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Rogers State Cross Country and Track & Field Head Coach Chris McCormick has announced his retirement from collegiate coaching to pursue a career outside the coaching industry, effective December 6, 2019. "This has been an exciting and fulfilling experience at RSU these last nine and a half years," said McCromick. "I have been so privileged to see and experience the growth and success of the Claremore community, the RSU campus, and the Hillcat family." "We would like to thank Chris and his family for their dedication and support of the Hillcat Cross Country and Track & Field programs, as well as all of Hillcat Athletics, over the last decade," said Athletic Director Chris Ratcliff. "He has led the Hillcats with honor and integrity and helped build a tremendous program during his decade here at Rogers State." McCormick has guided the cross country and track & field programs at Rogers State since their...
Gymnastics City is hosting a Ninja Challenge Competition on Saturday, November 16, from 1p - 3p. The contest is open to the public; you do not have to be a Gym City student! The Ninja Challenge is for beginner boys and girls, ages 4.5 - 16 years. Entry fee is $15 per participant. There is a spectator fee of $2 for everyone 12 and older. Click here to register!
If you're on the hunt for your dream home, visit Coldwell Banker online. Check out this home sitting on 20 acres! Open house this weekend! Saturday 2PM-4PM 8745 E 126th Place Saturday 2p-4p 8553 E Amber CourtSaturday 2p-4p 8319 N 149th East AvenueSaturday 11a-1p 8023 Forrest Glenn Road
Each month, CASA of Northeast Oklahoma celebrates the advocacy of one of our CASA volunteers. This month, we are highlighting the service of Lisa Stiles. Stiles has served in Rogers County as a volunteer advocate for two years. Stiles is committed to serving in many roles within her community. In addition to teaching fitness classes, she works with the Rogers County Election Board, volunteers as an usher for the Performance Arts Center in Tulsa, and volunteers in multiple ministries at Bible Church of Owasso. Stiles’ demanding schedule is further filled with her tireless work with CASA. In the last two years, Stiles has contributed significantly to two successful cases and is working on a third. The results of the first two cases have been the highlights of her service so far. “The best part of volunteering so far was seeing a little girl being adopted by a family who loves her...
Santa Cash is happening all over town, including Solid Rock Realtors! Shop local this holiday season with this fun campaign brought to you by the Claremore Area Chamber of Commerce. You could win $10,000! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKMCcPwO0A8
On November 7, 2019, Claremore High School Navy Junior ROTC conducted a Veterans Day Assembly to honor those that have served our great country. During the assembly, Claremore High School bore witness to a special and long overdue high school graduation! They honored an American hero who never got the chance to graduate high school because of his service in World War II. Mr. Lewie Shaw left high school to enlist in the Marine Corps and serve his country in 1943. Corporal Shaw’s combat service with the 4th Marine Division included battles of Tinian, Saipan, and Iwo Jima. On a mission in Saipan, Corporal Shaw was wounded by grenade shrapnel and never reported it, so he could keep fighting the enemy. Mr. Shaw returned home to Claremore after the War in 1946 and has been an outstanding member of our community. At 95 years old, CHS added to that great uniform...
The Hillcrest Hospital Claremore Auxiliary, with a membership of more than 80 active volunteers, donates more than 12,000 hours of service each year. Since 1969, the Auxiliary has donated tens of thousands of dollars in hospital equipment and scholarships to students in pursuits of careers in the medical field. On Nov. 8, the hospital celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Auxiliary. Pictured from left: Melba Quinton, Beverly Semkoff, Edith Kay, Mary Ann Wilson
Photo credit: Indiana Kitchen Buddy's Grill in Claremore is once again offering hams for the holidays! At Buddy's, a 13(ish)-lb ham is seasoned and smoked to perfection. You can enjoy your Thanksgiving without having to slave over the hot oven, and you can worry about cooking mashed taters and pumpkin pie instead. These boneless pit hams are $6 per pound, and you can order a whole ham or a half. The deadline for Thanksgiving is Friday, November 22. Buddy's will also be open for breakfast on Thanksgiving morning from 8a - 12p.
Whether you're picking up a dog toy or cattle feed at Stillwater Milling, don't forget to ask for your Santa Cash tickets! Shop local this holiday season. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wY1ZeuXH5-I