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
There was a plane and it had 5 people in it: a president, a lawyer, a young teenage boy, a priest and a blonde girl. The plane driver said that
In late June, Oklahoma received the bad news that the state now ranks 44th in the nation for measures related to overall child wellbeing, down from 36th the year before.
The U.S. Senate’s recent confirmation of Tara Sweeney as the Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs at the Department of the Interior is a positive move, and Cherokee Nation looks forward
Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson went on a camping trip. After a good meal and a bottle of wine, they laid down for the night, and went to sleep. Some
Cherokee artist Daniel HorseChief is designing the Lighthorse Monument for the U.S. Marshals Museum in Fort Smith, Arkansas, after being selected by the Inter-Tribal Council of the Five Civilized Tribes
The festival in Talala, the fishing derby and soon the pioneer days in Oologah have been a fun change of pace in the work I’ve been doing lately. While various
The Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy (OICA) is excited to announce that we have posted our 2018 Child Well-being Legislative Report Card to our website at OICA.org The Report Card
The Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club is Oklahoma’s oldest, continuous chartered club. Established in the summer of 1899 at Oowala, in the Cooweescoowee District of the Cherokee Nation in Indian Territory,
Throughout the few weeks that I have been working at the newspaper, I have been involved in a variety of different events and learned a few new skills as well.
A boy with a monkey on his shoulder was walking down the road when he passed a policeman who said, “Now, now young lad, I think you had better take
Cherokee Nation remains committed to protecting our women and children from violence. As Principal Chief, I reinforced that dedication by creating the ONE FIRE program for survivors of domestic violence,
BY NATHAN HINKLE, LEADER INTERN In my lifetime, I have never been around a masonic lodge or met any people who identified as freemasons. So when I came to Oologah
The Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy (OICA) is in the process of compiling and publishing a report card on the actions of the Oklahoma Legislature as it pertains to childhood
There is no better education than first-hand experience and Cherokee Nation’s Remember the Removal Ride program is one of the most successful educational programs we have. Each summer a group