Meaghan Umbarger (holding scissors) cut the ribbon to open her beauty salon Saturday. The full-service salon also offers facial waxing and is located at 10894 S.
Members of the Pocahontas Club, numerous city, county, and state officials, dignitaries from the Cherokee Nation and many others turned out en masse yesterday to celebrate the official rededication
Steve Savage, President/CEO of Oologah’s Lakeside State Bank, is excited to introduce two employees who recently joined the bank’s family.
A $5,000 check was presented to the Town of Oologah for downtown improvement and a $500 was awarded to Senior Citizens Group by Cherokee Nation.
Following a seven-plus hour special meeting of the members of the Oologah-Talala Board of Education, the board voted to dismiss OT Football Coach Chase Kime following allegations of inappropriate b
While State Highway 88 is well-known as the road that connects Oologah to Claremore, in another way, it also serves to connect the past to the present.
The Rogers State University Department of History and Political Science will be hosting a lecture on Nov. 5 commemorating the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote in Oklahoma.
Despite the sleight-ofhand tricks attempted by many members of Oklahoma’s elected leadership, most of our state’s citizens are aware that those in charge of the state budget have been slowly but re
Rogers County Retired Educators & Support Personnel will be meeting at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 6 at the Pizza Hut in Claremore, with special guest Donna Grabow.
Have you ever seen the show “Returning the Favor” with Mike Rowe? It highlights stories of people who are doing good things within their community and how they are reaching the lives of others.
Board of Education of Oologah-Talala Public School District hereby announces that statutorily qualified individuals interested in running as a candidate for the #4 seat on the Oologah-Talala Board
“Night at the Moviesî continues on Friday, Oct. 26 at Will Rogers Memorial Museum. Will Rogers is cast in ìHeadless Horseman,î as Yankee schoolmaster Ichabod Crane of Sleepy Hollow.
One of the most important components of the JOM program is parental involvement.
A stomp dance, Native American storytelling, powwow drum and singing presentation, makeand-take arts and crafts, and film screenings will be featured during the 21st Annual Native American Heritage