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The Cherokee Nation Marshal Service is taking more calls and dealing with more cases in the wake of the Supreme Court’s McGirt decision, but the job for officers remains the same.

OKLAHOMA CITY — Some state senators are questioning whether a highly-touted piece of legislation that seeks to equalize public school funding is the best way to bridge the divide between property-poor rural and property-rich urban and suburban communities.

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After spending a year in lockdown, Cherokee County residents are ready for a vacation, and as restrictions are starting to lift, locals are asking themselves how far they are willing to travel. While some are ready to take that long-needed cruise, others are planning to vacation locally.

A Hulbert man escaped injury after being ejected from a vehicle in a crash on Cowboy Hill Road, just south of Ponca City.

The Tahlequah Camera Club will meet on Tuesday, May 11, at 7 p.m. at the Cookson United Methodist Church on Highway 82 and Cookson Bend Road.

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Aprons and Lace Oklahoma Home and Community Education members began OHCE Week with their first in-person meeting in over a year. Eight members and one guest met on May 3 to recognize members' service and plan the activities of this special week.

WASHINGTON – Congressman Markwayne Mullin (OK-02) will hold a telephone town hall for Oklahomans on Tuesday, May 11, at 6:30 p.m. The event will last approximately one hour.

TULSA – Walmart and Sam’s Club have announced that COVID-19 immunizations are now available to customers and associates in all of their more than 5,100 pharmacy locations nationwide, across 49 states, Puerto Rico and Washington, D.C. This includes the 134 Walmart and Sam’s Club pharmacies in…

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A career fair this week aimed to connect graduating Northeastern State University seniors and alumni with job recruiters.

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Spring Creek in northeastern Oklahoma has long served as a recreational site and resource for nearby property owners, but area residents who have noticed recent changes in its condition are collecting data to help determine the stream’s quality.

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The Ending the HIV Epidemic in the U.S. plan was announced in 2019, and it aims to end the HIV epidemic in the U.S. by 2030.

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Computer users who frequent the internet have likely seen services for VPNs, or Virtual Private Networks. These help establish a secure connection for users by rerouting a person’s data traffic through an encrypted virtual tunnel. They don’t provide 100 percent anonymity, but can increase a …

ALBANY, N.Y. — Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., stalwart supporter of Donald Trump, is posed to ascend into GOP leadership in Congress amid an effort to oust Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming for her disloyalty to the former president,

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After lying dormant for years, the Dream Theatre in downtown Tahlequah will soon have new occupants, after Tahlequah Roots Church announced it is moving to that location.

OKLAHOMA CITY – As the COVID-19 crisis abates in Oklahoma and around the nation, and public health emergency orders begin to expire, some emergency responses and protocols put in place to help Oklahomans during the pandemic emergency will also expire. For Oklahoma Human Services, this includ…

Cherokee County Governmental Building Authority members signed a contract to purchase property during a May 5 meeting.

The Cherokee County Health Department will hold a free COVID-19 vaccine clinic Thursday, May 6, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Cookson Country Store and Cabins, 32054 State Highway 82.

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