Staying strong spiritually is a constant challenge in this busy age. Life incessantly presents us with new obstacles, obligations, and opportunities. If we aren’t careful we can begin to feel
On June 18, 2018, The Master Gardeners will host an event at 416 S. Brady, Rogers County Building in Claremore. At this meeting, attendees will learn about bee-keeping and the
During the teacher walkout, some students and parents were unable to receive the necessary resources, such as free lunch or child care during work hours that they normally receive. The
The Talala Historical Society will be hosting the Talala Festival on June 2nd, 2018. The event will kick off at 10:00 AM on Saturday with a parade throughout town. The
Oologah Public Schools has received a grant of $3,512.50 from the Oklahoma Energy Resources Board, OERB, for use in upgrading technology to be used in STEM classrooms. The OERB donated
This is a season of change. Students are preparing to finish the school year and enter the summer. Flowers are blooming and the weather in Oklahoma is changing every moment.
It is so nice to be able to share a story about good kids doing good things and being kind. I am so proud of the way the 5th grade
Students Grant Markel, Katherine Robinson, Hailey Buchanan, Bo Lustig, Jett Scace, Aspen DeSpain, Liv Burch, Liam Munson and Selah Phillips receive the Principal’s award.
Redbud Marina has added an interesting place for food lovers to explore. The Oar House is now open on the Redbud Dock at Oologah Lake from 10 am to 7
The Chamber of Commerce met on Wednesday to discuss the upcoming events of the next few weeks. The meeting started with a discussion of new businesses and growth in town,
The Oologah-Talala Board of Education Meeting began on Monday thanking the various volunteers that had assisted the school throughout the school year. Through their work, the school was able to
But whatever were gains to me I now consider loss for the sake of Christ. 8 What is more, I consider everything a loss because of the surpassing worth of
The Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry has reported that there is a Texas horse who has tested positive for the Equine Herpes Virus of the EHV-1 “A” strain.
Oklahoma University Center for Health Sciences will be providing scholarships to FFA and 4H members who want to study medicine. This is due to gifts of $1 million dollars from
Losing a loved one is never easy. Whether the loss is recent or not, many people find the void created by a loved one’s passing never leaves them. Celebrating holidays