Congressman Markwayne Mullin paid a visit to his Oologah constituents Monday during an informal “Coffee & Conversation” meeting, at which, he gave an update on his activities at the Capitol.
By Tom Fink
More than 40 bags of litter and other debris were removed from Oologah sidewalks and neighborhoods last weekend during the annual Oologah Cleanup Day.
By Tom Fink
Several Oologah students recently participated in Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activity Association (OSSAA) State Instrumental Solo and Ensemble Contest, earning special achievement.
By Staff Reports
WAGONER — The Oologah boys 3200-meter relay team led the Mustangs at the Verdigris Valley Conference track and field meet Saturday in Wagoner.
By Rick Heaton
Sunday Worship at 10:30a.m. Evening Worship at 6:00p.m. Wednesdays @7p.m.
Girls regional tennis Monday, April 29 at LaFortune Teams: Oologah, Regent Prep, Bristow, Grove, Miami, Nowata, Sperry, Summit Christian, Victory Christian, Wesleyan Christian Boys regional tennis
Every year, a group of high school students from across the state is selected by lawmakers to participate in the Capitol Page program, where they work for one week in either the State House of Repr
By Joe Dorman, Oica Ceo
By Senator Marty Quinn
High school graduation ceremonies across Oklahoma will soon take place. Graduation from high school is an especially significant occasion for Cherokee students and families.
By Chief Bill John Baker
More than 355,000 adults in Oklahoma are currently living with diabetes. For each of those people, access to affordable insulin is not just an ongoing concern, but a matter of life and death.
By Congressman Markwayne Mullin
On March 29, 2019 Paul Wilson Fields, Jr., a long-time rural Oologah resident, passed peacefully in his sleep after a 10-year battle with cancer.
Robert (Bob) Allen passed away Friday, March 29th at his home in rural Claremore at the age of
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