Talala residents, former residents and those living in the Talala area are invited to the upcoming Talala reunion.
Be sure and mark your calendars for Tuesday, April 16 for Rogers County Senior Day 2019. The event is FREE and will be held from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
For more than three decades, RSU Public TV has given northeast Oklahoma award-winning programming.
The Cherokee Nation donated $25,000 to Special Olympics Oklahoma to help defray costs of the Summer Games event this May in Stillwater.
Talala Board of Trustees last week voted to reduce the hours of its full-time employees as a cost-saving measure, but they may soon find themselves in search of a new chief of police as the current
The Oologah Area Senior Citizens will meet for their monthly lunch activities on Wednesday, April 10 at the Oologah United Methodist Church.
Two unidentified Talala juveniles were taken to a Tulsa hospital last week, following injuries they received in a two-vehicle accident near Vera.
Volunteers for Youth received a President’s Appreciation Award for all of the work they do for the Youth of Rogers County.
The first Family Day at the Ranch will be this Saturday from 1-3 p.m., working in the kitchen garden next to the house where Will Rogers was born.
The Town of Oologah’s Board of Trustees will remain largely unchanged, with one exception, following Tuesday’s election.
An Owasso woman was arrested and booked on driving under the influence following a weekend collision in Rogers County that sent one woman to a Tulsa hospital, according to the
Max Tanner, superintendent of Oologah-Talala Public Schools was elected to a three-year term on the executive committee of AASA, The School Superintendents Association. Founded in 1865 and headquartered in Alexandria,
PHOTOS PROVIDED/PAT REEDER Last week at the Birthplace Ranch in Oologah, spring break visitors took part in baseball, one of Will’s favorite sports, and took a hayride through the bottoms
Oologah police arrest suspect on drug trafficking other charges, seize more than 16K in illegal contraband
A routine traffic stop conducted by an Oologah police officer earlier this month yielded the discovery of illegal substances with a street value exceeding $16,000, according to local authorities. As