When Woodall School holds its Walkathons, they invariably prove successful.
Westville Public School District recently announced it has received a $2,000 grant from the Carolyn Watson Rural Oklahoma Community Foundation to provide funding to junior high science classes for hands-on activities.
Northeastern State University senior Randilyn Thompson and graduate student Nikki Jones were recognized for their efforts and ambitions to become higher education professionals with the NASPA Undergraduate Rising Star and Graduate Student Rising Star Awards, respectively, for the state of Oklahoma.
The Keys High School Speech, Drama, and Debate team loaded up debate boxes, books for interpretation, and confidence and headed to Riverfield Day School on Nov. 2-3, hoping to qualify for one or all events for the regional tournament in March.
The Keys School Board of Education on Thursday night spotlighted Principal and Athletic Director Steven Goss, who bragged on students and their reaction to a new digital app.
Northeastern State University will celebrate the grand opening of the Broken Arrow STEAM Maker Lab Wednesday, Nov. 14, 5-7 p.m. in room 239 of the Education Building on NSU's Broken Arrow campus.
A total of 198 students from Tahlequah Middle School have been awarded Gold Cards for excellence in the classroom. To receive a Gold Card, students must earn all A's on their latest report card.
Over the past three years, Tahlequah Public Schools has use federal grant funds to add new curriculum to each physical education classroom, as well as many pieces of equipment to all sites.
The Tahlequah Middle School and Tahlequah High School Technology Student Association chapters sent 11 students to the Oklahoma Fall Leadership Conference in October.
On Monday, Nov. 5, Tahlequah Middle School held mock elections. Students filled out a voter registration form and exchanged it for a ballot. On the ballot were governor, congressional officers, and state questions 793 and 801. Students turned in ballots and received an "I voted" sticker. The…
The Greenwood Elementary School October Students of the Month are: Rilynn Petty, Reynaldo Correa, Kylee Cloud, Layla Morris, Zoe Dodson, Alex Medina, Aiden Fisher, Rylee Stark, Jordan Stark, Edward Shi, Landen Webb, Bryan Luna, Lindzay Nevitt, Kinlye Wright, Will Talburt, Thania Gomez, McKen…
BROKEN ARROW - Northeastern State University-Broken Arrow will host an art exhibit by Kathryne Wood during November in the Visitors' Center Gallery of the Administrative Services Building.
BROKEN ARROW - Northeastern State University-Broken Arrow will celebrate the opening of its new Veteran Student Center with a ribbon cutting at 4:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 12, in the library.
Becoming big building detectives was the order of the day for Tahlequah Public Schools fourth-grade Reaching Intellectual Success and Excellence students when they traveled to downtown Tulsa on Tuesday, Oct. 30 ,for a Tulsa Foundation for Architecture walking tour.
Woodall Public Schools will hold a Johnson-O'Malley Indian Education Committee Meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 6, at 6 p.m. in the Administration Building, 14090 W. 835 Road in Tahlequah.
The Board of Education of Norwood Public School District announces that statutorily qualified individuals interested in running as a candidate for the No. 1 seat on the Norwood Board of Education may file to run at the Cherokee County Election Board Monday-Wednesday, Dec. 3-5, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Northeastern State University is inviting nominations of individuals who exemplify the spirit and legacy of NSU for its 2019 Centurion recipients.
It never hurts to set a good example.
That's the aim of students in SWAT - the Student Wellness Action Team - at Peggs School, and at other schools around Cherokee County.
Hallie Barnes and Sarina Keele of the Porter FFA Chapter were awarded the prestigious American FFA Degree at the 91st National FFA Convention and Expo on Oct. 27 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Barnes lives in Cherokee County.
Peggs School third- and fourth-grade students planted seeds in the school garden beds during summer school. Recently, they were able to reap the benefits of their hard work.
Brandon Mikkanen, supervisory criminal investigator for the Bureau of Indian Affairs and a 2009 graduate of Northeastern State University, was named to the International Association of Chiefs of Police 40 Under 40 list.
The Cherokee Elementary School October Students of the Month for grades kindergarten through second are: Isaac Ramirez, Jose Reyes, Ezequiel Holgate, Noelia Wagnon-Garcia, Yareli Garcia, Paarth Gandhi, Lathious Christie, Isaiah Ruiz, Jamarion Swimmer, Aiden Cornett, Esther Graff, Aislynn Abo…
SPIRO - Pre-Columbian history came alive on Wednesday, Oct. 24, for members of Tahlequah Public School's fifth-grade Reaching Intellectual Success and Excellence members during a visit to the Spiro Mounds Archaeological Center education tour, sponsored by the Gifted and Talented Program of T…
October Students of the Month for Sequoyah Pre-kindergarten are: Bella Batie, Kinley Fisher, James Nimmo, Tyler Estes, Haven O'Connor, Gibson Peters, Naomi Ortiz, Tommi Mattes, and Claire Presley.
Cherokee Nation leaders presented Zion School with a $4,000 donation in May to help furnish equipment for a new physical education facility. The donation was made from the tribe's special projects budget, which helps Cherokee Nation help community partners on projects benefiting Cherokees an…
CHICKASHA - Juniors and seniors in high school should begin preparing for the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma Art Department's annual art competition, Innovations. The USAO art faculty will judge the show and the winners will receive cash awards.
Dr. Virginia Drywater-Whitekiller, a Northeastern State University social work professor, was selected as the 2018-19 Fulbright Canadian Research Chair in Aboriginal Studies at Vancouver Island University.
The Board of Education of Indian Capital Technology Center School District hereby announces that statutorily qualified individuals interested in running as a candidate for the No. 4 seat on the Indian Capital Technology Center School District Board of Education may file to run as a candidate…
Statutorily qualified individuals who are interested in running as a candidate for Grand View Public School District Board of Education Seat No. 2, for a three-year term, may file Monday-Wednesday, Dec. 3-5, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., at the Cherokee County Election Board, 914 S. College Ave.
CLAREMORE - Rogers State University has announced its graduating class for summer 2018. The university awarded 73 bachelor's degrees and 22 associate degrees to 95 students who completed their degrees in the summer of 2018.
- Adair County law officers plead not guilty to A&B
- POLICE BEAT: Female driver jailed after police find drugs in car
- Sheriff's Beat 11-11-18: Man arrested after admitting meth use
- Hulbert erases Allen, Bruce sets mark
- Wrongful termination suit against city dismissed
- Police Beat 11-14-18: Traffic Stop leads to drug arrest
- DAILY LOG: Nov. 11, 2018
- Cherokee citizenship determined by Dawes Rolls, not DNA
- Sex offender arrested on drug charge
- Two arrested for conspiracy to rob store