Due to the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, the Oologah Lake Leader will go to press ahead of its normal schedule and be available on Tuesday, Nov. 20. Because of this, all
The Cherokee Nation Foundation is accepting scholarship applications for the 2019-20 academic year. The deadline to apply is Jan. 31, 2019. “This is an exciting year for us at the
Rogers State University invites alumni, friends and Hillcat fans of all ages to its Homecoming 2018 gameday celebration on Sat., Nov. 17 in Claremore. Public homecoming activities start at
The Cherokee Nation honored hundreds of Native-owned businesses during the tribe’s recent 11th Annual TERO Certified Indian Owned Business Awards Banquet at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa in Catoosa.
With one week to go, OTEMS Paramedics is just short of half way to its goal for its 2ndAnnual Stuff the Ambulance food drive. Volunteers have collected 1,458 pounds of
Oologah High School’s Stallion Battalion will host its first ever Stallion Battalion Stadium Showcase this Friday. Scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16, the evening will include a performance of
Oologah High School’s drama team returned from the Bishop Kelley tournament last weekend with 2nd place in 5A Team Sweepstakes. Regional qualifiers included: - Alex Galvan: 1st Monologue, 1st Poetry
Members of the Oologah-Talala Board of Education this week approved giving Superintendent Max Tanner the authority to enter into a contract with the architect firm of Boynton William & Associates
On one of the Royal Rangers float trips that I went on, we set out on our adventure with our canoes at Oologah just behind the dam on the Verdigris
Despite windy, chilly weather and intermittent rain, OTEMS Paramedics reached almost 20 percent of its goal in the first weekend of its 2nd Annual Stuff the Ambulance food drive.
A flag retirement ceremony is scheduled next week in Rogers County.
The Oologah Area Senior Citizens will meet next Wednesday, No. 14 at the Oologah United Methodist Church.