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It didn't end the same way last year, but it starts the same way this year... [Read More]
Recently, Cherokee Nation hosted a special group of legal experts from across America. Almost 40 U.S. attorneys gathered in northeast Oklahoma for part of a... [Read More]
Circumstances beyond our control usually leave us impatient, antsy, and sometimes, downright irritable. Those things out of our control can also lead us to take... [Read More]
Maybe you've heard of them, maybe you haven't, but podcasts are basically radio on the internet, on demand. They are surprisingly popular, and according to... [Read More]
TTCU Federal Credit Union presented a $500 donation to Verdigris Public School District as part of their School Pride program. Over the past eleven years,... [Read More]
Cherokee Nation citizen Kaitlyn Pinkerton, 15, of Claremore, was crowned 2018-19 Junior Miss Cherokee after competing at the 27th Annual Junior Miss Cherokee Competition Saturday. [Read More]
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RSU Hillcamp, freshmen orientation, ended Friday with "Protocol Mission," a series of challenges that freshmen competed in as teams. This year 145 freshmen participated in... [Read More]
Claremore, Claremore Sequoyah, Oologah and Catoosa competed in the annual Rogers County Rumble Friday at Lantow Field. The four teams competed against each other in... [Read More]
Claremore and Catoosa competed at the Coweta Volleyball Invitational this past weekend, and the Lady Zebras made it all the way to the championship game... [Read More]
After a 6-1 loss to Sand Springs Friday at the Rogers State University Softball Festival, the Lady Zebras fell to Tahlequah Sequoyah 6-0 on Saturday... [Read More]
The Cherokee Nation honored four veterans with the tribe's Medal of Patriotism during the August Tribal Council meeting. [Read More]
The Inola Board of Trustees announced Monday plans to alert Inola residents, by distributing letters, that property owners are responsible for covering or repairing sewer... [Read More]
The RoCo Readers program, sponsored by the Rogers County Literacy Council, is in desperate need for volunteers to fill the need for this year's expanded... [Read More]
Last October, both Claremore and Lincoln Christian were getting eliminated in the first round of the Class 5A State Volleyball Championships at Sand Springs High... [Read More]
If you missed the Grand Opening of the Renovated Lynn Riggs/Oklahoma! Exhibit and Claremore Premier showing of the film "OKLAHOMA!" that everyone is talking about,... [Read More]
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The Rogers State women's cross country team ranked sixth in the 2018 Heartland Conference Women's Cross Country Preseason Poll as announced by the league on... [Read More]
After day one was washed away at the RSU Softball Festival, the Claremore girls salvaged some game time Friday afternoon at Diamond Sports Complex in... [Read More]
When Oklahoma State football players sprint across the field, larger-than-life versions of them will appear on a colossal screen in the east end zone. [Read More]
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