TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — The Cherokee Nation will begin dispersing its limited supply of heirloom seeds to tribal citizens interested in growing traditional Cherokee crops and plants starting Feb. 1.
CLAREMORE -- Nathan and Melissa Butterfield of Claremore will be making their way to Washington D.C. to attend Donald Trump’s inauguration as the 45th president of the United States.
The Hartshorne Public School Board of Education voted January 9 to hire Jason Lindley as superintendent to replace current Superintendent Mark Ichord, who is retiring at the end of the school year.
Almost 300 people representing 32 faith communities and the community at large gathered Monday to honor the legacy of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.
“I will lift mine eyes to the hills, knowing my help is coming from You,” sang a group of OU students and members from the nearby Everlasting Life Baptist Church in the shadow of William Bizzell’s statue, their voices rising above grinding construction noise.
Former Norman attorney Dane Thomas Wilson was ordered last week by U.S. District Judge Timothy D. Deguisti to pay $525,006.71 in restitution to former clients and the federal government.
Hundreds of community members of all ethnicities, backgrounds and creeds packed McFarlin UMC’s Fenn Hall Monday morning to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day with an interfaith service.
After he was arrested and charged with violating the Sex Offender Registry Act in November, convicted Norman High rapist Tristen Kole Killman-Hardin will have to plead his case Thursday before Cleveland County District Judge Lori Walkley during a hearing.
Winter is one of the best seasons for stargazing because not only are there some fantastically clear nights, but there are plenty of bright stars to go around.
Wind energy projects have equaled more than $500 million invested in Garfield County, Enid Regional Development Alliance Executive Director Brent Kisling said during a Rewarded with Wind workshop last week.
Women from across the nation, including Dr. Helen Franklin of Claremore, are banding together for the upcoming Women’s March on Washington.
Editor’s note: This is part one of a two-part series examining the state of the foster care system in Oklahoma. See Monday’s edition of The Transcript for Part Two.
Local merchants and city leaders have pointed to online shopping as one of the main reasons Norman and other municipalities across the state have seen a decrease in sales tax collections.
Something we all know about Oklahoma weather is it comes in many forms. Our state has been known to have some very mild winters, as well as a season full of extremes, including an ice storm or two.
I frequently get surprises in my garden simply because I often forget having planted a bulb or herbaceous perennial in a particular place. On the flip side, I often search for growth signs from corms or bulbs or small plants only to find zilch.
Although analysts project cattle prices to be lower than 2016 for year-over-year averages, several factors are poised to have a significant effect on 2017 cattle and beef markets and may change current price expectations.
Attorneys for the city of Tahlequah and Mayor Jason Nichols are disputing claims made by former city attorney Park Medearis, who has sued them over alleged discrimination.
Hollers of "Bingo" ring out fairly often in Tahlequah, and two spots for locals to test their luck, are the Tri-Community (WEB) Association and the Tahlequah Senior Citizens Center.
The Kaw Nation of Oklahoma, a Native American tribe with about 3,300 members, has made an audacious move the tribe says will change its future, building a hotel complex with a resort and casino on tribal land along Interstate Highway 35, just south of the Kansas border in Braman.
Before even taking office, Republicans in the House of Representatives tripped a land mine when on Jan. 2 they voted 119-74 behind closed doors to place the responsibilities of the Office of Congressional Ethics under the U.S. House Ethics Committee, essentially putting the “independent” OCE under House control.
WAGONER — A body burned beyond description was discovered in an isolated area near Jackson Bay late Wednesday night, a law enforcement official said.
A man accused of killing his brother-in-law at a Tahlequah home in 2015 pleaded guilty late Thursday afternoon to first-degree manslaughter and told a judge he "did it."
Oklahoma State University continues to make a point to bring entertaining acts to Stillwater for the community’s enjoyment. The latest production to make the stop at OSU is Split Knuckle Theatre’s production of ‘Endurance,’ the first and only theater production to be hosted by OSU Allied Arts during the season.
The Cherokee Nation's Roads Program has made a conscious effort to improve the quality of passage for the roads less traveled in Cherokee County and surrounding counties for years.
Ranching interests, who say the Obama administration has applied protective measures with little regard for land management, also await the swearing in of Trump, expecting there will be a change of direction.
There is still a lot to be learned about the personality of this newest winter storm Jupiter that is bearing down the plains states, including Oklahoma. But one thing's for sure, people in Woodward and surrounding areas, including the Panhandle, need to be prepared, said Woodward Emergency Manager Matt Lehenbauer.
SUMMIT — State transportation officials plan to look at ways to address safety issues at the U.S. 69 and Oktaha Road intersection, but it could take some time before a fix is in place.
A commemoration of the life and contributions of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. scheduled Sunday will provide students of all ages an opportunity to show off their artistic and oratorical skills.