Arnall instills sense of pride in students
For 18 years, Cheryl Arnall has enjoyed her career as an educator. This year, she’s a first-grade teacher at Heritage Elementary, which just opened for the 2012-’13 school year.
She teaches in a self-contained classroom, which means she teaches all subjects.
Area residents salute moms
Mothers give life, help their children discover joys in life, and offer life lessons.
Bright casuals in vogue for summer
Summer might seem like it will never come, but those 80-degree days will soon be in the weather forecast.
Art: For Cotton, anything else feels wrong
Art has a different meaning to each person, based on perception and experience, and whether the person is an artist or admirer.
Roots and Shoots lets kids help others
The sound of harp music floated along the stairs, greeting visitors who traveled to the second floor of the Northeastern State University library en route to a children’s art show Tuesday evening.
Rape victim’s story shows how VAWA can help
Victims of rape often experience a sense of shame, but when that feeling is compounded by first responders, the damage can be irreversible.
Theater evolving into music venue
The Dream Theater has long been an iconic segment of Tahlequah’s North Muskogee corridor, but what was once a popular silver-screen venue has lain mostly fallow in recent years.
Local memories are music to Garrett’s ears
A dream of better opportunities through education brings thousands of students to Tahlequah to attend Northeastern State University every year.
Men don heels as show of support
Men from all walks of life stepped out of their comfort zones Saturday, donning high heels to “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes.”
Johnson aims for positive learning lessons
Teachers are often inspired to choose their profession because of their own early experiences as students in the classroom. Later, they want to encourage other students and pass on the positive learning lessons.
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