The Oologah Middle and High School Technology Student Association chapter sent 28 students to the Oklahoma Fall Leadership Conference in October.
This week’s Oologah High School Sr. If the Week is Alex Galvan. Alex has attended OTPS for 11 years.
William “Bill” Pearson has been elected to a seat on the Northwest Rogers County Fire Protection District board.
Oologah Town Clerk Holly Baker (right) helps present items to the food bank at the Oologah United Methodist Church following last week’s “Food for Fines” warrant amnesty.
Oologah Lake Leader publisher Maria Laubach (left) presents Oologah Football Coach Chad Weeks (right) with a check for $638 for funds raised from the Football Poster Fundraiser earlier this season.
Downtown Oologah was standing room only during last week’s Boologah celebration. Families and children of all ages turned out for the annual Halloween celebration for fun and festivities.
Editor’s Note: Due to the length of the Oologah-Talala Board of Education’s special meeting on Tuesday, Oct.
Where is God in the midst of the violence and bloodshed? How can God apparently do nothing as the blood of innocent victims is being spilled?
My family got together last weekend to celebrate someone getting older… ”Happy Birthday, Me.” My kids wanted to surprise me with a gift knowing I love surprises.
ROGERS COUNTY — As Fall arrives, OTEMS Paramedics has started its 2nd Annual Stuff the Ambulance food drive with a goal of collecting 3,000 pounds of non-perishable food by Thanksgiving for the yea
At the recent state one act play competition in Bristow, three Oologah-Talala seniors were given special distinction, among them, Emily Reynolds, senior (from left), All-State Actor nominee, Alex G
Following two weeks of work to help restore electricity to residents in the Hurricane Michael-battered Florida panhandle, Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO) crews and contractors are on their
Persons without outstanding warrants with the Oologah Police Department only have days left to take advantage of an initiative to help them settle their accounts and avoid potential arrest.
Early voting in the upcoming election begins this Thursday at the Rogers County Election Board and in Owasso at the Community Baptist Church.