Members of Boy Scout Troop 199 met at Oologah Lake recently for their Court of Honor ceremony, at which, the scouts received their respective merit badges and advanced in rank.
Even with a doctor’s note excusing someone from wearing a facemask, Rogers County Commissioners felt that a face covering of some kind should still be required before entering the courthouse.
Downtown Oologah saw a three-vehicle wreck last Thursday, when a 2017 jeep driven by Madison Weatherman of Oologah was stopped on Atlas, readying to make a turn.
A ten-year-old Claremore boy was released from a Tulsa hospital after being treated for injuries received from an incident at Oologah Lake over the weekend.
Oklahomans are being asked to go against their natural curiosity and green-thumb tendencies, setting aside mail deliveries of mystery seeds from China instead of planting them.
In just the past 30 days, the number of positive COVID-19 cases in the Cherokee Nation rose from 219 to 684.
Back in March when Oklahoma closed things down, I watched a lot of videos to help pastors lead during the pandemic and one said we should prepare for this to be at least 6 months.
God timing is always Perfect!!! The second shipment from Apple Market-Oologah for our community food pantry is here today at OUMC.
Oologah-Talala among school districts to benefit from State Department of Education grant award of Verizon mobile internet connections, devices
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister has announced that Oologah is among 175 Oklahoma school districts to have been awarded mobile internet access and devices through 50,000 Ve
Cherokee Nation’s “Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People” was recently recognized with four Heartland Regional Emmy Awards during a virtual reception on Saturday, July 25.
An Okmulgee County train accident that sent a 29-year-old man to the hospital in critical condition has ties to Rogers County, officials report.
Cherokee Nation announced today its cultural tourism sites will reopen to the public beginning Aug. 5.
Dozens of residents at the state veterans Center in Claremore have contracted COVID-19, and ten have died during the month of July after testing positive with the coronavirus, according to state of
Members of Boy Scout Troop 199 met at Oologah Lake recently for t