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News

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Have you ever felt like you wasted an opportunity? It’s not necessarily everyday that opportunity knocks.

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Claremore native and RSU student Cole Chandler turned his class capstone project into a glimpse of college student isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic, and it recently won an official selection

After nearly a week and a half of being closed due to positive cases of COVID, the Chelsea Police Department reopened and resumed regular operations last Friday.

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Coach Darrin Wegner (left) gladly accepts a $630 check to benefit the Quarterback Club from Oologah Lake Leader publisher Maria Noble.

Sports

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The Oologah Mustangs (2-2 overall, District 4A-3 2-0) picked apart the Catoosa Indians (0-7, District 4A-3 0-4) defense in a 48-0, led by four scores from quarterback Blake Salt.

The Oologah Mustangs (3-2 overall, District 4A-3 2-1) took their first district loss against Grove (4-2, District 4A-3 2-2) during a make-up game on Monday, October 19th.

The Oologah Mustangs (2-2 overall, District 4A-3 2-0) picked apart the Catoosa Indians (0-7, District 4A-3 0-4) defense in a 48-0, le

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The Rogers State men’s cross country team swept it’s season-opening meet on Friday, taking the top six scoring positions en route to a victory at the Lions Club Bucks Overland Classic hosted by the

Opinion

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The coronavirus pandemic has put many people — Native women especially — in peril from domestic violence, as more and more people are forced to stay home, escalating this unprecedented problem acro

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Nine months ago, my family was rocked when our son Jim suffered a traumatic brain injury in a wrestling accident.

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As we approach Election Day, my own sense of frustration mounts with the extreme negativity.

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As a Member of Congress, I have the honor of nominating students to our country’s prestigious service academies.

Obituaries

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Dorothy Lee (Huber) Jacobs was born Jan. 16, 1927 at home in rural Talala, Okla. to John and Mary Huber. She passed on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020 at Presbyterian Manor, Parsons, Kan. 

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From his early years in Maysville, Okla., Jerry Keys began a successful journey into the world of sports.

Daisy Maria Bryan Ritchie passed away during her 99th year on this earth. She was born on March 16, 1921 and passed away on October 19, 2020. She was a long time resident of Collinsville, Okla.

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From his early years in Maysville, Okla., Jerry Keys began a successful journey into the world of sports.

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