After a long hiatus, the Oologah Pioneer Days came back Saturday with a wide variety of booths, ranging from vendors attempting to sell their wares, political candidates talking to people, and a va

The Northwest Rogers County Fire Protection Board discussed the upcoming budget, the improvement of the fire houses as well as getting new firefighting gear during their regular meeting last Friday

The 2018-19 budget was the main discussion topic at the Oologah Board of Trustees meeting Fri. June

15. The total planned budget is $1,484,350 and begins July 1.

The O-T Public Schools hired 10 new teachers for the 2018-19 school year after an executive session Monday night.


Last Thursday the Oologah High School Mustangs faced off against Victory Christian School. The Mustangs put on an astonishing lead with 5 points in the first innings.

On Friday, June 8, Oologah faced off against Claremore in a double header. Oologah had an impressive start in the first game, defeating Claremore 8-0.

On May 30th, the Oologah Junior High baseball faced off against the team from Coweta in a series of two games.


The festival in Talala, the fishing derby and soon the pioneer days in Oologah have been a fun change of pace in the work I’ve been doing lately.

Cherokee artist Daniel HorseChief is designing the Lighthorse Monument for the U.S.

Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson went on a camping trip. After a good meal and a bottle of wine, they laid down for the night, and went to sleep.

Notes from the Chief


Betty Harts Allen Whitaker was born on September 19, 1936 in Chicago, Illinois to H. William “Bill” Harts and Jessie G. Harts who both preceded her in death.  She is survived by her husband H.

Ruby Jewell Willhite, 91, of Oologah, OK passed away Sunday, June 17, 2018 in Claremore, OK. She was born December 13, 1926 in Grovespring, MO to John W. McMillen and the former Sarah E. Miller.

Edith Rusden was born in Tulsa, OK on October 2, 1924 to Carrie(Pruitt) and Dewey R. Coulson.

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