Oklahoma National Guardsmen have been working with healthcare providers in their communities for more than a month in an effort to support Oklahoma’s whole-of-government response to COVID-19.
He was a beloved philosopher, visionary, persuasive public speaker, and above all, he had a heart for humanity.
Pelco Structural is pleased to welcome Mark Lehr as the new general manager for its Claremore-based manufacturing facility.
A single-vehicle accident north of Foyil on Friday afternoon resulted in the injuring of four Foyil residents, two of which were toddlers and taken to a local hospital by Life Flight.
The Cherokee Nation Foundation has announced an Oologah student as one of the scholarship recipients for the 2020-21 academic school year.
The RoCo Art Crawl supporting the Healthy Community Partnership is back for the Spring 2020 season in virtual form.
Rogers State University partnered with Tri County Tech in the production of personal protective equipment in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
An Owasso man was taken by Air Evac to a Tulsa hospital Sunday, after he was critically injured in a collision on SH20 in Rogers County.
Oologah Upper Elementary School announced this week’s winners from “Being Their Best” contest.
The Grab and Go Meals program will come to an end after they are served on Thursday, May 7. Students will receive double meals to cover Friday again this week and will be distributed from -11 a.m.
• Scripture: Ephesians 4:22–27 Topic: Satan
Oologah girl among high school arts students to receive virtual recognition after annual ceremony cancelled due to COVID-19
Every spring, students from across Oklahoma receive special recognition at the State Superintendent’s Awards for Arts Excellence.
The Cherokees Nation is providing first responders and emergency personnel in northeast Oklahoma with a supply of personal protection masks to keep them safe as they continue the fight against COVI