If the sheer volume of leftover turkey I’ve eaten in the past week is any indication, we may finally be heading out of November and into December, from the month
The onset of the holiday season reminds us that winter is fast approaching. For some people, winter can be depressing. The days grow shorter, cold weather brings an end to
We just concluded elections across Oklahoma and the United States. Being able to vote and participate in the electoral process is a critical part of our democracy. At Cherokee Nation
Veterans Day is a wonderful and necessary holiday and a great time to give thanks to those that serve our nation. However, as we move on from this day, it
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
Earlier this week, it was announced that longtime comics writer, Marvel Comics founder, creative genius, and everyone’s favorite superhero movie scene-stealer Stan Lee had passed away. He was 95. In
Come Thanksgiving Day each year, many of us give the nod to Pilgrims and Indians and talk of making ready for a harsh first winter in the New World. Sounds
OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine and Cherokee Nation partner
for first-of-its-kind medical school in rural Oklahoma
Good morning Green Country! When the legislative session begins in February, adopting regulations to govern Oklahoma’s new medical marijuana program will be a high priority.
Cherokee Nation’s Talking Leaves Job Corps Center recently celebrated its 40th anniversary.
One of the things I miss the most about the place where I grew up is seasons. Summer, fall, winter and spring were distinct differences and affected your mood differently.
Good morning Green Country! In person absentee voting begins Thursday at your county election board. Here is information on the final two state questions.
With one week left before Halloween, pumpkins and Jack O’Lanterns remain a ubiquitous sight around Oologah and Rogers County.
More Cherokees are in college than ever before, and much of the credit for that goes to Cherokee Nation scholarships.