WILL ROGERS MEMORIAL MUSEUMS — Spring Break at Will Rogers Memorial Museum and Birthplace Ranch is packed full of special activities each afternoon March 18-22 while schools are closed. Open
Members of the Oologah Honor Choir recently participated in the Circle the State Honor Choir. Circle the State with Song is a choir festival opportunity for students in grades 4th-8th
Oologah Board of Trustees last week unanimously voted to remove “extra duty contracts,” or any additional duties not outlined and specific to the title of town clerk or town treasurer
OKLAHOMA CITY -- The Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence has announced an Oologah student to be among the recipients of its prestigious 2019 Academic All-State Awards. Oologah High School senior Madison
Findings from extended groundwater testing at the American Electric Power (AEP) PSO plant in Oologah have resulted in the findings of elevated levels of the element lithium. Acting upon laws
Scholarship applications for the upcoming 2020-21 school year are available.
Cherokee Nation and RSU Public TV are teaming up to launch the first televised Cherokee language learning course beginning Jan. 13.
Building a boat was the shop challenge for this year’s Oologah High School’s FFA Shop 1 Class. Students were given a piece of steel and told to design and produce a boat.
Rogers State University has named two executive administrators filling roles vacated during the previous summer and fall semesters. The university named Dr.
Oologah Ag. 1 students in Mrs. Smith’s FFA classes traveled to the campus of Oklahoma State University in Stillwater on Jan. 8.
Rogers County Sheriff’s Office, other law agencies benefit from $2 million seized in ‘Operation Killa Gorilla’
Rogers County Sheriff’s Office and other local and state law agencies recently learned they were to be the recipients of $2 million in seized funds from the drug operation ‘Killa Gorilla’.
Three Oologah students will be participating in this week’s Ok-MEA All State Honor Choir music festival and concert in Tulsa.
Oologah students Maycee Becker, Kalei Kellogg, Kensey Thoenen and Ty Lowther will be participating in the All-OkMEA (Oklahoma Music Educators Association) All state children’s chorus from Wednesday
Oologah High School sophomore Mia Pendleton is making a name for herself in the Mustang Swimming history book.
Oologah-Talala Board of Education members tabled their evaluation of Superintendent Max Tanner earlier this week, as not all board members were present for their meeting of Monday, Jan. 13.