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On Monday, Oct, 17, the Tahlequah Public Schools Johnson O'Malley Program Parent Committee will hold an open meeting at 6 p.m. to elect JOM Parent... [Read More]
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Gov. Kevin Stitt was expected to coast to an easy victory in the November election in deep-red Oklahoma, but the race has tightened after the... [Read More]
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1. What are your responsibilities as the TPS family and community engagement director? [Read More]
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There are many houseplants that love to spend the summer outdoors, and we love to have them decorate our porches. [Read More]
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Participants gathered at First State Bank for refreshments on Friday, Sept. 30 to wish Rita Steiner well as she starts a new chapter in her... [Read More]
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A state representative who sued the state will soon receive the spending records on a COVID-19 relief program created by the governor in 2020. [Read More]
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Many Americans have long agreed that if you're old enough to die for your country, you're old enough to enjoy a beer at a Fourth... [Read More]
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In Stillwater, school library books are the latest moral outrage to dominate school board meetings. [Read More]
A last-minute disagreement between the Oklahoma House and Senate over a pandemic relief bill to fund domestic violence programs is the only piece of unfinished... [Read More]
One of the largest Native American art shows in the state is returning to Hard Rock Tulsa on Oct. 8-9, featuring more than 150 elite... [Read More]
I read an article the other day that said my husband's favorite amusement park -- Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio -- is no longer at... [Read More]
The past couple weeks things have been buzzing with what's going on under the sea with the new Ariel. [Read More]
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Informed citizens are crucial for Cherokee democracy. The Cherokee Nation best serves the Cherokee people when we have open and transparent communication and when citizens... [Read More]
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In the midst of books are being challenged across the country, the Tahlequah Public Library's first Banned Book Club got together Sept. 29. [Read More]
In the midst of books are being challenged across the country, the Tahlequah Public Library's first Banned Book Club got together Sept. 29.With seven people... [Read More]
Several area residents met at the Tahlequah Municipal Armory Friday afternoon to discuss their concerns with the mayor. [Read More]
Poverty rates have risen in Oklahoma and a local outreach center is working to help students and families in need of resources. [Read More]
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