Ten years ago, Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences launched a unique summer camp experience for secondary students living in …
OKLAHOMA CITY – The Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust is marking the two-year anniversary of an Oklahoma law that raised the minimum age of s…
Tahlequah Public Schools received the Innovative Literacy Grant in October 2021. It is a five-year grant totaling approximately $750,000 per y…
Court Appointed Special Advocates of Cherokee Country serve independent voices for young victims ranging in age from newborn to 18, and curren…
The Oklahoma Youth Preparedness Camp application deadline has been extended to June 10.
On Saturday, May 28, some members of the deaf and hard-of-hearing community are holding an American Sign Language workshop to raise money for …
Tenants at a trailer park south of Tahlequah are being forced to vacate after the property was bought by Cherokee Nation.
Tahlequah’s growing season is long enough that it is not too late to start container gardens, which are easy to use.
Twenty-five Oklahoma high school seniors were selected to be the next President’s Leadership Class at Northeastern State University.
This Week's Circulars
- The Frontier: Months before seeking bids, a state tourism official spoke of a deal for Swadley’s Foggy Bottom Kitchen to ‘make money from day one’
- SCHOOL SPOTLIGHT: New Lowrey super values time with faculty, kids
- 5Ws+1H: Cherokee people know how to come by tribal food
- Wilma Mankiller Quarter to be released during June 6 ceremony
- Heartbreak ending for NSU Baseball: RiverHawks' season ends in 11-10 loss to Henderson State
- BERRY GOOD DAY: Diamond Jubilee Strawberry Festival nets $330,920 in auction
- POLICE BEAT 5-18-22: Two arrested for drugs, stolen firearm
- Cox Communications is bringing high-speed internet to Tahlequah.
- Demolished schoolhouse catches eyes of passersby
- PRIME TIME: NSU set for its first taste of an NCAA Tournament