The Mustang golf team has started the season on a hot streak. Oologah has two first place trophies and a fourth place finish in three tournaments so far this season. “We have five golfers who are all capable of shooting low scores and any one of them could be used as our top four scores [...]
An Oologah fifth grader missing from her Oologah home since 6 p.m. Monday was found after midnight Tuesday near soccer fields about 1-1/2 miles from her home. She was being examined by OTEMS paramedics but was not believed to have suffered any serious consequences from her disappearance. Additional details were not immediately available.
An army of searchers are looking for an Oologah 5th grader last seen about 6 p.m. walking on Maple Street from Sunday Ave., near her residence located behind Sonic. Officials had no explanation for her disappearance. The search began with the Oologah Police Department but by 10:30 p.m. involved the Northwest Rogers County Fire District, [...]
Two candidates are actively seeking the Ward 5 on the Oologah Town Board. Cody Burch faces incumbent Darrell Mitchell in the April 7 election for a five-year term on the board. A third name will be on the ballot but due to a registration issue he is not campaigning and said he will not take the [...]
The annual community Easter service will be held at First United Methodist Church in Oologah at 6 p.m. Sunday March 29. A fellowship time will follow. Everyone is encouraged to bring finger foods.
Happy 90th Birthday to longtime Talala and Collinsville resident H.S. “Bill” Lunsford. Today (March 11) is his birthday. Friends and family are invited to join in the celebration at the Oologah Community Buildling on Saturday, March 14, from 11 am to 1 pm. No gifts, please
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. —The filing period to run for Cherokee Nation Principal Chief, Deputy Chief and eight Tribal Council seats ended this week, drawing 36 candidates. The Cherokee Nation’s general election is June 27. To vote, Cherokee Nation citizens must be registered by March 31. Absentee ballot requests must be submitted by May 8. If a [...]
By JANET HAMILTON, Rogers County E911 Director Today, Oklahomans are not afforded access to life-saving Enhanced 9-1-1 (E9-1-1) services throughout the entire state. Legislative action is needed to address the critical need to upgrade the 9-1-1 systems. Throughout the entire state citizens should be afforded the same level of service regardless of where they are [...]
By CAROLYN ESTES, Leader writer Does Clanton’s Café really make the best chicken fried steak in America? Who will be chosen Citizen of the Year? Answers to those burning questions will be revealed on Saturday, March 7, during the Oologah Area Chamber of Commerce Banquet at the Oologah United Methodist Church. Doors will open at [...]
* John Wylie tells you how the politicians are giving you tax cuts with the right hand while using the left hand to pick your pocket with fees. * A 22-year-old Collinsville man who the Highway Patrol said had been drinking was killed Friday just west and north of the Rogers-Washington-Tulsa County line. Kyle Austin [...]