Registration is open for the Tahlequah Youth Football Camp.
Ryan Helsley, former Sequoyah Indian standout, is living out a boy’s dream. The dream of being a big league ball player.
The Tahlequah High School girls’ basketball program will be making another appearance in the Tournament of Champions.
Northeastern State offensive lineman Madison Wrather has been selected to the College Sports Information Directors of America Football Super Region 3 Academic All-District First Team.
The Sequoyah Indians football team conducted spring practices from May 14-25. The Indians returned to the practice field for the first time in over a year.
Tahlequah tennis players Trenton Miller and Jaden Carroll were selected to the Oklahoma Coaches Association East All-State Team after wrapping up their careers with Class 5A State Tournament appearances.
Northeastern State redshirt freshman pitcher Nic Swanson received his second All-Region honor Wednesday, and former RiverHawk pitcher and Sequoyah High School product Zach Parish earned two more Pitcher of the Year awards.
Tahlequah seniors Angel Quezada, Jerron Sherrill and Cris Najar were each chosen as Oklahoma Soccer Coaches Association All-State honorable mention selections.
Tahlequah soccer players Madison Taylor, Emma Lindstrom and Kaili Crawford were each honored following the Lady Tigers’ 2021 season under first-year head coach Stacie Grooms.
Northeastern State pitcher Nic Swanson was named to the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association All-Central Region Second Team Friday.
The Keys High School boys golf team had its best finish in program history last week in the Class 2A State Tournament at Earlywine Golf Course in Oklahoma City.
Northeastern State added its fifth signee in women’s basketball Tuesday in point guard Kaylin Lay of Frisco, Texas.
Shady Grove Boys Track ORES Division 3 State Champions: L to R Coach Scott Owens, Josiah Robbins, Aidan Schmitt, Duke Parker, Brayden Rodriquez, Cody Botts (not pictured).
Northeastern State baseball's 2021 campaign ended Saturday with an 8-6 Game 2 defeat to Rogers State. Three RiverHawks had three-hit games, but RSU scored in the ninth inning for the second straight day.
Tahlequah brought home a state championship and four new school records Saturday at the Class 5A OSSAA Track & Field State Championships at Ardmore High School.
It was smooth sailing for Northeastern State Friday in its MIAA Baseball Championship opener against Rogers State at Thomas C. Rousey Field in Tahlequah.
There’s a championship buzz surrounding the Tahlequah High School track and field programs as the OSSAA Class 5A Track & Field State Championships inch closer.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Northeastern State Head Baseball Coach Jake Hendrick headlined 12 All-MIAA selections with postseason awards announced Wednesday by association officials.
Tahlequah had six individuals and a relay team named as additional qualifiers for Saturday’s OSSAA Class 5A Track & Field State Championships at Ardmore High School.
Tahlequah High School golfers Hope Berry and Katie Pursley competed at the Class 5A Golf State Tournament Wednesday and Thursday at Chickashaw Pointe Golf Club in Kingston.
Thirteen individuals across 18 events and three relay teams for Tahlequah earned spots in next week’s Class 5A State Track & Field Meet after top three finishes Friday in a 5A East Regional at Tahlequah High School.
Tahlequah suffered consecutive losses to Pryor and Shawnee and had its season come to an end Wednesday at the Class 5A Pryor Regional Tournament.
ST. JOSEPH, Missouri – Anxiety is the feeling Northeastern State University women's golf had for over an hour Wednesday at the NCAA Central Regional. A round of 307 was just enough by a razor-thin one-stroke advantage to advance to the NCAA National Championships for the 10th time in program history.
The Tahlequah girls track and field team set a new school record on its way to a Metro Lakes Conference championship Friday at Glenpool.
Hulbert multi-sport athlete Lilly Chambers decided to take on a golf challenge for the first time in her career, and it paid off as Chambers advanced to the Class 2A State Tournament.
Tahlequah got off to a good start Friday with a win over Sapulpa but couldn’t get past Westmoore in a Class 6A Slowpitch Regional in Oklahoma City.
This Week's Circulars
TAHLEQUAH [mdash] age 61. Homemaker. Died June 15th in Tahlequah, OK. Memorial Services June 19th at 2:00pm at Union Community Church in Tahlequah, OK.
TAHLEQUAH [mdash] age 70 of Tahlequah, OK and San Antonio, Zambales, Philippines. Start Up Engineer Died June 12th in Tahlequah, OK. Visitation June 15th until June 17th from 8:00am until 5:00pm daily at Reed-Culver Funeral Home.
- LIVING A DREAM: Sequoyah High School product Ryan Helsley is making the most of his professional baseball career
- SAVING TSA-LA-GI: Movement is growing to restore dilapidated Cherokee Heritage Center amphitheater
- EXCELLENCE: Tahlequah's Elzy Miller has reached the top with HOF induction
- Cherokee Nation passes Anti-Harassment Act; lone dissenter says administration coming for citizens' guns
- CN AG adds five false personation charges against woman in election fraud case
- More local cases dropped by state in McGirt wake
- 'Pseudo' tribes of Cherokees in crosshairs of Tri-Council
- TRIBAL TRADITIONS: Three factions of Cherokees gather for diversions before Tri-Council meeting
- City councilor, others fret over bid validity
- POLICE BEAT 6-18-21: Purported veteran hits other man, claims he used racial slur; witness doesn't hear it
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