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Cherokee County Republican Women will meet Tuesday, Nov. 20, at the Tahlequah Municipal Armory Center, 100 N. Water Ave. The board will meet 9-10 a.m., and the club will meet 10-11 a.m.

Members of the Tahlequah Lions Club completed a park pickup of Felts City Park Saturday, Nov. 3. Participants include: Karen Shetler, Joseph Shetler, Brittany Wolthuizen, Alan McKee, Kate Nelson, Jared Holthaus, and Earlena McKee. The Tahlequah Lions Club is having a Brinner (Breakfast for D…

MUSKOGEE - Four members of Cherokee Capital Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, attended the Nov. 11 rededication ceremony of the "Spirit of the American Doughboy" statue, which has stood since 1925 at the south entrance of the Jack C. Montgomery VA Medical Center…

Water planning officials with the Oklahoma Water Resources Board are hosting a public forum Thursday, Nov. 15, at 6:30 p.m. in the Tahlequah Armory Municipal Center, 100 N. Water St.

Identical twins Ruby Caroline and Roxy Arden Bahr, 20 months, wore patriotic outfits on election day and for the Veterans Day Parade. The girls are the daughters of Jamie Runyan and Brian Bahr of Edmond, and the granddaughters of Arden James Runyan of Tahlequah.

Water planning officials with the Oklahoma Water Resources Board are hosting a public forum Thursday, Nov. 15, at 6:30 p.m. in the Tahlequah Armory Municipal Center, 100 N. Water St.

Ron Boren, founding board member and manager of the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame in Muskogee, will be featured speaker at the Nov. 11, 2nd Sunday at 2 History and Humanities Lecture Series, sponsored by the Arts Council of Tahlequah.

The 2018 Ducks Unlimited Annual Banquet will take place Thursday, Nov. 15, at 6 p.m. in the Northeastern State University Center Ballroom

When you're fighting chronic pain, depression and too little sleep, you need easy ways to boost your energy. Start with what, when and how you are eating.

Oklahoma smokers are urged to quit tobacco for a day, or a lifetime, during the Great American Smokeout Thursday, Nov. 15. Since 1970, the event has been a new start for tobacco users around the country.

Members of the Tahlequah Lions Club, in collaboration with the Northeastern State University Oklahoma College of Optometry, worked to renovate and restore a water feature in front of the College of Optometry on Saturday, Oct. 28, as a community service project.

Registration is still available for the Cherokee Heritage Center's traditional tear dress class on Nov. 17, led by Cherokee National Treasure Tonia Hogner-Weavel.

The Thompson House, the "Crown Jewel of Tahlequah," was the topic of Beth Herrington's second program for the Arts Council of Tahlequah's 2nd Sunday at 2 History and Humanities Lecture Series.

In recognition of November being National Diabetes Month, the Oklahoma State Department of Health is supporting efforts to bring awareness to the impact of diabetes on Oklahoma.

Ron Boren, founding board member and manager of the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame in Muskogee, will be featured speaker at the Nov. 11, 2nd Sunday at 2 History and Humanities Lecture Series

The Tailholt Community Organization, a 501(c)(3) organization, will hold a baking competition on Saturday, Nov. 10 at the community building, 26229 E. 813 Road in Welling.

Twenty members of Cherokee Capital Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, met Tuesday, Oct. 16, at the St. Brigid Catholic Church Activity Center, with co-hostesses Wilma Baldridge, Susie Eden, and Betty Lowrey providing refreshments.

Tahlequah Friends of the Library will meet Wednesday, Nov. 7, at 10 a.m., in the Tahlequah Public Library Rawls Room, 120 S. College Ave.

Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays should be a special time for families to be thankful for the many blessings they have received and for gathering together to enjoy one another. Sometimes we tend to let the decorations, food items and gift-giving get in the way of enjoying this special tim…

On Monday, Nov. 5, during the regular meeting of Tahlequah Nasturtium Garden Club, Carroll Germany, owner of Green Country Gardens, will give a presentation on how to grow quality plants.

Area residents who have deployed military personnel in their families, or anyone who knows of a family that has someone deployed, can request care packages be sent by the Blue Star Mothers.

Tahlequah Friends of the Library will hold a half-price inventory reduction sale of fiction and nonfiction, Friday-Monday, Nov. 2-5, in the Carnegie Room of the Tahlequah Public Library, 120 S. College Ave.

A good scare is good fun on Halloween, but not when it comes to safe driving and child pedestrian safety. Children are more than twice as likely to be hit by a car and killed on Halloween than any other day of the year, according to Safe Kids Worldwide.

The chances of deer-vehicle crashes are now rising toward their peak with mating season and the quest for different food sources sending deer on the move, according to AAA Oklahoma and The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation.

Tahlequah Friends of the Library will hold a half-price inventory reduction sale of fiction and nonfiction, Friday-Monday, Nov. 2-5, in the Carnegie Room of the Tahlequah Public Library, 120 S. College Ave.

Enrollment is underway for the Illinois River Fly Fishing School, which will take place Feb. 22-23 at the Tenkiller State Park Community Center and on the banks of the Illinois River.

Tahlequah resident Fred (Tucker) Glad, 92, made a four-hour drive to Western Oklahoma to visit family and friends for the 2018 muzzleloader opening weekend. While out there, Glad, a U.S. veteran, was able to harvest an 8-point deer, which weighed 160 pounds.

OKLAHOMA CITY - Remington Park is searching for 10 Oklahoma charities to partner with for the next two years, and the deadline is quickly approaching.

OKLAHOMA CITY - Counselors with the Oklahoma Insurance Department's Medicare Assistance Program can help beneficiaries review their plans for 2019. Medicare health and drug plans can be changed every year.

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