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Suicide rates have been a cause for concern for several years, with recent data showing there has been an alarming rise of death by suicide... [Read More]
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Marble games have been around for ages, including the classic ringer game and other more traditional forms. And with Friday being World Marble Day, some... [Read More]
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Area residents are packing up the coats and ordering new swimsuits, because spring is in the air and summer not far behind. [Read More]
Tags: Area - summer - Hot
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Four Opioid Epidemic Response events are set in rural communities this summer, including in Tahlequah July 22-28. [Read More]
I have a feeling pronouns are about to go the way of the dinosaur. And the Associated Press may just be the force that drops... [Read More]
The oral arguments the Supreme Court will hear on Tuesday will be more decorous than the gusts of judicial testiness that blew the case up... [Read More]
Sequoyah got the better end of 10-2 decision against Keys in a Cherokee County matchup on day two of the Salina Tournament Friday. [Read More]
An Addie Elbon two-run double was enough for the RiverHawks to take down Washburn, 3-1, in the opening game of a doubleheader on Friday afternoon... [Read More]
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Red Oak plated nine runs in the fifth inning to overcome a two-run deficit and went on to defeat Tahlequah, 11-7, Friday afternoon in Tahlequah. [Read More]
Here's a bit of what we're working on for the weekend TDP, which will also feature our Business & Farm pages. [Read More]
Tags: Business - Farm - Friday
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Lorene Poteet passed away 2019-4-16 in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. This is the full obituary story where you can express condolences and share memories. Services by Hart... [Read More]
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Participants can learn to frame a perfect photo with photographer Brenda Bradford this Saturday, April 20, 2-6 p.m., at the ACT Gallery in the Cort... [Read More]
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A Cherokee Nation at-large councilor has been disqualified from running for re-election June 1 after the tribe's election commission deemed she had been improperly trying... [Read More]
Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana, the highly improbable candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination, made this insightful comment to The New York Times:... [Read More]
So Bernie Sanders, self-anointed scourge of the malign influence of "millionaires and billionaires" on American politics, is himself a millionaire. Firmly ensconced in the top... [Read More]
The public school classroom is no place to carry out a political statement. That's really what House Bill 2336 amounts to - a bill that... [Read More]
During the 1973 televised U.S. Senate Committee Watergate hearings, Sen. Herman Talmadge, D-Georgia, had asked President Nixon aide John Ehrlichman about the potential for other... [Read More]
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Cherokee Nation Cultural Tourism and Preservation Oklahoma are partnering to increase awareness about the importance of gravestone preservation. The two-day workshop demonstrates how to properly... [Read More]
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