The Oologah mustangs gave the Fort Gibson Tigers a tough blow, putting an end to the Tigers 2017 football season with a 20 to 3 victory last Friday night.


The Oologah 7th grade girls basketball team won the Highway 51 Tournament Championship.

The girls finish their season undefeated, with 56 goals scored, and only 8 goals scored against them. Their Coaches were Matt Penner, Jessica Penner and Troy Davidson.

The Mustangs wrestling team competed last week at the Union Takedown and the boys represented our school with pride.


One of our four daughters is studying in Ireland this semester. She’s fulfilling one of her dreams from childhood.

Oologah United Methodist Church is hosting a community Christmas Bazaar on Saturday, December 2nd from 9am to 4pm.

Future Business Professionals of America (FBPA) is now known as Business Professionals of America (BPA). BPA is a Career Technical Student Organization, or CTSO.


Lila Charlotta Denegar, 78, of Talala, passed away Tuesday, October 31, 2017 in Tulsa. She was born April 9, 1939 in Tuttle to Allan John and Alta Charlotta (Daniel) Simmons.

Lillian (Lil, Lee, Mom, Gma) Imhoff, 76, of Oologah, left this world entirely too soon Tuesday October 10, 2017 from complications of a previous car accident, surrounded by people who loved her ver

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