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Downtown beautification project ongoing
Downtown beautification project ongoing

Downtown beautification project ongoing

Local resident Missy Barron rinses off the second coating of a stain used on pots downtown before their sealer is applied, and the pots are later filled with plants. The pots, ten in all, are lined along Cooweescoowee in downtown as part of the Oologah High School Class of 2020 Senior Project, using leftover funds from a donation from the Cherokee Nation to beautify the town. Barron is the mother of recent Oologah graduate Jack Barron.

Local recipes needed for Oologah cookbook

Local recipes needed for Oologah cookbook

“Right now, the Oolagah Historical Society is in need of funds, and we haven’t had a cookbook in over 20 years, so we thought publishing one with recipes from people in the community would be both a good fundraiser and way to preserve people’s family recipes,” said Jan Miller, longtime Oolagah Historical Society (OHS) member. “We’re planning on publishing the cookbook some time in November, so that we’ll get it back and it will be available in time for people to give it as a gift for Christmas.”

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