Clifton Taulbert, author of fourteen books and renown speaker from South Africa to Australia, will be speaking at the Learning to Love Your Neighbor Event at Oologah United Methodist Church on Sund
God is looking for sold out people, are you one of them?
Rogers County Cherokee Association (RCCA) will meet on Sunday February 10, 2019 at 2pm for their regularly scheduled monthly meeting.
Rogers County Retired Educators & Support Personnel will meet on Tuesday, Feb. 5 at Pizza Hut in Claremore, with social activities beginning at 10 a.m.
Native American youth are invited to participate in the 2019 Cherokee Art Market Youth Competition and Show, scheduled for April 6 through May 4.
The Rogers County Health Department is proud to announce that 36 local entities have been awarded Certified Healthy status for 2018.
Oologah residents Sam and Kathy Stamps will be among the special guests at this weekend’s comic book convention in Pryor.
Spring Tonic – a once a year chance. Wild onions with scrambled eggs, salt pork, fry bread, grape dumplings and sassafras tea.
In honor of Black History Month, Oologah United Methodist Church will be hosting an international speaker and author in February.
Even if you’re getting old enough not to enjoy change as much you once did, new beginnings are important for all of us. New beginnings help keep us alert to the fact that life is always changing.
Oologah High School FCCLA and leadership clubs will be offering a day of complimentary service for the senior members of the community next month.
In celebration of its 50th anniversary, the J.M. Davis Arms & Historical Museum is pleased to announce a new outreach program to Youth-Serving Organizations.
The Steel Barn Event Center was announced a winner of the renowned WeddingWire Couples’ Choice Awards in Talala.
Rogers State University last week recognized six faculty and staff members for excellence, as well as celebrated the service of some of its longest serving employees during its annual spring convoc