Tahlequah Daily Press


  • rf-fashion.jpg Bright colors in for spring fashion

    The occasional snowflake may still be floating down from the sky, but bright colors and textures are making local boutiques and stores look like spring has already arrived.
    Bright colors, loose-weave accessories in scarves, jackets and vests and dresses are beginning to replace winter items in display windows and on the racks.
    Neon and leopard prints are always on hand at Obsession Boutique, said owner Amanda Harris.
    Floral and tribal prints, corals, melon and mint green and sequins for bling are beginning to brighten the store on cute sundresses, skinny jeans, leggings, and jeggings, said Harris.

    February 27, 2014 1 Photo

  • kh-polar-3.jpg Polar Plunge raises thousands for Special Olympics More than 110 participants from local schools and organizations took part in Saturday’s Polar Plunge for the Special Olympics at Arrowhead Resort on the Illinois River. They raised a total of $15,400 for the athletes to buy uniforms and help with travel and lodging for the Oklahoma Special Olympics in May. Participating were groups from Cherokee Nation, Northeastern State University, Tahlequah Police Department, Tahlequah Public Schools, and others.

    February 25, 2014

  • rf-Pastor.jpg Ross shares gospel in variety of settings

    Pastor Sean Ross uses a variety of classes to teach the word of God to his congregation, whether at church, a nursing home or elsewhere.
    “Our church is small and precious. We enjoy singing the old hymns, as well as new praise. We are looking to grow in the Lord and in his favor,” Ross said.

    February 25, 2014 1 Photo

  • rf lightworkers.tif Light Workers heal human energy

    Light Workers are healers, but not in the traditional medical sense. They heal human energy.

    February 20, 2014 1 Photo

  • RF-TeacherTinsley.jpg Tinsley’s family an inspiration for teaching

    Lessons from life on the farm are teaching tools for Greenwood’s newest Teacher of the Year.
    Second-grade teacher Kym Tinsley’s family is important. In the summer, she works on Canyon Ridge Farm, owned by her parents.
    “I use the experiences from the farm life in my classroom on a daily basis, through writing, reading, and math,” she said.
    She has a happy, colorful and friendly classroom. She recently greeted two children at the classroom door with a smile. As she interacted with them, asking questions about a story, they searched for clues and find answers.
    Tinsley rewarded each girl with a compliment, based on their answers and asked more questions. The girls searched for answers once more.
    For Tinsley, children are definitely the best part of teaching,

    February 18, 2014 1 Photo

  • fire2.jpg Grass fire erupts near Welling

    Members of the Tahlequah and Welling fire departments knocked down a grass fire on Saturday, Feb. 15 on Bright Star Drive. The blaze threatened buildings and blackened several acres before firefighters were able to contain it.

    February 18, 2014 1 Photo

  • LEAD-PHOTO-uncorked.jpg Works o' art

    Elizabeth Price views a display of clay pots at the Spider Gallery during the Tahlequah Public Schools Foundation ”Uncorked” Wine & Cheese Tasting Fundraiser Thursday, Feb. 13.

    February 17, 2014 1 Photo

  • Cherokee-County.jpg Cherokee Nation awards $3.4 million to schools

    The Cherokee Nation is helping dozens of northeast Oklahoma school districts fill gaps in education funding.
    On Friday, checks totaling $3.4 million were distributed to 91 school districts at the Cherokee Nation’s Public School Appreciation Day, held at Sequoyah High School.

    February 17, 2014 1 Photo

  • Jerry's-promo.jpg Daily Press contest winner

    Phylis Wilfong is the winner of the Tahlequah Daily Press’ Valentine’s Day promotion, which ran for 30 days.

    February 14, 2014 1 Photo

  • RF-ArtsonAvenue.jpg Brainstorming for arts festival begins

    Hot summer days may seem far away as snow is still melting, but planning for an annual arts event set for the second weekend in June began last week.
    Arts on the Avenue, the only fine arts festival in Tahlequah, features performing and visual art and artists. It will be held June 13-14, downtown at the Cherokee Square.
    Visitors will have the opportunity to purchase art from top regional traditional native art and non-native artists, create art, listen to all genres of music, chat with artists and authors and musicians and taste culinary arts.
    The event is a juried art show and sale, and artists have to submit photos of their creations. Visual art includes hand-crafted jewelry, photography, basket weaving, pottery, stone and wood sculpture, paintings, calligraphy and graphic design prints.

    February 14, 2014 1 Photo


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