The difference between our rich and poor grows greater every year. Our distribution of wealth is getting more uneven all the time. . . . A man can make a million over night and he is on every page in the morning. But it never tells you who give up the million he got. You can’t get money without taking it from somebody. ~ June 1, 1930
When a child is very young, they don’t have any problem asking for something from their dad. As we grow older we get more and more independent. By the time we get married with a young family of our own, we find ourselves doing things our way. Even though we may have been taught to lean on Jesus as a child. Somewhere along our journey, we start doing things our way not stopping and praying before we make a decision. In Matthew 6:33 it says; “But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you.” Even though we have been taught to seek God and His righteousness first, we don’t do it and according to James 4:17 "So whoever knows the right thing to do and fails to do it, for him it is sin."
The Cherokee Nation’s 2020 virtual inter-tribal powwow and virtual car show are seeking participants to compete for a variety of prizes during this year’s 68th Cherokee National Holiday.
Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported traveling at an unsafe speed as the cause behind a single-vehicle collision in Washington County which sent several local teens to nearby hospitals.
Rogers County District Attorney to serve as 2020-21 president-elect of Oklahoma District Attorneys Association
Rogers County District Attorney Matt Ballard was recently installed as the 2020-21 president-elect of the Oklahoma District Attorneys Association.
A Bartlesville man was pronounced dead at the scene near Chelsea after he was thrown from his motorcycle into a tree on Sunday morning.
Steve Griffin of Oologah earned the “People’s Choice” award in the car show at the Will Rogers & Wiley Post Fly-In on Saturday, Aug. 15.
Oologah Middle School’s Middle School pick up will be held 4-7 p.
Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr.
Welcome back to a new year of exciting but new and different meetings for the Rogers County Educators & Support Personnel.
“Come now, you who say, ‘Today or tomorrow we will travel to such and such a city and spend a year there and do business and make a profit.’ You don’t even know what tomorrow will bring-what your l
An Oologah resident was among those who received their degree during Oklahoma Baptist University’s Spring Commencement Saturday, Aug.