“Oologah is super important to all of us that reside here, but two OHS students want to bring our community to the nation. Archive Oologah is a project founded by Jamie Marrara
TULSA, Okla. — Cherokee Services Group has secured a contract to aid the federal government in its ongoing effort to analyze, measure and manage tribal forest lands located throughout Indian
CLAREMORE – Claremore may be best-known as home to Cherokee humorist Will Rogers, but Dr. Charles Gourd, executive director of the Cherokee Heritage Center in Tahlequah, discovered the city is
Each month OMS gathers for Celebration Assemblies to recognize student accomplishments in character and academic success. There is energy in the room as teachers enjoy giving out S.W.A.G. (Students Who
In Proverbs 11:25, Solomon provides us with an excellent word of wisdom for improving our interpersonal relationships. If we would put this principle into practice, we would see dramatic results.
February 3rd is the beginning of a time that many people wait for with longing: Girl Scout cookies will go on sale from a Girl Scout near you!
Oologah’s Boy Scout Troop 199 prepares to travel to Kansas for a weekend campout near Hutchinson.
Shelby Totino and Joshua Snook were married on December 10, 2017 at St. Therese Catholic Church in Collinsville. They went on a week long honeymoon to Cancun.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., December 18, 2017— Leadership Oklahoma will present four awards for leadership at its annual Excellence in Leadership Gala at The Skirvin in Oklahoma City on Saturday, April 2
Winter and snow just go together where the Kid lives: Children love it; adults, not so much.
Two OHS students competed in the first school level English Speaking Union Shakespeare Contest and have earned the right to move on to the branch competition in January.