Tahlequah Daily Press


  • New chamber head needs to be free from scandal’s taint

    Every time another layer is peeled off the unfolding saga of the Tahlequah Area Chamber of Commerce embezzlement case, those going through the records hope they might see a light at the end of the tunnel. So far, that hasn’t happened.

    June 30, 2014

  • Does fracking cause earthquakes? Just in case, get insurance

    There are no professional geologists on the staff of the Tahlequah Daily Press, so we can’t unequivocally say just how much damage fracking is causing to the environment.

    June 27, 2014

  • As chamber scandal expands, plenty of blame to go around

    If the proverbial buck being passed over the Tahlequah Area Chamber of Commerce scandal were a real dollar bill, it would already be worn so thin you could read this newspaper through it.

    June 23, 2014

  • Suicide prevention bill may solve other problems as well

    A bipartisan bill signed into law recently by Gov. Mary Fallin could give schools they leverage and resources they need to help thwart suicide.
    If the initiative works, it could make giant strides in reversing an alarming trend in suicide among teens, and increasingly, among pre-teens. That’s especially important for Oklahoma, where the suicide rate per capita is the 13th highest in the nation.

    June 20, 2014

  • Need for standards remains

    For reasons having little to do with reality, Common Core Academic Standards have become politically toxic. Virtually all problems in America’s education system are being blamed on the standards, including problems that long preceded creation of the standards. Thus, it’s not surprising that Gov. Mary Fallin chose to sign legislation repealing Common Core in Oklahoma.
    But what comes next?

    June 16, 2014

  • Obituaries are a paid service; death notices are free

    Recently a couple of readers have asked questions about our obituaries, and though the funeral homes are well-versed on our policies, others might not understand how these snapshots of people’s lives are handled.

    June 11, 2014

  • Set of taxpayer-funded dentures are last thing convicted killer needs

    If James L. Kidwell is too good to eat soup, let him eat cake – or some other food soft enough that he can pulverize it by bumping his gums.

    June 4, 2014

  • Professional media view social platforms through same lens

    We respect our Cherokee County friends and neighbors, and try to keep our eclectic reader base in mind when operating all of our available platforms. We invite you to avail yourself of all of them – and get involved!

    June 2, 2014

  • Screaming at kids isn’t the way to restore discipline

    The suppression mentality returned to TPS with Goodsell. Attempts to shut down the flow of information started early, as phone calls began coming in from parents, teachers and patrons unsettled by Goodsell’s heavy-handed style. When the Press called to get his side of the story, he was defensive, and sometimes hostile. He did not like criticism, and insisted he be called “Dr. Goodsell.” In our laid-back, low-key community, that made some folks uncomfortable.

    May 30, 2014

  • New generation of veterans needed to keep tradition alive

    The Press has long supported veterans’ causes, and we’ve always helped with outreach when asked to do so. We believe it’s important to keep traditions alive – like the Memorial Day ceremony – and new generations of veterans are needed to make this happen. If you’ve served, we urge you to reach out today.

    May 28, 2014


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