Tahlequah


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Tah·le·quah

 (tə-lē′kwə)
A city of eastern Oklahoma east-southeast of Tulsa. It is the capital of the Cherokee Nation.
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TAHLEQUAH The Northeastern State University Alumni Association added Suzanne Myers of Tahlequah and William Rauch, of Silver Spring, Maryland, to its board.
Having directed the Villa Serena community of Sarasota, Florida, for several years, she was led by spiritual guidance in 1981 to establish the community of Sparrow Hawk Village in the foothills of the Ozarks near Tahlequah, Oklahoma, where she continues to live.
Also in Tahlequah is the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians, with about 14,000 members.
Jessie holds a master's degree in collegiate scholarship and service, and a bachelor's degree in education, both from the Northeastern State University (NSU) in Tahlequah, Okla.
Ol' Blue also went behind bars--at the Tahlequah animal shelter.
airport The Tahlequah Municipal Airport in Oklahoma is in the process of redesigning its taxiway and improving its navigation lights, among other upgrades.
Medical Superintendent (MS) of the Qazi Ahmed Tahlequah Hospital, Dr.
Kirk Hays, executive vice president for Arvest Bank in Tulsa, said, 'As we work to finalize the acquisition of these Muskogee and Tahlequah locations, Arvest's focus remains on our commitment to meeting the financial service needs of both individual customers and companies in our community.
Based in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, Reasor's Foods was founded in 1963, with 17 locations, two convenience stores and nearly 3,000 employees in Northeastern Oklahoma.
Recipients are: Lori Allen, RN, resident of Ada, a new faculty member at Murray State College nursing program, Tishomingo; Carol Williams, RN, Warner, faculty member at Indian Capital Technology Center practical nursing program, Sallisaw campus; and Kerri Wolf, RN, Stilwell, faculty member at Indian Capital Technology Center practical nursing program, Tahlequah campus.
His first work as a professional journalist was in 1958 as a reporter for the Tahlequah Times.
Box 1418, Tahlequah, OK 74465/ tommywildcat@hotmail.