The Cherokee County Community Building transformed into a laboratory Wednesday as Cherokee County 4-H hosted a Mad Science Camp in Tahlequah.
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I was reading a sidebar to scripture this morning and it spoke of giving and our take on it. As “good” people we give our children gifts, time, love; we give friends our friends the same. The author spoke of how we desire to give more or bigger or better--new and improved and measure our ability to love by how much we give.
The city of Comanche has been working to lower the Trihalomethanes (TTHMs) in the city’s water supply like many other communities in Oklahoma since the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ) updated their guidelines. Only 80 micrograms per liter of TTHMs are allowed in the public water supply.
EMPIRE — Empire City Council met for their regularly scheduled meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, where board members discussed the recent updates to the town’s community building.