A Rogers County was pronounced dead Monday, after being critically injured Friday in a singlevehicle collision south of Inola.
Somebody is always telling us in the papers how to prevent war. There is only one way in the World to prevent war, and that is, FOR EVERY NATION TO TEND TO ITS OWN BUSINESS. ~ June 28, 1925
Oologah scout Trevor Estes recently completed his Eagle Scout Project to replace the old shelves at the Oologah’s Little Free Library with new shelving, much to the appreciation of library users and community leaders.
Armstrong Bank completed the acquisition of the Catoosa, Owasso, Collinsville, and Oologah Vast Bank locations on Friday, Sept. 4, expanding the Muskogee-based community bank’s footprint to 30 locations.
A Rogers County teen was pronounced dead at the scene of a single-vehicle collision Wednesday morning near Inola.
Several Oologah and Rogers County students have been named to the Rogers State University President’s and Dean’s Honor Rolls for the Summer 2020 semester.
NW Fire Board meetings Second Tuesdays each month 7 p.m. at Oologah Station #1
Oologah superintendent Max Tanner last week confirmed the diagnosis of several new COV- ID cases at the school and subsequent quarantine of more than 100 students.
Oologah superintendent Max Tanner last week confirmed the diagnos
A handful of appreciative, but nonetheless frustrated parents addressed members of the Oologah-Talala Board of Education Monday night, expressing their concerns over what they perceived as inconsistent enforcement of the school’s COVID-19 safety policies.
The COVID-19 pandemic threatens Cherokee Nation like it does the rest of the world, but we are responding in ways that make our Nation stronger. Our sovereign government is making investments that will address immediate health, safety and economic needs during this crisis. These measures also create jobs and ultimately will increase prosperity for Cherokee families for years to come. We recently broke ground on a series of Respond, Recover and Rebuild projects that will meet immediate emergency needs and will pay huge dividends for a more secure future.
Cathey Sewell,Thank You for 20 Years of Dedicated Service Congratulations on Your Retirement.....
The Cherokee National Historical Society announced its plans to partner with Cherokee Nation on a strategic plan for the long-term success of the organization.
Generations of Trummel family members were at the Oologah drug store Tuesday to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the pharmacy, which was first opened by founder Ron Trummel on Sept. 15, 1980. In recognition of the occasion, Trummel’s held a drawing for a gift certificate, awarded several door prizes, held special deals throughout the day, and served refreshments for visitors. “We’re very thankful to the Oologah community for their continued support throughout the years,” said Jan Trummel, who purchased the business with husband, Steve, Ron’s son, in 2003. Pictured, Jan Trummel (from left), Steve Trummel, Ryan Trummel, Denise Hall, Ron Trummel, Jennifer Lewis, Mary Kate Bollman, and Deinse Major. LEADER PHOTO/TOM FINK
Several local and regional students are among the 395 students who graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma, completing their college degrees at the end of the summer 2020 semester.