The Department of Psychology and Sociology at Rogers State University named Rogers County Youth Services as its Internship Partner of the Year award recipient for the 2019-2020 academic year.
NW Fire Board meetings Second Tuesdays each month 7 p.m. at Oologah Station #1
Gov. Kevin Stitt and State Supt. of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister have awarded Incentive Grants totaling $16 million to 150 Oklahoma school districts to help mitigate the impacts of COVID-19 on student learning and ensure students are able to access learning opportunities in the new school year.
This July, the American Red Cross and Wonder Woman 1984 are joining forces to save the day for patients in need of lifesaving blood transfusions. The Red Cross has an urgent need for blood donors this summer, as the COVID-19 pandemic has caused unprecedented supply challenges amid this uncertain environment. Additionally, despite states lifting stay-at-home orders and reopening, many blood drives at businesses and community organizations continue to be cancelled as these locations remain closed or restrict the number of individuals at any location.As part of the partnership, the Red Cross is organizing an epic prop replica giveaway from the new Warner Bros. Pictures film Wonder Woman 1984, due to hit theaters nationwide on October 2, to thank those who roll up a sleeve and help patients battling illness and injury. Those who present to donate July 1-31 will automatically be entered for a chance to win an authentic movie prop replica package, which includes the Golden Lasso and a pair of Gauntlets, identical to Wonder Woman’s from the film.
With the start of the 2020-2021 fiscal year, the University of Oklahoma Athletics Department announced Wednesday initial cost-cutting measures that are now in place as a result of the COVID-19 global pandemic.
Although the last school year was one which was – to say the least -- out of the ordinary, members of the Oologah band are hoping to make a bang this week with their fireworks stand fundraiser.
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The Oologah-Talala School District’s accreditation status dropped from fully accredited to probationary last week, as voted by the Oklahoma State Board of Education.
Sleepiness was reported as the cause for a single-vehicle accident on the Will Rogers Turnpike in Rogers County which sent a Missouri man to the hospital with head injuries.
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In a race that was backand-forth throughout the evening, incumbent Don Tice ultimately emerged successful in his bid to retain his seat on the Oologah School Board against opponent Trina Greeves.