Volunteer enjoys helping young people, families
After retiring, some people find a hobby, others get a second career, and there are those who want to give back to their communities.
Arts on the Avenue vendor list tops 100
Arts on the Avenue, Tahlequah’s only fine arts festival, is one of several events putting the city on the destination map.
Students connect with History Day
To convey the significance of a person or an event in history, the details have to be put into proper context.
Cypert makes performance art a family affair
Art and imagination can blossom when nurtured, and that’s what Steve Cypert is doing with his grandchildren through film-making.
Young artists snare FCT show awards
Two local emerging artists were recently recognized at the Five Civilized Tribes Museum’s 2013 Student Art Show.
Cook has wanted to serve God since age 8
David D. Cook believes his recent appointment as pastor at D.D. Etchieson United Methodist Church allows him to discover his roots as a Native American.
Business Expo packed with freebies, valuable information
Anyone who wants to learn how to save money on health insurance, get in on some giveaways, or find out what Tahlequah’s business community has to offer can have it all at the 2013 Tahlequah Business Expo next weeken
Revelers getting ready for Red Fern
For more information on vendors and other activities, or to view the festival map, visit the website at www.RedFernFesti val.com or search “Red Fern Festival” on Facebook.
The students keep THS math teacher young
Tahlequah High School’s Teacher of the Year for 2012-’13 came to Tahlequah to attend college in 1978, and he never left.
Youth participate in Kick Butts event
Tahlequah is known for its beautiful parks, and on Thursday, area youth participated in an event to enhance that beauty and raise awareness about the dangers of tobacco use.
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