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From Dinosaurs to Greece
Children attending the Northeastern State University Continuing Education and College of Liberal Arts Second Century Summer Camps for Kids aren’t just getting adult supervision. The kids are enjoying their summer vacations, and experiencing fun and informative educational programs in a college setting.
Tailholt community introduces ‘fun day’
A Tailholt Family Fun Fest and Dad’s Day Out brought dozens of people to the Caney Community Center Saturday to celebrate fathers and their community.
Airbag module may offer clues to crash
State troopers are seeking the airbag control module from a truck that crashed into a tree in the Keys area early Saturday morning, killing two local teenagers and critically injuring others.
Fatalities could raise new concerns about riding in the back of pickups
A spokesman for the Oklahoma Highway Patrol says troopers “strongly discourage” people from riding in truck beds, although state law doesn’t specifically restrict them from doing so.
Suspicious vehicle lands two in jail on meth-related arrests
Two people were arrested on methamphetamine-related charges Tuesday morning after deputies were asked to check on a suspicious vehicle near Opal McKee Trailer Park.
Thriving on culture
Northeastern State University began as the Cherokee Female Seminary and was established prior to statehood. It has a long and storied history ntertwined with the Cherokee Nation, and to this day, it offers degree programs and outreach opportunities for American Indians.
CN Tribal Council election this Saturday
Cherokee citizens will take to the voting booths Saturday, June 22, as eight tribal council seats are up for grabs. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. in all seven districts.
Teens killed in area crash were TPS students
Two Tahlequah teenagers are dead after a pickup carrying several young people crashed early Saturday morning at the intersection of Indian Road and Pettit Bay Road.
Diamondhead to host Red Dirt music festival
Barbara and Kevin Kelly, owners of Diamondhead Resort on State Highway 10 on the Illinois River, have worked for years to create a fun, festival atmosphere. That includes floating, camping, swimming, as well as hosting a variety of musical guests.
Market offers homemade goods
The Cookson Hills Center United Methodist Mission Farmers’ Market was born on a whim.
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