Oologah’s first responders are looking for citizens to support their efforts through blood donation with Oklahoma Blood Institute. Those who give at the Boots & Badges blood drive on Friday, July 24, will provide blood needed to save local lives, such as those that firefighters and law enforcement officers save every day.
Cherokee Nation announces $7M for career training, employment opportunities for tribal citizens during COVID
Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. announced today the Cherokee Nation is dedicating more than $7 million in funding to increase career training and employment opportunities for Cherokees seeking relief through COVID-19.
July 24th: Food Pantry will be open 10am - 2p
Connection. The writer of Hebrews heralded, “And let us not neglect our meeting together, as some people do, but encourage one another, especially now that the day of his return is drawing near.” Gathering with other followers of Christ is not optional, it’s commanded.
Rogers State University announced 466 students earned degrees during the university’s virtual commencement ceremony held online in May due to the Coronavirus pandemic. RSU awarded 7 master’s degrees, 273 bachelor’s degrees and 186 associate degrees to students who successfully completed their course of study during the fall 2019 and spring 2020 semesters.
With the Oklahoma heat now in full force and temperatures hovering near the 100-degree mark, OTEMS personnel recently shared several safety tips to help Oologah residents stay safe during the summer months.
With last week’s passage of Tulsa’s ordinance to require face coverings in all businesses and indoor spaces, other communities have been similarly discussing what, if any, formal regulations to take regarding face coverings.
NW Fire Board meetings Second Tuesdays each month 7 p.m. at Oologah Station #1
Members of the Oologah Board of Education voted unanimously to accept the resignation of longtime school superintendent Max Tanner.
Oologah seniors take the field and walk along the track to take their seats for the late-season Class of 2020 graduation ceremonies in Oologah. Due to the coronavirus, graduation was held later in the year than usual, with various accommodations being made for the safety of the students, faculty, and members of the crowd.
Members of the Oologah Board of Education voted unanimously to ac
In many ways, 2020 has proven to be an unprecedented year.
As goes the saying, better late than never.
Claremore woman admitted to hospital in critical condition after vehicle strikes tree in road during weekend storms
High winds that accompanied Saturday night’s storms may have contributed to a single vehicle collision that sent a Claremore woman to an area hospital in critical condition.