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Fast Pitch Softball Rankings Released

Sep 14, 2011 • by VYPE Oklahoma •
OKrankings.com released September 13, 2011 the fast-pitch softball rankings for Classes 6A-B.  Class 6A 1-Union, 2-Mustang, 3-Jenks, 4-Owasso, 5-Edmond Santa Fe, 6-Broken Arrow, 7-Edmond Memorial, 8-Moore, 9-Edmond North, 10-Sand Springs Class 5A 1-Grove, 2-Coweta, 3-Tahlequa More

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Construction Underway at Sequoyah

Jul 28, 2014 • Indian Country Today Media Network
Recently the Cherokee Nation's roads department began work to widen the intersection of Coffee Hollow Road and U.S. 62, which serves as the front entrance to Sequoyah Schools' campus in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. The project will add traffic signals and ... More

CN Summer Food Service Program provides meals

Jul 25, 2014 • Cherokee Phoenix
Diego Ross-Keetle, of Tahlequah, Okla., receives his free lunch on July 2 at Sequoyah High School as part of the Cherokee Nation's Summer Food Service Program. The program was established by the U.S Department of Agriculture to ensure that children ... More

Stark enjoys making a difference

Jul 15, 2014 • Tahlequah Daily Press
Stark is a 1999 Tahlequah High School graduate, and earned bachelor's and master's degrees in education from Northeastern State University. ... “Everyone at Sequoyah goes above and beyond to provide the best experience for our students,” said Stark. More

Vouchers help families get clothing

Jul 7, 2014 • Tahlequah Daily Press
“First of all, the child has to be enrolled in school, and the vouchers do not cover children in pre-kindergarten,” said Lamb. “The children have to be tribal citizens and residents within the 14-county jurisdiction. There is also an income eligibility ... More

CN citizens get clothing vouchers for first time

Jul 22, 2014 • Cherokee Phoenix
This summer marked the first time that Amanda Shell's family was able to receive school clothing vouchers distributed by the Cherokee Nation. Two of her three children got their $100 cards on July 10 at Sequoyah High School. “I think it's awesome ... More

Immersion school develops language resource center

Jul 21, 2014 • Cherokee Phoenix
After receiving a grant from the Administration of Native Americans' Esther Martinez Initiative, the school has been able to start a Cherokee language resource center for teachers, students and parents of Sequoyah Schools and start Cherokee language ... More

Blair receives Bill Rabbit Legacy Art Scholarship

Jul 23, 2014 • Cherokee Phoenix
The 18-year-old graduated in May from Sequoyah High School in Tahlequah. He said he grew up seeing Bill Rabbit's works while attending art shows with his mother Dana Tiger, an award-winning painter. “Their artist family carries the legacy forward with ... More

Felon just out of prison runs from officers; meth lab found

Jul 15, 2014 • Tahlequah Daily Press
TAHLEQUAH — Traffic was brought to a standstill Monday afternoon when a driver accused of fleeing from authorities crashed into a truck and trailer on U.S. Highway 62 near Sequoyah High School. Tahlequah Police Chief Nate King said the crash was ... More

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