Eighty-six years ago after Blue Boy, a Hampshire boar and Will’s co-star in “State Fair”, aired he wrote in a syndicated column “Blue boy was the best actor of the
YOKOSUKA, Japan – Airman Spencer Higginbotham, a native of Owasso, Oklahoma, wanted to join the military because his father served in the Navy before him. Now, three years later and
Members of the Rogers County Retired Educators & Support Personnel will host their final meeting of the 2018-19 school year at 10:30 Tuesday, May 7 at Pizza Hut in Claremore.
Former Oologah resident and etiquette instructor Jana Christian was in town recently to host an etiquette protocol workshop for area youth.
Oologah-Talala first-graders had an Earth Day planting project last Thursday . Creekside plants & produce donated the plants to the school for student use.
Rogers State University was ranked the safest college campus in Oklahoma and 13th safest campus in the nation, according to a new ranking released by the National Council for Home
Last Thursday, several students in the Oologah High School Select Choir took their solos and ensembles to State Solo/Ensemble contest at OBU in Shawnee. The large Mixed Ensemble (sang
Members of the Rogers County Retired Educators & Support Personnel are now accepting applications for their annual Future Teacher Scholarship. This scholarship is funded by donations from group members and
Cherokee Nation Cultural Tourism and Preservation Oklahoma are partnering to increase awareness about the importance of gravestone preservation. The two-day workshop demonstrates how to properly care for and preserve historical
Cherokee Nation Foundation is now accepting applications for its sixth annual ACT prep camp June 3-8 at Northeastern State University. The free camp is offered to Native students in preparation
Last Friday, Gov. Kevin Stitt declared it “Rhonda Bear Day” in the state of Oklahoma. The day honors a Rogers County woman he met on the campaign trail, who was
Oologah Cleanup Day is little more than a week away, but the need for volunteers remains great, according to event organizer Carolyn Estes. “Everything is coming together, but we’re still
The Rogers State University Theatre Program will present “The War to End All Wars,” an original music theater piece written by Machele Miller Dill and Steven Marzolf. The production will