Steven Ovoyd Damron, 68, of Guthrie, Oklahoma and former Talala resident, passed away Tuesday morning, February 16, 2021 at Integris Health Hospital in Edmond, OK.
Here at Cowboy Country Fellowship we are preparing for our 3rd year annual revival called the March Gladness Revival.
Record-breaking cold and winter storms across much of the U.S. have had a significant impact on blood and platelet donations.
Cherokee Nation Supreme Court issues decision that ‘by blood’ reference be stricken from Cherokee Nation Constitution
The Cherokee Nation Supreme Court ruled today in a unanimous decision that the language “by blood” is void, and should be removed from Cherokee Nation’s tribal laws, including provisions within the
George Washington was a politician and a gentleman. That’s a rare combination.
Oologah High School teacher Jennifer Denslow and three students were recently recognized as winners in the Oklahoma Writing Project Write to Win contest.
Oologah High School swimmers performed exceptionally at state competition earlier this week.
Team and individual results are as follows:
- Boys 200 medley relay is in the finals
Heart of Gold Equestrian Center in Oologah is currently accepting applications for the Spring 2021 Horse Camp.
Oologah Town Board trustees last week voted to purchase a dump truck trailer for the maintenance department.
Rogers County Commissioners this week agreed to assist local water districts with water line repairs when needed on the right-of-ways of county roads.
After several days of low – in some cases no – water or water pressure, Rural Water District # 4 customers again have regular service, following a series of issues at the main water plant.
With Oklahoma beginning to thaw after the last few weeks of below-freezing temperatures, local homeowners who made it through without having frozen pipes are counting their blessings.
Oologah Board of Education members have named Dr.
More than 100 Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO) employees and contractors are on their way to Texas to assist sister company AEP Texas restore electricity to customers impacted by that state