Members of the Oklahoma State Board of Education last week were given an update from a member of the Oologah-Talala Board of Education, as required by the state board’s mandates last month.
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PHOTOS PROVIDED/LESLIE PETERS The Paul Bogart Band kept hands clapping and toes tapping Friday night at the Iron Horse Social Club in Oologah. Bogart came back to his hometown with his band from Nashville to get in a little practice before their Saturday night private concert at the Cattleman. Paul and the band had not played together since late February thanks to the COVID 19 outbreak. However, you would never know as their performance was perfect.
The Rogers County Health Department will be hosting its annual Back to School Immunization Clinic next Monday.
A Collinsville man has been identified as the victim of a weekend drowning incident on Boar Creek in Osage County.
Cherokee Nation announces $7M for career training, employment opportunities for tribal citizens during COVID
Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. announced today the Cherokee Nation is dedicating more than $7 million in funding to increase career training and employment opportunities for Cherokees seeking relief through COVID-19.
Oologah’s first responders are looking for citizens to support their efforts through blood donation with Oklahoma Blood Institute. Those who give at the Boots & Badges blood drive on Friday, July 24, will provide blood needed to save local lives, such as those that firefighters and law enforcement officers save every day.
Cherokee Nation establishes online portal for parents to apply for children’s technology, clothing relief
The Cherokee Nation is rolling out a $40 million education initiative, part of which will help Cherokee students with clothing and technology needs.