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An iconic Montgomery County business is finding a new start in Huntsville, after the pandemic nearly ended its two-decade run. Now, Huntsville’s LGBTQ+ community will finally have a place to call their own and embrace their identities at Ranch Hill Saloon.

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MUSKOGEE, OK - The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is in the process of opening a new clinic in Bartlesville, roughly an hour north of Tulsa. In addition, a new clinic will also open soon in Claremore. Both clinics will be in located in Cherokee Nation.

December 7, 1941 is a day that President Franklin Roosevelt declared as a “date that will live in infamy.” Most residents of Huntsville will know this is the date that the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor and World War II began.

HUNTSVILLE — The city of Huntsville will be hosting its annual State of the City address at 6 p.m. Monday, Dec. 6, in the Walker County Storm Shelter

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Veteran journalist and newspaper executive Ed Choate has been appointed publisher of the Claremore Daily Progress.

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SHEPHERD — On Thursday, State Representative Ernest Bailes joined Texans for Responsible Government in an amicus brief to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit Court objecting to the Biden Administration’s “overreaching and unprecedented” vaccine mandate.

Christmas lights twinkle and holiday décor is placed throughout the Claremore Lake Park as the Inaugural Claremore Lake Light Display kicks off the holiday season. From dusk until 10 p.m., participants can enter the lake park off Blue Starr Drive and experience a light display at no cost. Photo opportunities are available throughout the park. Claremore City Manager John Feary said in a press release that this event is made possible by the efforts of the Claremore Parks and Recreation and Claremore Power and Light departments. Visitors are encouraged to use the hashtag #claremorelakelights on social media to capture and share memories.

Claremore’s Will Rogers Stampede PRCA Rodeo was again named the Small Rodeo of the Year by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) and Women’s Professional Rodeo Association (WRPA) at annual awards banquets held in Las Vegas prior to the start of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.