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Archive Oologah interviews Don and Carolyn Jordan, two long-term community members. They share their own individual history and the history of Oologah.
Archive Oologah interviews Chance Dietz, the OHS 2018 Senior Class President. He discusses his role in the school and his thoughts about the town.
Archive Oologah interviews Madison Sterling, an OHS Class of 2018 Valedictorian. We asked her about her high school experience and her future.
Archive Oologah interviews Logan Carter, an OHS Class of 2018 valedictorian. He discusses his plans for the future and his favorite Oologah memories.
Archive Oologah interviews our very own Jamie Marrara to ask her about the significance of being a valedictorian of the OHS Class of 2018 and her high school experience.
Archive Oologah interviews MaKinna Brooks, a valedictorian for Oologah High School’s class of 2018 about her role as valedictorian and her old and new views of Oologah.
Archive Oologah interviews Thomas Wolters, a valedictorian for Oologah High School class of 2018 about his high school experience and the significance of being named valedictorian.
Archive Oologah interviews Rebekah Askew, a high school English teacher. She discusses her time at Oologah and the importance of English.
Jamie and Madison of Archive Oologah interview John and Faith Wylie, a couple whose lives were shaped by journalism– which in turn allowed them to shape Oologah by running the local paper.
Madison Watson and Jamie Marrara from Archive Oologah interviewed Christi Harper, a science teacher at Oologah High School. She discusses her time as a student at Oologah and how that compares to her experience as a teacher here.
Carolyn Stewart presents a speech written by her aunt Maureen Denny to Archive Oologah. The speech outlines the history of the Oologah Historical Society.
Madison Watson and Jamie Marrara from Archive Oologah interviews Kevin Hogue, the principle of Oologah High School.He discusses the differences between Oologah and other communities, and what he sees as the most important values of our town.
Laila Deffenbaugh was interviewed by Madison Watson and Jamie Marrara for Archive Oologah. She discusses the importance of asking questions and the benefits of a small town.
Madison Watson and Jamie Marrara interview Kellie Capps for Archive Oologah. They discuss the importance of English, the evolution of education, and life in Oologah.