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NSU students prepare for homecoming

Shanna Kyle, TNE Writer
Homecoming is a time of football and traditions.
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NEOHealth clinic brings change to the NSU community

Hannah Nielsen, TNE Writer On Monday, Aug. 15, NEOHealth Medical Center opened its doors as NSU’s on-campus health facility. NSU worked with...
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Cherokee Nation creates jobs for the community

Kasidee Webb, TNE Writer Tahlequah’s new multimillion dollar shopping center Cherokee Springs Plaza is being built south of Tahlequah along...
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NSU students compete for the title of Miss Cherokee

Jessica Henry, TNE Writer The Miss Cherokee Leadership Competition takes place every year in Tahlequah as a part of the Cherokee National Holiday....
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Tahlequah helps the community one veggie buck at a time

Lauren Redden, TNE Writer The Tahlequah Farmers’ Market is held seasonally downtown at Norris Park. It is a nonprofit organization that focuses...

NSU News

NEOHealth clinic brings change to the NSU community

Published 8/25/16

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Hannah Nielsen, TNE Writer

On Monday, Aug. 15, NEOHealth Medical Center opened its doors as NSU’s on-campus health facility. NSU worked with Northeastern Oklahoma Community Health Centers Inc. to bring a new clinic to Tahlequah that will serve NSU students, but faculty, staff, alumni and members of the community.


NSU students compete for the title of Miss Cherokee

Published 8/24/216

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Jessica Henry, TNE Writer

The Miss Cherokee Leadership Competition takes place every year in Tahlequah as a part of the Cherokee National Holiday. This year there are six contestants competing who are students at NSU. They are Brooke Bailey, Shayley Fourkiller, Raven Girty, Elizabeth Hummingbird, Macie Sullateskee and Sky Wildcat.


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