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A perfect pairing
Wines on the Avenue, in conjunction with Arts on the Avenue, allowed area residents to spend quality time with family and friends, enjoying the beautiful weather and fun atmosphere this weekend.
Monument dedicated honoring chief justice
Over 200 descendants of Judge John Martin Jr., the first Cherokee Nation Supreme Court chief justice to serve in both the east and western territories, gathered Saturday to pay tribute and dedicate a monument in Martin’s honor.
Tribe filing $49.8M civil suit against feds
The Cherokee Nation Tribal Council Monday unanimously approved a resolution to seek millions in unpaid health care costs from the federal government by filing a civil suit in federal court.
Man tasered after assault
A Tahlequah man had to be tasered during his arrest June 7 when police responded to a domestic disturbance call on north Grand Avenue.
Group worried new standards are invasive
Who wants their children’s palm prints to be taken electronically by a school to be used for the lunch program? That is being done at a school in Enid already.
TCH CEO: Key to managing crisis is communication
Three weeks ago, an EF-5 tornado ripped through Moore and destroyed the Moore Medical Center. No fatalities or injuries were reported, however.
HPS board members approve contracts
Several school district service contracts and other logistical details were discussed and approved during Monday’s regular Hulbert Public Schools Board of Education meeting.
An artistic affair
Area artists gathered this weekend on the Cherokee Courthouse Square to highlight their skills, visits with patrons and maybe even make a little money.
Skiing losing ground to wakeboarding
The sport of water skiing was born in Lake City, Minn., on June 28, 1922 when 18-year-old Ralph Samuelson strapped two pine boards to his feet and successfully skimmed the waters of Lake Pepin, towed by his older brother Ben.
Feds launch probe into jail assault
A former jailer accused of assaulting an inmate at the Cherokee County Detention Center is free on bond as the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Muskogee begins its own investigation.
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