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May 5, 2013

TDP's SATURDAY SPORTS ROUNDUP

A look at what happened locally and across the state in the world of sports.

- Both Tahlequah track teams sit in second place, behind Booker T. Washington, at the Class 5A regional track meet. The event could not be finished on Saturday because poor conditions led to the cancellation of shotput, discus and pole vault.

http://tahlequahdailypress.com/sports/x2002140438/Poteete-dominates-Tigers-sitting-in-2nd-place

Plus, Sequoyah, Keys and Hulbert state track meet recaps: http://tahlequahdailypress.com/sports/x6224268/Kingfisher-leads-Sequoyah-at-state-meet



- Tahlequah's baseball team put together a furious late-game rally but came up one run short against Coweta in a Class 5A regional championship game. Tahlequah lost 7-6 and fell short of a state-tournament berth.

http://tahlequahdailypress.com/sports/x730869567/Tigers-fall-short-of-regional-crown



- Tahlequah's No. 1 doubles pair of Karson Heist and Katie Schneider beat McAlester in straight sets to finish seventh at the Class 5A state tennis tournament.

http://tahlequahdailypress.com/sports/x2002140417/Heist-Schneider-finish-7th-in-OKC



- It was a up-and-down day for NSU baseball and softball. The up was for baseball's 4-2 victory over Missouri Southern in the first game of a three-game set in Joplin, Mo. The down was for NSU's softball's 7-4 loss to Missouri Western, which ended the RiverHawks' season at 27-24.

http://tahlequahdailypress.com/sports/x730869461/NSU-wins-Game-1-of-3-game-set-against-Mo-Southern-in-MIAA-tournament

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  • Crews search for Adams

    The search for Stephan Adams, missing since 2004, continues today.
    Digging has started at one of two spots near Horseshoe Bend Road.

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  • joshradar.jpg Authorities search for body of Adams Investigators are using ground-penetrating radar in a Tahlequah field to look for the body of Stephan Adams. Adams, a Northeastern State University student, has been missing since December 2004.

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  • ellison-sanders.jpg EVENING UPDATE: Documents detail death of boy

    Tahlequah detectives believe a 3-year-old boy suffered a “heinous” death Tuesday morning at the Stepping Stones Rooming House on East Chickasaw Street.

    November 20, 2013 1 Photo

  • TPS superintendent addresses THS rumors

    Staff writer Josh Newton spoke with Tahlequah Public Schools Superintendent Lisa Presley about the rumors going around Tahlequah High School.

    November 7, 2013

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    Tahlequah Police Department is investigating allegations of threats and taking steps to make Tahlequah High School’s campus more secure today.

    November 7, 2013

  • Mayor clarifies anti-electronic cigarette ordinance

    Josh Newton just talked to Mayor Jason Nichols, who had this to say about the proposed regulation of electronic cigarettes, to be considered at the 7 p.m. Tahlequah City Council meeting:

    November 4, 2013

  • E-cigarette ban ordinance to be considered

    This issue will be considered at tonight's Tahlequah City Council meeting at 7 p.m.

    November 4, 2013

  • Two killed in crash west of Stilwell

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  • GOOD MORNING!!

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  • kittens.jpg Kitten adopted from Tahlequah Facebook page found rabid

    The Oklahoma State Department of Health is looking for anyone who might have adopted, or had direct contact with, kittens that were advertised for adoption on the Tahlequah Online Garage Sale Facebook group, known as TOGS, on  Oct. 1.
    Adopting families picked up the kittens in the Walmart parking lot, according to the OSDH. The four kittens are described as approximately nine weeks old with black and white markings.
    On Thursday, Oct. 3, one of the adopted kittens developed symptoms consistent with rabies and was subsequently euthanized, the OSDH said  Friday. Rabies testing at the OSDH Public Health Laboratory confirmed the presence of rabies.

    October 11, 2013 1 Photo

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