There’s a definite “Forged in Fire” feel to the Artist-Blacksmith’s Association of North America’s inaugural Iron to Art festival this weekend in Johnstown.
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Oklahoma US Senator James Lankford spoke to the monthly meeting of the Rogers County Republican Party Thursday night in Claremore. Among the issues Lankford spoke about included President Biden’s vaccine policy, and spending bills now in Congress. With Lankford is (right) Rogers County Chairman of the Republican Party, Bill Pearson.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Bryce Bethel and Taylor Throne, with Armstrong Bank in Claremore, recently completed the Oklahoma Bankers Association Consumer Lending School in Oklahoma City.
As families carve pumpkins and kids pick out Halloween costumes, one organization prepares to hit their biggest goal yet this holiday season.
Huntsville High School Principal Paul Trevino recently announced that Aidan Hill has been named a commended student in the 2022 National Merit Scholarship Program.
304 West was a place where police officers would spend late nights and long hours serving the Claremore community. Today, it is a place of rest and relaxation.
HUNTSVILLE — With brightly colored shirts and signs, Mandi and Bethanie Fuller recently embarked on a difficult mission – making the world kinder towards people with autism and epilepsy.
Bill Polacek took over Johnny’s Welding from his parents in 1987, and what was a two-room garage in Johnstown grew into JWF Industries, a manufacturing business that tapped into the worldwide economy.
Gathered on Thursday under a tent near the entrance gate to Peoples Natural Gas Park, Patient Order of Meticulous Metalsmiths members did millimeter-by-millimeter precision work on different parts of a chest they were making together.
A review of state data shows disparities in vaccination rates for both residents and employees of 26 nursing homes across Cambria, Somerset, Bedford and Blair counties.
A Johnstown man was sentenced in Cambria County court on Wednesday after he was accused of misappropriating more than $1 million in funds from his former employer.
STILLWATER – As Oklahomans pull end-of-year holiday decorations out of the attic and put away tools in sheds, they may end up disturbing some of their smallest neighbors.
HUNTSVILLE — Jason Riley, an associate professor of Supply Chain Management for the College of Business Administration at Sam Houston State University, recently received a Fulbright Specialist Program Award.
TAHLEQUAH – The Cherokee Nation is recognizing Friday, Oct. 15 as “Sequoyah Day” in honor of the 200th anniversary of Sequoyah’s creation of the Cherokee Syllabary.
HUNTSVILLE — The statewide gas price average in Texas is $2.93 for a gallon of regular unleaded fuel, according to the AAA Texas Weekend Gas Watch. That price is six cents more than on this day last week and is $1.07 more per gallon compared to this day last year.
HUNTSVILLE — Get spooked for a cause with A-1 Smith’s Septic Services, as they trade their Trail of Terror for a haunted maze this Halloween weekend that will benefit the Walker County Senior Center.
HUNTSVILLE — Five of the six contested Huntsville City Council candidates that’ll appear on the Nov. 2 ballot stopped by the Texas Prison Museum on Tuesday for a meet and greet hosted by the Republican Party of Walker County and the Walker County Republican Women organization.
This weekend, the City of Claremore Parks and Recreation Department, in partnership with the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) Wheelin’ Sportsman program, will host its third annual hunt for disabled youth and veterans.
A Tahlequah physician employed by Cherokee Nation was arrested in Chicot County, Arkansas on Tuesday for the first-degree murder of Moria Kinsey, 37, and a candlelight vigil has been slated to honor the victim.
Depending on your age, Muriel Fahrion may have created part of your childhood. Fahrion is the creator of not just Strawberry Shortcake and her pals, but the Care Bears and the Get Along Gang.
HUNTSVILLE — Pamela moved inland over Mexico’s northwest region Wednesday after slamming into the coast just north of Mazatlan earlier in the day at hurricane strength.
HUNTSVILLE — School officials at Huntsville ISD took the next step towards awarding construction contracts for $127 million worth of expansions and renovations.
New features are in flight after city councilors approved a memorandum that gives Bird the green light to take off in Claremore.
HUNTSVILLE — Walker County commissioners urged the Texas Legislature to reconsider the proposed redrawing of state congressional maps that would dilute the county’s representation by splitting it into two districts.
HUNTSVILLE — Round up your family, friends, kids and beloved fur-babies and make your way to the First United Methodist Church of Huntsville’s 10th annual pumpkin patch to plead your case to the Great Pumpkin and make your holiday wishes come true.
Raw milk produced by Swan Bros. Dairy, Inc. of Claremore is the subject of a second statewide recall in four months, according to a media release from the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry.
Oklahomans watched as a dangerous storm system ripped across the state yesterday, but Claremore escaped with no major damage, Claremore Emergency Management Director Sean Douglas said.
TULSA – The American Red Cross continues to experience an emergency blood and platelet shortage that has caused the blood supply to drop to the lowest post-summer level in at least six years.
The Texas Senate on Friday approved newly drawn district maps that would keep Republicans dominant in the state's congressional representation, even amid rapidly shifting demographics.
NEW WAVERLY — The New Waverly Independent School District could see the creation of a new intermediate school, and add classrooms at the elementary and high schools, among a long list of other construction projects over the next few years.
Thinkers who study what factors contribute to creating great cities and neighborhoods will be the first to tell us that it all starts with a healthy downtown.
In the opinion of Penn State Smeal College of Business retail studies professor Fred Hurvitz, it's a safe bet that no major changes are in store for the Galleria.
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