Oologah’s Karson Davis wrapped up a fantastic high school tennis career with an all-state selection. He competed in the allstate game along with the other best players in the state
A duck goes into a furniture store and says ‘got any duck food?’ The guy at the counter says, ‘sorry, we don’t sell duck food.’ The little duck walks out.
At some point in life, we have all been dissatisfied with our circumstances. A conversation ruffled our feathers, an unexpected change occurred that made our nest less comfortable, or perhaps
New Students from Rogers County have graduated from OSU. These students have both completed their degrees and some have achieved honors. 7 Students from Oologah have graduated from OSU. These
Will Rogers was America’s spokesperson for the new fledging mode of transportation — flying. Wiley Post was a piloting pioneer flying around the world twice and setting speed records. They
Wanted Cowboys and Cowgirls, ages 12-18 years old! No experience is needed, but if you already compete in Rodeo, this gives you a chance to receive some quality coaching to
Several students from Rogers County have graduated from universities that are located across the United States. These universities include the Western Governors University, an online university and Northern Oklahoma College.
3rd Grade 1 1” 3 ring binder with pockets 1 Backpack-No trapper keepers or other 3 ring binders 2 Yellow Plastic folder with pockets and brads 5 plastic pocket dividers
Community members at last year’s Community Work Day helped to clean the grounds at the elementary school. All ages were working together in the lower elementary garden. To learn more
The beginning of the school year is close at hand at Oologah-Talala schools and community members can give some of their time and talents to help our schools prepare. On
“You have heard that it was said, ‘You shall love your neighbor and hate your enemy.’ But I say to you, Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute
A newly-opened Oologah business wants to help you look your best. Forget-Me-Not Hair Parlor, located at 365 South Highway 169, is now in business, and owner Lacey McCuistian Riffle is
I am writing this on the Friday of concluding our first week of Vacation Bible School this summer. No, no, no, seriously, it’s just the first week. Sigh….. We are