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Rogers County Farm Bureau Week Declared by Commissioners

Claremore - In a proclamation, Commissioner Chairman Dan DeLozier of District 1 declared the week of February 19-23, 2024 as Farm Bureau Week in Rogers County. The proclamation was read during the regular Board of County Commissioners meeting Monday, where members of the Rogers County Farm Bureau were also present. Highlighting...

RSU Online MBA Program Ranked Most Affordable

Rogers State University was recently recognized for having the most affordable online MBA program, according to the 2024 rankings of Best Online MBA Programs by online collegiate business news aggregate Poets&Quants. Poets&Quants is an online news site that specializes in news pertaining to the graduate business education market, from candid...

Why do we do business differently? Knowledge passed down.

“Robby,” said Granddad as we sat on the bench seeking a breeze to beat the sweltering heat, “If you’re any kind of trader you ought to be able to skin the other fella. But don’t do it. Always leave goodie in the deal for the other guy.” Anthropologists studying the Mediterranean area...

Claremore’s February Events by Visit Claremore

Claremore is full of events and excitement this month. With plenty of happenings throughoutFebruary, we hope that you will join us for one or many of the fun things we have planned inClaremore! To start off the month of February, Shepherd’s Cross will hold their annual Winter Barn Sale.This indoor...

SH-66 Narrows near Flint/King Roads Beginning Thursday

Heads up, Claremore! Traffic will be reduced to one lane through Friday, February 9th! Allow yourself extra time in your daily commute, find a new route to wherever you're going, or just stay at home!

Hillcat Spirit Soars at Claremore Christmas Parade

Members of Rogers State University’s Admissions staff and President’s Leadership Class represented the Hill at the annual Claremore Christmas parade. Held Saturday, Dec. 9, 2023, the parade’s theme was “All Aboard the Claremore Express!” The parade made its way through downtown Claremore, with Hunter the Hillcat and the Grinch...

Rogers County/US-66: Lane Closure planned beginning Feb. 1

From Oklahoma Department of Transportation: There will be lane closures this week and next week on U.S. Route 66 to remove bridge overhang & decking across the driving lanes. Message boards will also be displayed for the public. From 9AM – 3PM on dates shown below: 2/1 - Thursday – Northbound...

RSU Robotics Team Travels to Michigan for First National Competition

Rogers State University’s new robotics team, the RoboClaws, recently returned from their firstcompetition, where the team advanced to the finals bracket. Held in Grandville, Michigan, the West Michigan Holiday VEX U Over/Under Tournament was a 10-hour competition, involving robotics teams from 13 different universities. “The team was able to advance to...

Discover Rogers County Promotes History, Culture and Adventure

Claremore, Okla. | Dec. 18, 2023 – Rogers County joined state and local leaders today to announce the launch of a new tourism initiative, Discover Rogers County, inviting visitors to experience the history, culture and adventure that defines the vibrant region. A new website, discoverrogerscounty.com, launched today. Through a new campaign, social...

RSU Assistant Professor, Graduate Present Research at Water Conference and Research Symposium

A Rogers State University assistant professor and an RSU graduate recently shared their research on Oklahoma’s water systems with their peers at an annual conference. Biology Assistant Professor Dr. Cheyanne Olson and Jessica Burke, RSU alumna, of Bartlesville presented their respective research findings to members of the Oklahoma Governor’s Water...

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