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Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club Announces Officers for 2020

The Indian Women's Pocahontas Club is pleased to announce the new officers for 2020: Jennifer Brunn, president; Ruth Ann Weaver, vice-president; Celeste Tillery, secretary;...

Watch a Stickball Demonstration in Claremore!

On Sunday, June 9th, the Rogers County Cherokee Association (RCCA) will host a free special demonstration to teach the community about the ancient game...

Cherokee Nation Donates to Claremore Shelter and Others!

The Cherokee Nation donated a total of $90,000 to six domestic violence shelters on Tuesday. Each shelter received $15,000, including Women in Safe Homes Inc.,...

Cherokee Nation Donates $55,000 to Local Law Enforcement

Cherokee Nation Tribal Councilors Keith Austin and Janees Taylor joined Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr. to present checks totaling more than $55,000 to...

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Leadership Rogers County Visits Area Non-Profits

It was Quality of Life Day for the 2021 class of Leadership Rogers County. The class toured and met with multiple Claremore area nonprofits...

Local Author Releases ‘Camelot’ on Amazon

Halloween is right around the corner, but finding spooky fun might be a challenge this year. Cheer up, horror lovers! One of our own...

Where to See Spooky Decorations in Claremore!

Since it's not time to look at Christmas lights yet, why not drive the family around and check out Halloween decorations? Claremore resident Lori...

Watch Powerful Film “Resilience” for FREE!

The Northeast Workforce Board is pleased to partner with the Potts Family Foundation to co-host this extraordinary event in Northeast Oklahoma. The event will...

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