Less than a week remains for registered voters in Rogers County to apply for absentee ballots to be mailed to them for the Nov.
Oologah Middle school and high school students have been selected for the NCDA All-District Honor choirs.
Oologah Board of Education members got a brief recap Monday night about the work being done on campus as a result of last year’s bond issue.
What started out as a dream and some brainstorming by two women turned into a reality last week with an Open House for the new Senior Center in Oologah.
A celebration of the life of a truly great man, Dale C. Long will be held at 3 p.m. Friday, Oct. 16 ath the Hawthorn Bluff gazebo/amphitheater on Oologah Lake.
United Way of Rogers and Mayes County will be hosting its annual Chocolate Affair & More fundraiser later this month, but as is often the case in the time of COVID, things are going to be a little different.
For the Rogers County Branch of the Oklahoma Democratic Party, the outcome of the upcoming election is not set in stone.
Rogers County Health Department is hosting a drive - thru clinic for the flu vaccine on Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2020, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Rogers County Health Department will begin offering seasonal flu vaccinations on Monday, Oct. 12. Almost everyone 6 months of age and older should get a flu vaccine every year.
Oologah skies got a unique flyer-by Sunday afternoon in the form of the Goodyear Blimp, seen by numerous Oologah and Rogers County residents. Although the blimp was headed to destination unknown, it’s believed that the eye-catching sight was on its way to Tulsa. PHOTO PROVIDED/KARLA YATES
Rogers County Health Department staff recently announced James Thompson as its new regional administrative director.
Members of Oologah Boy Scout Troop 199 are working on their major fundraising project of the year. Oologah Masonic Lodge will match up to $1,000 for the Troop this year. Taking a break for a photo includes Teddy Adkins, who is a father of a troop member and also the Troop Sponsor representative from the Oologah United Methodist Church, Oologah Mason Lodge #343 Secretary Dale Braden, scouts Michael Koster and Tommy Adkins, and Scoutmaster Joe Koster. The troop adults are cutting the wood and troop members are loading the wood for transport. A troop member’s parents are donating some of the trees for this project. The wood is $75 per rick if picked up. Delivery is extra depending on the delivery location. To order you may call Scoutmaster Koster at 918-527-9276 or order from any member of Troop 199. COURTESY PHOTO
Rogers County Commissioners this week stepped in to help the Rogers County 4-H program, with a funding boost from the CARES Act to offset losses due to COVID.
Wade Bright is this week’s Oologah High School Senior of the week. Wade has attended Oologah-Talala Public Schools for 14 years. Wade is involved in football, baseball, FCA, and student council. After graduating, he would like to attend college to play football and pursue a degree in Biology.
Unique and safe opportunities are in store for trick or treaters at the Will Rogers Memorial Museum on Halloween night, Oct. 31. Some 25 hosts have signed on for a fun-filled family evening on the Museum grounds in the sunken garden area from 6-8 p.m.