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Online Exclusives
  • Initiatives for local veterans

    According to James R. Floyd, director of the Jack C. Montgomery Veterans Administration Medical Center, several new initiatives have been introduced to address the influx of new patients.

    June 12, 2014

  • O-Si-Yo Homeless Men's Shelter history

    The O-Si-Yo Homeless Men's Shelter was established by long-time social worker and advocate Tom Lewis in 2007.

    June 10, 2014

  • Summer programs at the Tahlequah library

    The Tahlequah Public Library is offering a number of programs for children of all ages throughout the summer.

    June 6, 2014

  • Swimming lessons offered at Tahlequah pool

    The City of Tahlequah will offer four “Learn to Swim” classes during the 2014 summer season.

    June 4, 2014

  • Keystone Pipeline online poll results

    The Daily Press polled its online readers, asking “Should the Keystone Pipeline Project be allowed to come through Oklahoma?”

    May 28, 2014

  • Blueberry facts and recipe

    Blueberries are perfect fresh, just savor their juicy flavor.
    Penny-size generally, the indigo blue, pumpkin-shaped fruit is sweet or tart, depending on ripeness.

    May 28, 2014

  • John Hair Museum upcoming events

    Traditional arts and cultural classes to be held at the John Hair Museum over the next few months offer United Keetoowah Band members and the community at large the opportunity to add to their repertoire.

    May 27, 2014

  • 2014 Movies in the Park schedule

    Movies in the Park is a free community event in Norris Park in downtown Tahlequah. Movies begin when it gets dark, but the community is encouraged to get there early to set up a blanket or lawn chairs.

    May 20, 2014

  • Oklahoma brewing companies

    Oklahoma is home to about a dozen craft brewing companies.

    May 19, 2014

  • New Survey: Oklahoma Native Americans Say Personal Health Problems Are Their Most Important Challenge

    A recent survey completed by AARP and the Oklahoma Area Tribal Epidemiology Center (OKTEC) suggests personal health problems are the number one concern of American Indians when asked “what is the single most important problem or challenge facing Oklahoma Native Americans in mid-life?”
    Respondents to the survey stated other challenges faced were: staying healthy, the cost of living, retirement and transportation.

    May 14, 2014

Poll

Do you think "blue laws" related to Sunday alcohol sales in Oklahoma should be relaxed? Choose the option that most closely reflects your opinion.

Alcoholic drinks should be sold Sundays in restaurants and bars, and liquor stores should be open.
Alcoholic drinks should be sold Sundays in restaurants and bars only; liquor stores should stay closed.
Liquor stores should be open Sundays, but drinks should not be served anywhere on Sundays.
The law should remain as it is now; liquor stores should be closed, and drinks should be served on Sundays according to county option.
No alcohol should be sold or served publicly on Sundays.
Undecided.
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