The Cherokee Nation recently received a $1.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation to purchase two ecofriendly electric buses to transport employees and tribal citizens to work and
It is with great sadness that the family of Bettie Gering announces her passing on August 5th, 2018 at the age of 83 at her home in Oologah. Her
The temperature was like an oven in Kansas City, but in spite of the intense heat, the city bus driver had to endure the “sauna storm” and deliver his passengers.
Rogers County resident Jolene Smith has been named the winner of the 2017-18 RoCo (Rogers County) retired Educators Future Teacher Scholarship. This scholarship is financed through donations from Rogers County
Members of the Rogers County Retired Educators & Support Personnel are gearing up for another year of meetings and activities, with booklets ready, programs being planned, and officers ready to
Cherokee Nation citizen Kaitlyn Pinkerton, 15, of Claremore, was crowned 2018-19 Junior Miss Cherokee after competing at the 27th Annual Junior Miss Cherokee Competition Saturday. While representing the tribe as
He came by plane, trains, automobiles, a motorbike and on foot. Russian Kyrill Smorodin is in his second year of “seeing the world,” fulfilling a childhood dream. He came to
Each Labor Day weekend, the Cherokee Nation capital city of Tahlequah bustles with more than 100,000 visitors, and in 2018 we plan to have the biggest and best Cherokee National
A boy asks his father, “Dad, are bugs good to eat?” “That’s disgusting. Don’t talk about things like that over dinner,” the dad replies. After dinner the father asks, “Now,
Has your mouth ever gotten you into trouble? Mine has. My words have gotten me into lots of trouble. I’ve started or meddled in arguments I shouldn’t have, fought to
Gunter Pearson, a 2018 Oologah High School graduate, received a $1,500 Hays City Scholar Award from Fort Hays State University, Hays, Kan., for the 2018-2019 year. Pearson, son of Steve
In the day of Will Rogers’ youth natural materials were used for decorations. Learn to make a corn husk doll at Saturday’s Family Day at the Will Rogers Birthplace Ranch.
The Cherokee Nation, working alongside the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, is the first tribal nation to designate an area of land to protect an endangered species of beetle. Principal
Friday, August 10 @ 6:00 p.m. – OOLOGAH United Methodist Church Fish Fry Dinner $5 a plate • Modeling Speech and Interview – Queen/Princess • Sweetheart Coronation • Starts promptly
If there is among you anyone in need, a member of your community in any of your towns within the land that the Lord your God is giving you, do