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Tahlequah Community Playhouse Inc. would like to notify those who attended the Friday, Nov. 20, production of "The Wild Women of Winedale" that two people in attendance have since tested positive for COVID-19.

OKLAHOMA CITY - Health care workers with active cases of COVID-19 can continue to work in short-staffed hospitals and long-term care facilities as long as they're not showing any symptoms, state health officials said Tuesday.

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Thanksgiving week may offer respite from school or work, as well as opportunities to spend more time with family or housemates.

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Law enforcement officials say simple steps can prevent area residents from becoming victims of theft during the holiday season.

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Local law enforcement officials say the cause of death of a 3-month-old girl isn't being considered suspicious.

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The 14-foot Permanency Bell has been erected in front of the Cherokee County Courthouse, just in time for National Adoption Awareness Month.

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As COVID-19 cases continue to rise, many are worried that an impending lockdown will keep them in their homes. That could mean fitness enthusiasts may not be able go to the gym when and where they please.

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Tulsa Sings!, an annual vocal talent competition embedded within Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College, announced Chiara Miller as the grand prize winner and James Ross as the audience favorite.

Donors who give blood at Grand View Public School, 15481 N. Jarvis Road, on Wednesday, Dec. 2, from noon to 6 p.m., will receive a long-sleeved T-shirt that states "Fingers Crossed 2021."

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Sen. Dewayne Pemberton began his second term in the Oklahoma State Senate after taking the Oath of Office in the Senate Chamber Monday, Nov. 16.

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OKLAHOMA CITY – About two dozen parents and students gathered at the Capitol Monday to protest the decision by school districts to shift from in-person to virtual learning as the state’s COVID-19 outbreak continues to worsen.

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An intoxicated pregnant woman almost ran into an officer’s patrol unit during a traffic stop.

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The severity of COVID-19 symptoms ranges considerably from person to person. Very few cases wind up with the patient having to be hospitalized, and with the milder infections, patients use a variety of ways and treatments on the road to recovery.

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Tahlequah's city attorney and city administrator are refuting claims by a handful of citizens that some of their business concerns conflict with their official duties.

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Law enforcement officials are gearing up for the holiday season by ordering extra patrols and reminding the public to be smart when behind the wheel.

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'Tis the season to go virtual. And this year, Sam's Club is providing an exclusive look into the North Pole and offering live, virtual sessions with Santa Claus.

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Graduate candidates will take to the stage Dec. 11 and 12 as Northeastern State University holds fall 2020 Commencement ceremonies in the NSU Event Center on the Tahlequah campus.

It’s almost Thanksgiving. However, due to the strain and fatigue of COVID-19, some may find themselves thinking there is not much to be thankful for this year. Many of us have lost family and friends to the virus, and the case count continues to rise in our state, nation and around the world…

OKLAHOMA CITY -- Even as Oklahoma's governor continues to resist calls to implement a statewide mask mandate, Oklahoma's lead disease expert said an intensive study of the state's mask-mandated communities found face covering usage significantly slows the spread of COVID-19.

The Tahlequah City Planning Commission approved the city of Tahlequah Comprehensive Plan during a Nov. 19 meeting.

OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Human Services is seeking public comment about the federally-funded Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program. The program helps low-income households pay for their home energy needs. Public comment about the program is open through Sept. 30, 2021.

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The Kent and Diana Barnes family of Hulbert recently was honored with the Oklahoma Farm Bureau Women's Leadership Committee's District Six Farm and Ranch Family Recognition.

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DENVER – The American Indian College Fund and Pendleton Woolen Mills, the international lifestyle brand headquartered in Portland, Oregon, have selected Deshawna Anderson’s “The Courage to Bloom” as its 2020 Tribal College Blanket Contest winner.

In the late 1960s, a company known as Iowa Beef Packers (now a subsidiary of Tyson Foods) introduced "boxed beef." The company streamlined the meatpacking industry by slaughtering, butchering, and individually packaging meats rather than simply slaughtering them and shipping them to grocery …

The U.S. Postal Service's Operation Santa program celebrates its 108th year by opening up for nationwide participation. Now, more than ever, the program is needed to help less fortunate kids and families during the holidays.

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The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals on Thursday upheld the conviction and life sentence of a former University of Tulsa running back convicted of abusing and killing his 6-week-old daughter.

The Tahlequah Public Works Authority Board of Trustees, during a Nov. 20 meeting, gave the general manager discretion over suspending fees for 30 days.

As the year ends, families are gearing up for holiday meals. Specialists and county educators with the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service are encouraging people across the state to recognize one more meal at the table: Family and Consumer Sciences Day.

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