Last Friday, Gov. Kevin Stitt declared it “Rhonda Bear Day” in the state of Oklahoma. The day honors a Rogers County woman he met on the campaign trail, who was
Oologah Cleanup Day is little more than a week away, but the need for volunteers remains great, according to event organizer Carolyn Estes. “Everything is coming together, but we’re still
The Rogers State University Theatre Program will present “The War to End All Wars,” an original music theater piece written by Machele Miller Dill and Steven Marzolf. The production will
Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club, to host annual ‘Old Fashion Picnic’ at the Will Rogers Birthplace Ranch
The Pocahontas Club’s members, and the Chief of the Cherokee Nation, Chief Bill John Baker will be honored guests at the Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club’s upcoming “Old Fashion Picnic”, scheduled
An Oologah teen will be competing in an upcoming pageant, but she needs your help to get there. Brie Shepherd, 16, is seeking local sponsors to help her compete in
Optimist Club of Claremore will be joined by the Easter Bunny to fill and hide thousands of eggs on the rolling hillside of Will Rogers Memorial Museum for the annual
The BM Chapter of P.E.O., in conjunction with Rogers State University’s Carl G. and Gladys L. Herrington Distinguished Lecture Series, will feature a presentation from Dr. Terry Neese, a prominent
As Jesus was speaking to his disciples, he called their attention to the highest purpose of human existence. The whole sum and purpose of life is encapsulated in his words.
Rogers County Retired Educators & Support Personnel will meet next Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. at the Pizza Hut in Claremore. Special guest for the day will be Oklahoma Retired Educators
The Brookfield Assisted Living announced the addition of a new speakers bureau. “We are excited about our new speakers bureau here at the Brookfield, said Mark Ogle, Community Marketing Director.
The Cherokee Nation Language Program is hosting a four-day conference to help Cherokee language teachers develop effective teaching strategies and preserve the Cherokee language. The 2019 Indigenous Gathering of
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — The Cherokee Nation continues its effort to enroll Cherokee children for SoonerCare during an event March 27 at Will Rogers Health Center in Nowata. As part of
Each month, Child Advocates of Northeast Oklahoma (CANO) celebrates the advocacy of one of our CASA volunteers. This month, we celebrate the service Sharon Jensen, a volunteer advocate in Rogers
Agustin “Gus” Ramirez was recently awarded the first Mendy Stone Mentor Award from Rogers County Volunteers for Youth. The award was presented at the 6th annual “Chair-ity” Auction. This year’s
In the United Methodist Church, and other liturgical traditions, we have embarked upon the Season of Lent. Lent is a time of 40 days before Easter, not counting Sundays (which