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 Cherokee Nation Entertainment opened the new Cherokee Casino in Tahlequah on Thursday.
As you may know, Tahlequah (aka J35) is the 20-year-old Salish Sea orca who refused to let go of the body of her newborn daughter who died within 30 minutes of birth on July 24.
Tahlequah, as the mother has come to be called, gave birth on July 25 in what should have been a happy milestone for her long-suffering clan.
Notes: a pre-bid conference will be held at 10:30 am on january 4, 2018 at the tahlequah campus in room a112 of the administration building at 6901 north grand avenue, tahlequah ok 74464.
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.
The Cherokee Nation, in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, has nearly 300,000 tribal members.
Staff shortages and equipment problems forced the city of Tahlequah's Solid Waste Department to hire a contract trucking service recently, and the bill has tallied up to $44,000.
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.
When Tahlequah, Okla., officers responded to a report of a minivan crashed into a ditch, they found 65-year-old William McDonald in the driver's seat and 42-year-old Steven Schofield ridin' shotgun.
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.
Hastings Hospital in Tahlequah, Okla., which was built in 1984.