Following President Trump’s decisive action to order a drone strike that killed General Qasem Soleimani, many in the mainstream media are downplaying the fact that he was the architect of Iran’s ex
At the risk of sounding braggadocious, over the course of my 50 or so years of living, I’ve had a veritable menagerie of pets.
Many of you may know, from earlier writings, that I walk my dog every day of the week by the school practice fields.
Anybody out there ridiculously craving a good, deep, wet snowfall? I am! Now, don’t get me wrong, I don’t want below zero, ice rink roads, and any weather that hurts
As we step into a new year, and debatably a new decade depending upon who you ask if decades start with a 0 year or a 1, we at the
Across Cherokee Nation are places rich in Cherokee history. Whether it is a refreshing spring that supplied Cherokee families with life-sustaining water, a century-old building where our ancestors gathered, or
Make me to know your ways, O Lord; teach me your paths. Lead me in your truth, and teach me, for you are the God of my salvation; for you
Oklahoma’s robust nonprofit sector plays a vital role in the social and economic well-being of our great state. They provide services and resources and contribute to our economic stability. Oklahoma
Wednesday, December 18th has been a dark day for our country. For only the third time in the history of our country, the House of Representatives voted to impeach our duly
Letters welcome The Oologah Lake Leader welcomes local letters to the editor. We accept signed letters of up to 350 words and guest editorials of up to 500 words so
Ever since my youngest child started to talk and figure out that holidays are fun, our family calendar has been based on countdowns. So many days left until Halloween, then
This is the day that the LORD has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it. Psalm 118:24 When our children were small, we had a tradition of trying
A couple of weeks ago I wrote about Zacharias’ response of unbelief to the angel Gabriel regarding the future birth of his son, John. Unbelief isn’t cool, especially when it’s
It was “Business and Pleasure” when Earl Tinker, Oklahoma razor blade king, and his family were on their way to Syria to buy the secret of Damascus steel. Will Rogers