety laws. The high-visibility mobilization runs for 24 hours on Friday.
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