Dale Jackson received The Spirit of Will Rogers Award from his son Jarrin Jackson at the recent Oologah Chamber Banquet.
Multiple Rogers County students were honored by Oklahoma State University at the recent College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources Scholarships and Awards Banquet.
Last Saturday, Oologah Middle School and High School choirs traveled to Edmond to compete at the Heartland Music Festival.
Earlier this year, the voters in the Oologah – Talala School district overwhelmingly voted “Yes for EMS”, a bond initiative for Oologah – Talala EMS (OTEMS).
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OTEMS will be hosting an Open House and Easter Egg Hunt this Saturday.
Face-painting, games and candy will be part of the fun, with the Easter Bunny to arrive by helicopter.
Throughout the Talala Board of Trustees regular meeting last week, many present were awaiting the meeting’s end, at which, longtime Chief of Police Phillip Coe submitted his resignation.
McHale Baker is this week’s Oologah High School Senior of the week. McHale has attended O.T.P.S. since kindergarten.
Congressman Markwayne Mullin will be paying a visit to his constituents in Rogers County this Monday at his upcoming Coffee & Conversation event in Oologah.
Oologah High School’s Art Department is inviting members of the public to express themselves through art, and to do so for a good cause. The “Park Your Art” fundraiser will
Six of Oologah-Talala drama students competed in the OSSAA State Speech & Debate Championship at OU this weekend and placed 5th out of 23 schools. Once again, for the 26th
Paul Bogart and Bill Blankenship will headline the “Faith, Family, and Freedom” event on April 14 at 5 p.m. in Oologah, Oklahoma. The event will take place at the Oologah-Talala
After serving the Town of Talala for more than a decade and a half, Talala Chief of Police Phillip Coe submitted his resignation at Tuesday’s meeting of the Board of