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Two suspects were arrested by Cherokee County Sheriff's Office deputies during a traffic stop on Aug. 12 after authorities found drugs in the vehicle... [Read More]
Well, we did it again, and I swear it wasn't deliberate. But at least we gave a few observant readers a chuckle on Friday. [Read More]
Eric Sevareid (1912-1992), the author and broadcaster, said he was a pessimist about tomorrow but an optimist about the day after tomorrow. Regarding America's economy,... [Read More]
In private enterprise, an employee can get fired for almost any reason - especially in an "at will" state like Oklahoma. Workers hope bosses will... [Read More]
Tractor Supply Co. in Tahlequah is hosting pet adoptions, a pet supplies drive and more on Saturday, Aug. 25, as part of Out Here With... [Read More]
Despite internal dissention after the Civil War, the Cherokees had been successful in fending off efforts by the federal government to end tribal independence and... [Read More]
Tahlequah City Councilors are expected to enter into executive session during a meeting Monday night to discuss the possible ouster of City Treasurer Lanny Williams. [Read More]
The Cherokees treasure their culture, their heritage, and their people. Four of them have recently been named Cherokee Nation Treasures, a title for those committed... [Read More]
Trustees of the Tahlequah Public Works Authority voted during a meeting Friday to reduce the city's revenue from utility bills. [Read More]
Two suspects were arrested by Cherokee County Sheriff's Office deputies during a traffic stop on Aug. 12 after authorities found drugs in the vehicle. [Read More]
The annual Tahlequah Rock and Mineral Show kicked off Friday at the Cherokee County Community Building. Hosted by the Tahlequah Rock and Mineral Society, the... [Read More]
From staff reports... [Read More]
The Oklahoma Tribal Conservation Advisory Council and the Oklahoma leadership for the agencies of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, are hosting a Nation to Nation... [Read More]
Court Report... [Read More]
School buses are like rolling traffic signals, and drivers need to know what the flashing lights mean. [Read More]
Monday, Aug. 20... [Read More]
During a brief meeting Aug. 16, the Tahlequah Planning and Zoning Commission approved a plat application that would allow a new fast-food restaurant to be... [Read More]
It won't be long before the runoff elections are upon the land, and if the past is any indication, most people will let the balloting... [Read More]
Agricultural producers have new resources available to them to prepare for and recover from impacts of natural disasters on the U.S. Department of Agriculture's website,... [Read More]
The Association of Public Treasurers of the U.S. and Canada announced in August the newly installed 2018-2019 Board of Directors for the association, and city... [Read More]
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