A half-dozen children are now better artists, students, and community stewards after wrapping up week three of the Arts for All Summer Arts and Leadership Day Camp.
Tahlequah residents will have another opportunity during the week to pick up fresh, homegrown produce at the Tahlequah Farmers' Market, when the first Mid-Week Market opens Wednesday.
A mobile Disaster Recovery Center is open daily 9 a.m.-6 p.m. at Peggs Public School. This is for persons affected by the May 20 Peggs tornado and subsequent flooding along Highway 80 in southwestern Cherokee County.
Warmer weather means area residents will be spending more time outdoors, and reports of dog bites seem to be increasing.
After three weeks, 950 miles, and seven states, a group of 21 cyclists returned to Tahlequah - the capital of Cherokee Nation - where they were greeted by friends, family, and spectators.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Congressman Markwayne Mullin, OK-2 Republican, will hold a telephone town hall for Oklahomans on Monday, June 24, at 6:30 p.m. The call will last approximately one hour.
Principal Chief-elect Chuck Hoskin Jr. today announced former Cherokee Nation Tribal Council Speaker Tina Glory Jordan to lead the transition team in preparation for his new administration.
After listening to two presentations by Construction Management companies during Monday night's meeting, the Tahlequah School Board voted to hire CMS Willowbrook to help with the process of an upcoming school bond vote.
Storyteller Janelle Adair returned to the Cherokee square in downtown Tahlequah Wednesday, when she was greeted by hundreds of kids who stopped by to hear Cherokee Nation's Stories on the Square.
A dozen tweens and teens banded together to collect the Infinity Stones through a series of Marvel-themed activities at the "Superheroes in Space" program Wednesday in the Tahlequah Public Library.
Cherokee County sheriff's deputies, Tahlequah Police officers and Cherokee Nation marshals arrested a man after he pointed a gun at a group of people and stole a truck.
A petition to the Cherokee Nation Supreme Court to invalidate the results of the principal chief and deputy chief race was dismissed Wednesday.
The Cherokee County Board of Commissioners gave approval at a June 17 meeting for the Oklahoma Office of Juvenile Affairs detention transportation contract.
Some people are born with talent, but to progress, it takes practice and repetition. That's why students from around the area are attending the Cherokee Nation Performing Arts Summer Camp this week, becoming more acquainted with the stage and performing in front of an audience.
FORT GIBSON — Residents who plan to rebuild property damaged by recent flooding were advised to “talk with a floodplain administrator before they even drive a nail.
The Cherokee Nation's "first mother," retired educator Dr. Isabel Baker, was honored recently with the Carl Albert Award – a lifetime award from the Oklahoma Democratic Party – at the state convention, held in the Renaissance Oklahoma City Convention Center.
Tahlequah Mayor Sue Catron reiterated Saturday night that the city is not broke, but stressed it could be in a few years, if proper action isn't taken.
Students applied their knowledge of science to art projects at Northeastern State University's Summer Youth Day Camp Monday, this one focusing on jewelry creation.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Kevin Stitt announced Monday that the Federal Emergency Management Agency has approved the state's request for disaster assistance for four more Oklahoma counties impacted by flooding, tornadoes, severe storms and straight-line winds.
Buzzy Manning has officially retired from Indian Capital Technology Center, but she will never stop learning about and sharing information about the technology she taught others.
The Cherokee Nation Supreme Court on Monday sustained a motion to dismiss an appeal filed by District 13 Tribal Councilor Buel Anglen, who petitioned the court to declare the District 13 Tribal Council election invalid.
With a public hearing scheduled for 5 p.m. Saturday, June 15, to discuss Tahlequah's 2019-2020 city budget, a detailed line-by-line document was emailed to the Tahlequah Daily Press Friday morning.
Students participating in the Northeastern State University’s Summer Youth Day Camps were excited as they engaged in a variety of science- and art-related projects Friday.
Johnny Horn has lived in Moodys all of his 63 years, but in the 1960s, he would go to Oregon and California with his parents to pick fruit.
Cherokee County sheriff's deputies this week arrested on first-degree rape charges a man who dressed in women's undergarments and demanded sex before threatening to beat up the victim's father.
With a public hearing scheduled for 5 p.m. Saturday, June 15 to discuss Tahlequah's 2019-2020 city budget, a full copy of the document has apparently not yet been seen by the city council and key employees.
Summer weather is here, and the sun may be heating things up in Tahlequah, but it’s not stopping people from venturing outside, as the Tahlequatics pool was bustling Thursday with swimmers, young and old.
This Week's Circulars
NAME: Mark Skinner AGE: 88 TOWN: Tahlequah OCCUPATION: Mechanic DIED: June 22, 2019 SERVICES: Pending
PARK HILL [mdash] age 63. Cherokee Nation Housing Rehab Director. Died June 16th in Tahlequah. Funeral services June 20th at 10:00am at Reed-Culver. Burial at Park Hill Cemetery. Visitation June 19th from 1:00pm until 6:00pm at Reed-Culver.
- Local youths win coon hunters world championship
- U.S. Navy to name newest rescue ship the 'Cherokee Nation'
- Man wielding gun steals truck from birthday party
- CN high court tosses Anglen appeal; chief protest upcoming
- Tribal high court turns down petition to nullify election results
- Tigers settled at QB position
- 'Political powerhouse' Baker wins Albert award
- Man flees from police, crashes into vehicle
- Willard Stone Museum raising funds to relocate
- Mayor: Action needed to keep city in good financial standing