NW Fire Board meetings Second Tuesdays each month 7 p.m. at Oologah Station #1
Oologah-Talala School District, state school board association request input from community in superintendent search
The Oklahoma State School Boards Association is assisting the Oologah-Talala School District in the search process to hire a superintendent.
Christmas comes to Oologah this weekend in Oologah with Christmas in Cooweescoowee holiday event.
The Will Rogers Birthplace Ranch was a hub of holiday cheer last weekend as crowds from the area and from across northeast Oklahoma made the trip to Oologah for the annual Will’s Country Christmas celebration. Hay rides, train rides, an Old West shootout, Santa and more were part of the two-night family-friendly event.
Oologah Upper Elementary School Principal Kendra Adkins and her family could be seen outside Apple Market recently, ringing the bells at the Salvation Army Red Kettle. Donations raised during the annual Red Kettle Drive are used in the Oologah community to support the Backpack/Food4Kids program. Bell ringers will be outside Apple Market from 4-6 p.m. through the rest of this week until and including Saturday. Miniature kettles also are set up at Rogers Mini Market, Talala Grocery and Mid America Farm and Ranch.
First Baptist Church of Talala recently hosted a Miss Oologah pageant, with several young ladies competing and earning titles.
Can’t be with friends or family members this year? Send memories from home with a gift from the Oolagah Historical Museum. The museum gift shop will be open from 2 to 4 p.m. during the 3 p.m. Christmas parade on Saturday, Dec. 12.
Trummel’s Drug & Gifts will be hosting a Christmas Girls Night Out from 4-7 p.m. this Thursday, Dec. 3.
The Rogers State University Police Department has announced the promotion of Joseph Batt from police officer to police sergeant.
One tree. Twenty photos. Twenty pairs of empty boots. Twenty families who gave everything.
Rogers County Commissioners last week approved an uncommon “backwards zoning” change request to allow a large tract in Claremore to revert from PUD (Planned Unit Development) back to Agricultural t
Sean Kouplen, Oklahoma Secretary of Commerce & Workforce Development, alongside members of the Governor’s Council for Workforce and Economic Development and industry leaders, announced today th
Oklahoma made national news last week as state Department of Health gave schools an option to “in school quarantine” (ISQ) students that are “potentially exposed” to COVID-19; at least one school d
Last week at the Fink house, we celebrated our first tradition of the 2020 Christmas season.
November 29th began the season of Advent. A four week time of waiting as we prepare our hearts and lives for the coming of Christ.