TAHLEQUAH — Artwork is now being accepted for the 50th annual Trail of Tears Art Show and Sale, hosted by the Cherokee Heritage Center.
Five scouts in Girl Scout Troop 7049 have their sights set on the bronze award. Troop Leader Crystal White the award, which is the highest honor a junior can achieve, requires a community project. The organization says this award teaches scouts “important leadership skills, and how seemingly small actions make a big difference.”
The Republican-led effort to allow Texans to carry handguns without any kind of license cleared what is likely its biggest remaining hurdle in the Capitol on Wednesday, when the Texas Senate moved in a nail-biter vote to bring the measure to the floor and then gave it preliminary approval.
A basket raffle to benefit graduating Greater Johnstown students in the high school’s vocational programs has nearly reached its $2,000 goal, but needs some help getting there before the effort ends Saturday, Salon Vizions owner Kathy Vizza said.
It was during cheer practice in 2013 when a cheerleader fell out of a stunt. Rhonda Willis didn’t hesitate to step in and catch her – a decision that would lead her down a path she never planned on.
The city of Huntsville would need to nearly double its streets budget to keep pace with an ever-growing list of aging roads, a recent study showed.
Huntsville officials are plowing ahead with a $13 million-plus plan to demolish or relocate city hall, perhaps seeking the first construction bids by the end of the year.
Incoming nursing students at Mount Aloysius College now have the option to graduate with little debt and a guaranteed job after school because of a new agreement between the college and UPMC Altoona, Bedford and Somerset.
Fostering Connections mobile coordinator Amy Jenson discusses the mission of the non-profit and the resources they will be providing in their mobile unit.
Five neighboring properties in downtown Johnstown will soon be combined to create the new Balance Main Street Plaza.
Rogers State University student Alexander Jochmans was selected for the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center's Summer Undergraduate Research Experience program, which prepares and encourages undergraduate students to pursue careers in biomedical research or health related sciences.
The newly elected Claremore City Councilors were sworn in during the regular city council meeting Monday. Pictured from left to right, Debbie Long representing Ward I, Jonathan Eslick representing Ward II, Lindsey Erwin reporesenting Ward IV, Justin Michael reoresenting Ward II, City Manager John Feart, Mayor Bill Flanagan and Municipal Judge Todd Willhoite.
Texas Supreme Court Justice Eva Guzman will be the guest speaker at the Grimes County Republican Party’s 16th annual Reagan Dinner on Saturday, May 22.
Sam Houston State University’s Student Government Association External Affairs Department has donated a Little Free Library to Emancipation Park in Huntsville, in an effort to give back to the community that hosts them throughout their years of higher education.
How did a 17th century French shipwreck become one of the most significant stories in early Texas history? When an explorer set sail for the Mississippi River in 1684 on Ship La Belle, his plan was to claim new territory for France. The ship instead sailed into Matagorda Bay, only to eventually sink. 300 years later the ship’s resting place was discovered, instigating an extraordinary excavation and preservation effort.
The Walker County Office of Emergency Management will be hosting additional COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics at the Walker County Storm Shelter next week.
One in every five Walker County residents has been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, state health officials confirmed Monday.
Dave Jurcic spent years operating a Clinton Street barbershop before continuing on to Erie and Pittsburgh, where he spent 12 years as an educator for the well-known men’s grooming product maker American Crew.