Vallejo Leads Hillcats In Season Opening Meet at MIAA Rust Buster

The Rogers State men's track and field team opened up the indoor track & field season on Saturday at the MIAA Rust Buster, hosted...

Claremore Main Street Announces Souper Saturday Winners!

Claremore Main Street held its annual Souper Saturday event on January 9, and the competition was definitely heating up this year! If you're unfamiliar with...

You Could Win CASH and a TV at Will Rogers Downs!

Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs is giving away tons of cash PLUS a big screen TV, just in time for your socially-distanced Super Bowl...

Claremore Public Schools Foundation Brainiac Brawl Goes Virtual

Saturday, February 6th, the Claremore Public Schools Foundation (CPSF) will hold their annual Brainiac Brawl trivia competition. CPSF works directly with the schools providing grants for furthering education and improving the student experience. Like most everything in this current time, the Brainiac Brawl will shift to a virtual platform...

Guess What’s Coming to Claremore?!

Have you noticed the dirt moving off Country Club Road in the Claremore Plaza? After much rumor and speculation, CIEDA, in partnership with the City of Claremore, is excited to formally announce that Aldi is coming to Claremore. Over the past 15 months, the City of Claremore Government Planning...

Would Your Business Host a Valentine Drop Box? Please?

Healthy Community Partnership is looking for Rogers County locations who are willing to set out a decorated box to collect Valentine's card donations for our 26 Rogers County elementary schools. If you are willing to host a Valentine's box (box provided) at your business, please contact Catherine Heimdale at...

Claremore Collective Celebrates FIVE YEARS!

It seems like just yesterday that we were at the Claremore Collective launch party at the Memorial, announcing the new professionals group for the young, and young at heart. Everyone in the Collective is working toward one goal: to make Claremore an even better place to live, work, and...

Leadership Rogers County Tours Local Schools

Despite COVID19’s impact on schools, the Leadership Rogers County class of 2021 was able to tour multiple educational facilities on Wednesday, November 4. The class started their day at Claremore Public Schools, where Superintendent Brian Frazier gave some history of the Claremore school district and followed with information on...

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RSU Homecoming Slated for January 25-30

Hillcat Homecoming 2021 is scheduled for January 25-30. The week of festivities kicks off with Paint the Town Blue, where RSU student organizations decorate downtown business windows to celebrate the red and blue! Displays will be up all week long for public viewing. On Thursday, January 28, RSU basketball faces...

Leadership Rogers County Learns About Health in the Community

The Leadership Rogers County Class of 2021 met recently for Health Day. The group heard from Eric Eaton, Director of Operations at Hillcrest Hospital in Claremore, along with George Valliere, CEO at the Indian Hospital in Claremore.    The overwhelming amount of information provided by both gentlemen gave the LRC...

Claremore Library Offers Plenty for Young Readers AND Curbside Service!

-submitted by Will Rogers Public Library Happy New Year from the Will Rogers Library. We hope this new year finds you ready to read some fun books. For young readers, “I’m Not Tired Yet!” by Marianne Richmond is a really cute bedtime story about a little boy who is excellent...

RSU Announces Men’s Soccer Schedule

The Rogers State men's soccer program and head coach Derek Larkin have announced the schedule for the upcoming spring 2021 season, as the Hillcats begin their conference championship title defense. Following the cancelation of the traditional fall schedule, this spring the Hillcats will play a six-game regular season over seven...

Congratulations, Dr. Keith Ballard!

-submitted by CIEDA Dr. Keith Ballard selected to present Northeast Oklahoma workforce initiatives at international conference Northeast Oklahoma’s STEM Initiatives were highlighted on an international stage at the Frontiers in Education (FIE) Conference, held virtually from Uppsala, Sweden. CIEDA Trustee and University of Oklahoma Professor of Professional Development, Dr. Keith Ballard,...

Let’s Give Blood, Claremore!

Oklahoma Blood Institute has several upcoming opportunities to give blood in 2021, and to receive a super cute shirt while saving lives! Lowe’s Claremore Bloodmobile Thursday, January 7, 11:00am-3:00pm All donors will receive a 2021 long-sleeve shirt. All donations will be tested for COVID-19 antibodies to identify potential convalescent plasma donors. Appointments are...

Dispose of Your Christmas Trees in Claremore!

Dispose of your non-artificial Christmas trees, leaves, and brush at the City of Claremore's FREE drop-off event on Friday, January 8, and Saturday, January 9. Items will be accepted at Walnut Park (1505 N. Jay St.) from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. both days. Then you can go home and...

Try Yoga at the Claremore MOH!

Come join the Claremore Museum of History and Dr. Sonya Munsell of RSU for free weekly yoga sessions! The MOH will be offering yoga sessions Wednesday evenings from 5 p.m. until 6 p.m. beginning on January 6th, 2021. The sessions will be overseen by Dr. Sonya E. Munsell of Rogers...

Light of Hope Food Pantry in Claremore: What They Need!

The Light of Hope food pantry is asking for the following items to help keep their supplies stocked: Peanut butter Jelly Spaghetti noodles Spaghetti-Os All canned meats Fruit Cereal Ramen noodles They are not (at this time) in need of green beans, all beans, corn, or soups. Light of Hope's food pantry is located at 400 N. JM Davis....

See Which BancFirst Employee Got a Pie in the Face!

Photo credit: FineCooking.com For the first two weeks of December, BancFirst customers were invited to vote for which BancFirst employee received a pie to the face. The three contenders were Commercial Lender Vice-Presidents Ryan Eaton and Grant Killion, and Claremore BancFirst president, Steven Burrus. For $5 per vote, the customers chose...

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