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This Little Dragon program started at Ramos School of Taekwondo three years ago when the business opened. It is geared for 3-5 year olds. It teaches them motor skills, balance, left and right recognition, and to be aware of their surroundings.
“It’s really basic and fun,” said Denisse Ramos, instructor. “They don’t even realize that they are learning.”
Woman arrested on murder charge
A Cherokee County woman accused of crashing into and killing an 8-year-old Tulsa child last October while driving under the influence of synthetic cannabinoids and marijuana is being held on a bond of more than $300,000.
Proctor a finalist for Teacher of the Year
Jason Proctor believes connecting with his students builds trust and sets the stage for academic success.
Proctor, teacher at Tahlequah High School, has been named one of 12 finalists for Oklahoma Teacher of the Year.
Tahlequah Police Dept. may add to canine program
Tahlequah canine Officer Bo could soon have a four-legged colleague to help keep an eye on local drug problems.
Police Chief Nate King has plans to expand the Tahlequah Police Department’s canine program.
Rally to bring over 3,000 motorcycles to Tahlequah
The chance to win a 2014 883 Iron Harley-Davidson, enjoy live music, scheduled rides, and more comes to downtown Tahlequah in August.
Big Jim’s Motorcycle Rally will take place in the North End Entertainment District Wednesday through Saturday, Aug. 20–23.
Teresa Girdner enjoys capturing glimpses of life through the lens of a camera.
Girdner was first introduced to the Tahlequah Camera Club almost fifteen years ago.
Couple allegedly beat man with club
Two Hulbert residents are accused in district court of using a club to attack a 58-year-old man who was visiting a neighbor of the suspects.
Residents concerned about speeding at The Lakes
Concern over speeding in residential areas in Tahlequah has grown as children are playing outside and enjoying their summer vacations.
Attorney seeking damages in property suit
Tahlequah attorney Brian Berry has filed a petition against Realtors Scott Wright, Tommye Wright, Steven Wright, Jeard Ballew and 21st Century Wright Real Estate over a property Berry attempted to purchase in early January 2013.
Learning the ropes
Local firearms instructor believes training crucial for gun owners
Dee Page has been around guns her entire life and has had a concealed carry permit for almost 15 years.
When she decided to look for additional training past what is offered to obtain a concealed carry permit, she found a lack of opportunities in the local area.
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