Arrangements are pending for Priscilla Worden of Oologah.
Fuenral service for Jon Boyd of Oologah is 10 a.m. on Monday, April 21 at Zion Hill Church. In lieu of flowers, a college fund for his five-year-old daughter Zoni Boyd has been set up at the Bank of Oklahoma entitled Boyd’s Family Memorial Fund. No visitation is scheduled.
By CHRIS EDENS City Editor Lt. Jared Tice is saying goodbye to the Oologah Police Department. Tice has been patrolling the streets of Oologah for the last nine and a half years. He said he received a job offer with better pay that was hard to turn down. “I was just looking for a better [...]
By CHRIS EDENS, City Editor Superintendent Rob Armstrong’s resignation agreement was accepted by the Oologah School Board Monday night. The board did not renew Armstrong’s three year contract at their March 10 meeting. Board president Don Tice said it was a “voluntary resignation.” Armstrong’s contract ends June 30. Armstrong was the Executive Director of Secondary [...]
By CHRIS EDENS Sports Editor The Lady Mustang soccer team fell to Miami last week and rolled over Tulsa Rogers. Oologah is ranked #14 in 4A. The Lady Mustangs are 7-5 as they head into the final stretch of the season. Oologah fell behind early against Miami and couldn’t recover in a 3-2 loss. [...]
The Leader invites you to a reception honoring Carolyn Estes from 2 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, April 27 at the Oologah Chamber office downtown. Estes to be inducted into Oklahoma Journalism Hall of Fame By JOHN M. WYLIE II, Editor First it was Will Rogers, the Oologah-born philosopher-humorist who was inducted into the Oklahoma [...]