• Scripture: Ephesians 4:22–27 Topic: Satan
Rogers State University has four pending spring graduates who have gained acceptance to the Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Tulsa for Fall 2020.
Why does Oologah have a miniature model of Will Rogers birthplace along the highway at Cooweescoowee Ave.?
The story begins in 1928.
A good leader has the heart of a servant, and a Rogers State University student has already demonstrated his commitment to serving others.
The Oologah Police Department, Northwest Fire, his school teacher, friends, and community members did a Happy Birthday Parade for Parker Horvvath’s 5th birthday last Thursday, April 23.
Two Inola residents were uninjured in a Sunday afternoon collision, but a motorcyclist was less lucky, having to be taken by Air Evac to a Tulsa hospital for his injuries.
Oologah Upper Elementary School announced this week’s winners from “Being Their Best” contest.
Rogers County Commissioners to meet this week to reexamine courthouse reopening date, establish protocols
Meeting via livestream Monday, Rogers County Commissioners discussed possible measures to be put into place prior to the re-opening of the courthouse, the date of which also remains in question.
After much consideration, the Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club has decided to cancel this year’s annual “Old Fashion Picnic” which was scheduled for Saturday, May 16, 2020 at the Will Rogers birthpla
The father of a Foyil youth reported missing Monday evening is in jail in Rogers County, after he purportedly misled authorities as to the juvenile’s whereabouts.
The long-delayed approval of the bid on the sheriff’s office exterior restoration project was tabled once more at the weekly meeting of the Rogers County Commissioners.
With Oklahoma now several weeks into the COVID-19 pandemic, recent changes to the OSDH (Oklahoma State Department of Health) website allow for increasingly detailed information regarding confirmed cases, deaths, counties and towns affected.
Cherokee Nation Health Services is increasing its use of telemedicine and teledentistry by remotely connecting patients with medical care through videoconferencing, helping to reduce the potential spread of COVID-19 and other contagious diseases.
The U.S. cattle industry lost an estimated $13.6 billion by early April this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and more economic damages to agriculture are likely, according to a study commissioned by the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association released this week.