Rae and Lyle Blakley celebrated their 30th Annual Open House for Creekside Plants and Produce last Saturday. This annual event is not only an opportunity to buy plants, but a
Oologah-Talala school district administrators, teachers, staff and students returned to the school on Monday, April 16. School had been out for about two weeks while teachers, staff, administration, students and
The Northwest Rogers County Fire Protection District Board was asking, “What do we do now after Proposition 2 failed to pass?” They were happy that Proposition 1 passed and they
The grass is like a tinderbox and a small grass fire can get out of control so quickly. Northwest Firefighters were busy at their second fully involved structure fire in
For the 25 year in a row, Oologah speech and debate team had finalists at the state tourney. Senior Jamie Marrara and sophomore Raylee Driver made sure that record continued.
Northwest firefighters had a very busy Monday and Tuesday as they battled two structure fires. The first fire was called in on Monday evening. They responded to a fully involved
The statewide candidate filing period begins at 8 a.m. Wednesday, April 11th, said Julie Dermody, Secretary of the Rogers County Election Board. Filing will be from 8 a.m. to 5
Hundreds of Oklahoma teachers, staff, students and many parents converged on the State Capitol again Monday and Tuesday to let legislators know they are staying strong in their commitment to
Roger County Court Clerk Kimberly (Kim) Gayle Henry surrendered her self on Thursday March 2o, after an arrest warrant was issued.
The concept of well-to-do people helping the less fortunate is nothing new. In fact, charity has been a part of human cultures for thousands of years. Charity is a humanitarian
Brent C. Salt II , 65, of Oologah passed away Saturday, March 24, 2018. He was born March 14, 1953 in Columbus, GA to Brent Carley and Carol (Young) Salt.