Cherokee citizen Kimberly Teehee who was recently named a delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives by the Cherokee Nation, has been named as TIME Magazine’s Top 16 equality activists.
Many well wishers turned out Thursday to say good luck and goodbye to Dr. Rick Robbins, who is retiring after 42 years of practice in Sequoyah County. Stephanie Six, administrator for Northeast Health System Sequoyah Hospital in Sallisaw, where Robbins took care of his patients, said Robbins will be missed but she and the staff wish him well. Six is pictured presenting a gift to Robbins with Bryan Warner, NHS Sequoyah Hospital Board member and recently-elected Deputy Chief of the Cherokee Nation, who was also in attendance along with several members of Robbins’ family and friends attending the reception.
Faith Cude from Muldrow won Grand Champion for her lamb in the annual Sequoyah County Livestock Show held last week.
Cataline Colbert of Muldrow is in the cast of the Community School of Arts (CSA) production of Cinderella presented by the national awardwinning Youth Theatre Company at CSA.
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