VINITA— Cherokee Nation leaders gathered at Will Rogers Elementary School in Vinita on Friday to celebrate the first transfer of property from an Oklahoma public school district to a housing
Junior Mayson Powell and 8th grader Audra Stratton participated in the OkMEA All-state festival in the Children’s All-state honor choir and High School Mixed All-state honor choir rehearsals and concerts
The Oologah Area Senior Citizens will meet for their monthly lunch activities on Wednesday, Feb. 13 at the Oologah United Methodist Church. Doors open at 10 a.m. for games, with
The Cherokee Heritage Center is accepting submissions for the 48th annual Trail of Tears Art Show Feb. 1 through March 15. The Trails of Tears Art Show and Sale is
Bailey Black is this week’s OHS Sr. of the Week. Bailey has attended Oologah-Talala Public Schools for 13 years. Bailey is a member of the varsity swim team, softball team,
TAHLEQUAH, Okla.— Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker and tribal citizens expressed gratitude and relief Friday after hearing the federal government is temporarily reopening. In the Cherokee Nation’s eight
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – The people, places, history and culture of the Cherokee Nation could soon be featured on the big screen with the launch of the Cherokee Nation Film Office.
Oologah Town Trustees last week voted to enter into a lease purchase agreement with a local internet provider, allowing them to acquire the old building asset, long considered for the future locati
For Oologah Police Officer Mistty Breedlove, it was just another day on the job.
An Oologah School class invited Mayor George Peters to visit them and tell what it was like to be the Mayor.
“Our ATV was on its last leg and we knew it wasn’t going to make it much longer,” said Lindsay Barron of Bit by Bit.
Alexis Ramsey is this week’s Oologah High School Senior of the Week. Alexis has attended Oologah- Talala Public Schools for 8 years.
The Senior Companion Program is accepting volunteers for Rogers County. Call for more information on benefits.
Clifton Taulbert, author of fourteen books and renown speaker from South Africa to Australia, will be speaking at the Learning to Love Your Neighbor Event at Oologah United Methodist Church on Sund