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The Claremore Navy JROTC program is hosting a drawing for over $225 in local dining and items to raise money for Zebras United Against Cancer. [Read More]
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High school football seems to fly by faster and faster each year, and 2019 was no different. [Read More]
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Playing a complete game, the Verdigris Cardinals boys cruised to a complete victory over Jay Friday night at Collins Sports Complex. [Read More]
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It was a tale of two games on Friday night. [Read More]
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Oklahoma could exhale Saturday night after the final chip that all but cemented its place in the College Football Playoff had fallen. [Read More]
A popular TSET grant program that promotes improved health and wellbeing in schools and communities is now accepting applications. [Read More]
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A look at report cards shows schools in Rogers County are, well, average. [Read More]
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Throughout the month of November, Chic-fil-A employees sold gallons of tea, with $1 from every gallon going to the Claremore Public Schools Foundation. [Read More]
State Question 792 opened up the sale of strong alcoholic beverages to any establishment with a beer and liquor license. [Read More]
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The spirit of giving is alive and well in Claremore. [Read More]
Tags: Claremore - gift - child
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Reports of a safe on fire in the middle of the roadway resulted in felony arson and burglary charges being filed. [Read More]
Tags: Safe - Reports - fire
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Rogers State University celebrated the beginning of the holiday season with its annual "Holiday on the Hill" lighting ceremony earlier this week. Guests enjoyed musical... [Read More]
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The holiday season is officially underway at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa with the unveiling of the 2019 gingerbread house that pays homage to... [Read More]
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Bim Steve Bruner and David Hill face off in the general election for principal chief of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. [Read More]
MMIW stands for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. For too many Native women, violence is an ever-present threat. Murder is the third leading cause of... [Read More]
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Laynie Nichols never expected to become a long-distance running phenomenon. [Read More]
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Constitutional and legal battles involving the state of Oklahoma were the topic of the day when Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter came to town. [Read More]
All of my life I have been surrounded by ladies. The list starts with my mother and follows with a love-filled cadence of grandmother, several... [Read More]
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