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Northeastern State University Navajo historian and assistant professor Dr. Farina King has released her book, "The Earth Memory Compass: Diné Landscapes and Education in the Twentieth Century."

The Hulbert Public Schools Board of Education approved its 2018-2019 budget during a regular meeting Monday.

STILLWATER - Oklahoma State University will welcome more than 150 junior high and high school science, technology, engineering and mathematics students at the annual Oklahoma State Science and Engineering Fair this spring, March 28-30.

The Greenwood Elementary School September Students of the Month are: Violet Rhea, Makenzie Mabery, Aleidy Marquez, Lyndsey Torkelson, Sydnee Hall, Allie Hayes, Julianna Beckham, Tony Sierra, Avery Cacy, Michael Torkelson, Troy Carter, Isla Fears, Amelia Lowry, Kynnli Petty, Harley Faulkner, …

The Keys High School Homecoming Parade will begin at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 11, and the route will begin and end at the high school.

The Board of Education of Tenkiller Public School District has announced that statutorily qualified individuals interested in running as candidates for the No. 1 seat on the Tenkiller board may file to run as a candidate for this seat at the Cherokee COunty Election Board Dec. 3-5, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Sequoyah Elementary, our school for all the pre-kindergarten students in the district, got off to a wonderful start in August. The building is full of bright, young Pre-kers and a handful of three year olds. Tahlequah Public Schools is honored to serve these beginning school students. It is …

Tahlequah Middle School's sixth-grade Reaching Intellectual Success and Excellence students participated in Camp Lutherhoma's Group Initiative and Leadership Course, Oct. 3-4.

EDMOND – The public is invited to the University of Central Oklahoma's Mass Communication Department's annual media ethics conference to hear national and international speakers address modern tribalism and polarization.

Woodall Public School will hold its annual Safe School/Healthy & Fit Committee Meeting on Monday, Oct. 8, at 10 a.m., in the Administration Building Board Room, 14090 W. 835 Road.

OKLAHOMA CITY - Officials with the Oklahoma 529 College Savings Plan are calling for entries to the Making a Difference Essay Contest. Account owners are encouraged to share how saving for college has positively affected or will affect their lives.

OKLAHOMA CITY - The Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence, a nonprofit organization that recognizes and encourages academic excellence in Oklahoma's public schools, is seeking nominations for its 2019 Academic All-State Scholarships and Medal for Excellence Awards.

The Rotary Club of Tahlequah-Cherokee County recently announced Cole Goodnight and Emma Childers as the Tahlequah High School Students of the Month.

The University of Central Oklahoma will host "Teachers and the Legislature: Advocacy and Issues Forum" 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Oct. 19 in Nigh University Center, beginning in Constitution Hall, on Central's campus.

Northeastern State University's Office of International Programs will present the annual Study Abroad Fair and Passport Day 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 10, in the University Center Redbud Room.

The Cherokee County Retired Educators Association will meet on Thursday, Oct. 4, at 11:30 a.m. in the Restaurant of the Cherokees, 17793 Highway 62.

Officers of the Tahlequah and Keys FFA chapters participated in the 2018 Oklahoma FFA Chapter Officer Leadership Training Conference Sept. 11 at the Glenpool Conference Center.

OKLAHOMA CITY - Six students each received a scholarship in the amount of $2,000 from the Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association's John Marley Scholarship fund at the OIGA Annual Conference and Trade Show held in Oklahoma City July 23-25.

The September Students of the Month for Sequoyah Pre-K are: Hunter Hancock, Keaton Lee, Kyler Tibbetts, Hudson Clark, Jaxton Girdner, Ethan Turney, Alvin Trang, Suzy Weng, Cataleya Degase, Ashtyn Proctor, Lynlee Harsha, Aubree Lane, Aspen Barnhart, and Ruby Adair.

The Tahlequah High School Orange Express will join 16 other high school bands in the Bentonville High School Tiger Stadium Saturday, Oct. 6, to compete in the inaugural Bentonville Marching Invitational.

The Rotary Club of Tahlequah/Cherokee County Students of the Month from Hulbert High School are cousins, Katelynn Whitekiller and Cody Whitekiller.


It seems likely that Oklahoma high school graduates with extensive foreign language study may soon be able to qualify for certifications on their academic records or diplomas.

Tenkiller School, in collaboration with Lowrey School, has been awarded a Title IV, Part B - 21st Century Community Learning Centers Grant through the Oklahoma State Department of Education in the amount of $1,281,737 over a five-year period.

A spaghetti lunch to benefit Shiloh Christian School will take place Tuesday, Oct. 9, 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m., in the Cherokee County Community Building, 908 S. College Ave.

Tahlequah Middle School has had a great start to the school year. The turnout for the "mock" sixth grade day on Aug. 13 was great with approximately 100 students participating. This event helped make those incoming sixth graders transition to the Middle School much smoother. The sixth-grade …

Tahlequah Public Schools Johnson O'Malley Program parent committee elections are scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 2, at 6 p.m. in Greenwood Elementary School.

BRIGGS - Cherokee Nation Tribal Council Speaker Joe Byrd recently paid a visit to Briggs School and made a $2,500 donation to the band. The music program is growing exponentially, with a record 72 enrolled in band this year.

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