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Thanks to Cherokee County Girl Scout Troop 1380, bees passing through the area will have four new insect hotels in which to spend their summer vacations.

The Tahlequah Public Works Authority Board of Trustees, during a Sept. 17 meeting, approved several invoices for construction projects.

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In response to Gov. Kevin Stitt's removing the only two physicians from the Oklahoma Health Care Authority, State Rep. Monroe Nichols, D-Tulsa, announced legislation he'll file next session to remove some of the governor's oversight authority.

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Investigators spent thousands of man-hours over the course of three decades with a local homicide case that captured global attention.

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Deputies located a man who appeared to have been involved in a road rage incident with a gun.

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National Library Card Sign Up Month is a nationwide initiative to push Americans to be more active at their local libraries and to sign themselves up for library cards.

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Music is the sound of a culture, and Bear Creek Troupe can take listeners to a place of roots, with folk and Celtic melodies.

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Stories swirl about what resides in the thickness of Green Country, Oklahoma, with tales of strange sightings abundant -whether real or imagined.

Cherokee County Governmental Building Authority members approved the May and June monthly reports during a Sept. 15 meeting.

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Blake Longshore started attending taekwondo classes when he was 8 years old because he was being bullied at school. Martial arts gave him a space to make friends, and it boosted his self-esteem as he was trying to understand who he was as a person.

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The Tahlequah Public School Board of Education met Sept. 14 at the Tahlequah High School Performing Arts Center to accommodate the influx of protesters who came to denounce the recently approved masking mandate.

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Apple watches made their debut in 2015, and since then, Samsung, Fossil, and other companies have tried to keep up. This has left traditional jewelers reflecting on the future of the watch industry.

Data released by the Oklahoma Tax Commission indicate Cherokee County sales tax collections from September increased by more than $120,000 from the same time last year, but Hulbert's figures decreased.

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The county commissioners are taking advantage of good weather and extra time to get their road projects completed.

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The Cherokee Nation Tribal Council confirmed the largest budget in its history during a regular meeting Monday.

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Each year, the Cherokee County Fair brings out students from all over to participate in livestock shows, judging contests, and bicycle races and more.

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OKLAHOMA CITY — In a little more than a week, Markwayne Mullin said he went from a little-known Oklahoma Congressman to an international figure after, he said, federal officials leaked information about his team’s attempts to rescue Americans from Afghanistan.

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President Joe Biden announced Thursday that the Department of Labor is developing an emergency rule to require large companies and health care facilities that receive federal dollars to have all their employees vaccinated, spurring resistance from Oklahoma officials.

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HULBERT – The past few weeks have felt a little more normal for Hulbert students, since the school administration established expectations and routines that have helped them keep their doors open.

An memorandum of understanding between the city and the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge was approved after officers at the Tahlequah Police Department returned to 12-hour shifts due to COVID-19.

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The public witnessed a protracted game of "he said, she said" between city and hospital officials during a Sept. 7 Tahlequah City Council meeting, with the mayor and hospital CEO leading the fray.

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