Mike Wolfe, Frank Fritz, and their team are excited to return to eastern Oklahoma. They plan to film episodes of the hit series American Pickers throughout the area in December 2018.
The Parsons Canoe Beggs Funeral Home family wants to get to know your family this week, as the newly opened Collinsville funeral service invites members of the public to get to know them better thi
Like his human counterparts, the Oologah Police Department’s K9 officer is dedicated to protecting and serving the public, but now he needs the public’s help to win a national grant.
A former Oologah resident has been convicted of murder more than a year and half after her accomplices were shot and killed during the break-in of Wagoner County residence in 2017.
Oologah Chamber of Commerce President Eric Sanders told board members last week that the planned Chamber Golf Tournament was being moved to next spring, but that the group may instead host a basket
The Town of Oologah will be hosting the Cherokee Nation’s Free Flu vaccinations for area citizens from 1-4 p.m. this Friday, Oct. 19 at Town Hall.
The Oologah “Stallion Battalion” Marching band competed in the OSSAA NE Regional marching contest last week and earned a Superior rating from all three judges.
Give blood this football season and get a Bedlam t-shirt, free for Oklahoma Blood Institute blood donors.
A little more than one in ten of the people who call Oklahoma home are military veterans; that number is even higher in Rogers, Craig, and Mayes Counties. Dr.
Have you ever wondered what your church that you attend or have attended believes in?
Oologah FFA members and volunteers served to a packed house last weekend at their Oologah Booster Club Fish Fry and Silent Auction.
Oologah Upper Elementary students learned the basics about fire safety recently in a program presented by a local fireman.
Friends, family, and supporters of local attorney Dale Jackson braved the cool temperatures to come together downtown last Saturday to participate in the Fancy Feet 5K Fun Run for Dale Jackson fund
Members of the Oologah-Talala High School drama last weekend won second place at the regional contest in Oologah with their production of the one act play “Selfie,” and their next stop will be in B