Will Rogers Memorial in Claremore and the Birthplace Ranch in Oologah will have several events and activities coming up in the weeks and months ahead.

Congressman Markwayne Mullin will be paying a visit to his constituents in Rogers County this Monday at his upcoming Coffee & Conversation event in Oologah.

Throughout the Talala Board of Trustees regular meeting last week, many present were awaiting the meeting’s end, at which, longtime Chief of Police Phillip Coe submitted his resignation.



OOLOGAH — Oologah’s baseball team is now 14-12 after Monday’s key 10-7 district win over Locust Grove. The Mustangs snapped their six-game district losing streak with the win.

The Oologah boys golf team won the Oologah tournament at Heritage Hills. The Mustangs were led by Soulai Vang in second place with a 77, and Toufue Vue was ninth with an 87.

On Friday, April 12, the Oologah Mustangs track teams joined other teams from around the Tulsa area traveled in Skiatook for the 9th Annual Bulldog Track Classic.

MIAMI — Oologah’s girls track team edged out Vinita for the

team championship at the Miami Invitational, while the boys finished second behind Tahlequah.


High school graduation ceremonies across Oklahoma will soon take place. Graduation from high school is an especially significant occasion for Cherokee students and families.

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.

As I write this column on Tax Day, or April 15, we mostly likely will have about one month left before lawmakers adjourn the 2019 legislative session.

Dear Editor, The same original Town Board plus one new member has been recently elected to make decisions for the town of Oologah for 4 more years.


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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