Armstrong Bank is making its presence known in Oologah, with the installment of new signage after taking over ownership of Vast Bank on Elm Street.
The Rogers State University nursing program has experienced significant growth with the transition to a bachelor’s degree program.
NW Fire Board meetings
Oologah Upper Elementary Schools’s Meet the Teacher will be held,
Cherokee Nation is postponing the planned reopening of its cultural tourism sites, originally slated to begin mid-July.
Seeing others through the eyes of Christ is a struggle for all of us, and the struggle grows more intense when the news of the day is filled with violence, hatred, profanity, hypocrisy, distrust, and a litany of other evils. As Christians, we know that we have been commanded to love our neighbor, but there are times when the sinfulness we see around us stretches the limits of our ability to express God’s love. If we aren’t careful, we can quickly slip into the trap of judging people and condemning them.
The Sonic Drive-In team of Collinsville has qualified for the top 500 round in this year’s Dr. Pepper Sonic Games, Sonic’s annual premier training program recognizing exceptional guest and operational service.
A resident of Oologah was recently named on Oklahoma Baptist University’s academic honor roll for the spring 2020 semester.
A space that was formerly a simple downtown Bartlesville street has been transformed into a uniquely designed outdoor venue and gathering place.
An Edmond securities broker’s love of photography, a hobby he shares with his wife, is fast looking more like a future profession. At 73, John Neely has created a 3D interactive model of Will Rogers Memorial Museum.
The Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust (TSET) Board of Directors recently awarded nearly $7 million to 35 organizations serving 37 counties through the TSET Healthy Living Program 2.0 program.
A lot of grass has grown on the hills of Will Rogers Memorial since 1975 when Woody Foreman was hired to help maintain the rolling hills and steep slopes dropping off to Will Rogers Boulevard. He not only knows where the bodies are buried, but he knows where the rocks are buried.
Cherokee Nation donates protective equipment including 3,000 face masks to firefighters, $12K for disinfectant unit
The Cherokee Nation is providing firefighters throughout the tribe’s 14-county area with care packages containing face masks, gloves and hand sanitizer to help keep them safe amid the COVID-19 pandemic.