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The case of a deputy chief hopeful declared ineligible to run in the 2023 Cherokee General Election was heard before the CN Supreme Court on... [Read More]
March is observed as National Save Your Vision Month, with the goal of good eye health for all children and adults. [Read More]
The Tahlequah Chamber of Commerce Board on March 28 discussed upcoming events and review milestones. [Read More]
During the spring and summer months, tea gardens can be created to grow leaves for favorite brews. [Read More]
Our Blood Institute will hold a blood drive with Cherokee County schools on Saturday, April 1, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at First United Methodist Church... [Read More]
Words beginning with "ex-" take up 12 pages in my out-of-date American Heritage dictionary, and the words on those pages are among the most interesting... [Read More]
The Northeastern State University College of Liberal Arts is settling into its new home in the newly renovated Wilson Hall. [Read More]
A win slipped through the gloves of the Indians as Hulbert wins a close battle. [Read More]
Grand River Dam Authority will host an art contest for third- to eighth-grade students, who attend school in the Grand River Watershed, on April 14. [Read More]
The Key High School Cougars' star-studded boys and girls basketball was recognized by the Big East Conference on Friday. [Read More]
Bob McQuitty... [Read More]
Democrats had some unanticipated success in the elections of 2018. [Read More]
Everyone is aware that there are times when government agencies know things that they keep from the public. [Read More]
With so many challenges facing our nation today from the economy, to the border, to our political infighting, to the war in Ukraine, it's easy... [Read More]
It is often said, "Show me how you spend your money and I'll know your priorities." I believe that to be a truism. [Read More]
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We're going through training today for our new operating system, so we kinda forgot about our Tuesday lineup (print and digital), which includes ton of... [Read More]
Tuesday, March 28... [Read More]
Kids and parents learned the art of nature journaling at a March 18 class hosted by the historic Hunter's Home. [Read More]
A 58-year-old male was arrested by Tahlequah Police Department officers on March 17 for public intoxication, after the suspect allegedly became verbally abusive to W.W.... [Read More]
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