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High court upholds Obama health law by 5-4 vote
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Thursday upheld virtually all of President Barack Obama's historic health care overhaul, including the hotly debated core requirement that nearly every American have health insurance....
Gray to lead CN communications
Jim Gray, a former chief of the Osage Nation with extensive experience in marketing and tribal government operations and advocacy, has been named director of Communications and Government Relations for the Cherokee Nation by Principal Chief Bill John Baker.
Area officers take part in ‘Operation Ninja Strike’
Law enforcement officers met before sunrise Friday to check on registered sex offenders and violent criminals living in Cherokee County.
Johnson found guilty of manslaughter
A Cherokee County jury found Kent Allen Johnson guilty Monday of second-degree manslaughter in the shooting death of Jonathan Hall.
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Council denies rezoning for B&B
Tahlequah city councilors voted 4-0 Monday night to deny a rezoning request to allow a bed-and-breakfast establishment to open at 1224 Garner.
Smoking ban eyed for city parks
Tahlequah city councilors could get their first look in two weeks at a proposed ordinance to prohibit smoking in city parks.
Father of pilot in helicopter crash dropped from lawsuit
One of several defendants in a wrongful death suit filed last year following a fatal helicopter crash has been dismissed from the case.
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