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Honored for Services Behind the Lines
July 05, 2011
While we honor our war heroes, not everyone serves on the frontlines...
Boeing Commends Cherokee Nation Industries with Gold Status Rating
June 24, 2011
Cherokee Nation Industries (CNI) recently earned a Gold Status rating—the highest rating given to a vendor—from The Boeing Company ("Boeing") for the work force's superior performa...
Charter School and Healthcare Funding Biggest News of Cherokee Council Meeting
June 23, 2011
Multiple resolutions were passed at this month’s Cherokee Nation Tribal Council meeting, but the biggest news was of the approval to create a public charter school and increase the...
Oklahoma Indians Guiding the Way for Land-into-Trust
June 21, 2011
Today, there are roughly 1,900 land-into-trust applications pending from among the 565 federally recognized Indian tribes, and the U.S...
Cherokee Nation Honors National Treasure Recipients
June 10, 2011
“We thank them because they are a great treasure for our nation,” Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chad Smith said about the National Treasure Award recipients during a ceremony in ...
Cherokee Nation Helps Hundreds of Families Achieve Home Ownership
Cherokee Nation News
June 09, 2011
TAHLEQUAH, Oklahoma— Buying a first home can be challenging, especially if a person has made unwise financial choices in the past...
Cherokee Bicyclists Hit the Road for 900 Mile “Remember the Removal” Ride
June 12, 2011
In 1984, a group of students and volunteers road bicycles across North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Illionis, Missouri and Arkansas to remember the removal of thousands ...
Oklahoma Tribes Organize Relief Efforts After Tornadoes Tear Across State
Patti Jo King
May 31, 2011
Just days after eleven deadly tornadoes plowed across southwest Missouri and central Oklahoma, tribes located within the state of Oklahoma are doing whatever they can to help provi...
Cherokee Colonel Embodies Warrior Spirit
Cherokee Nation News
May 27, 2011
Col. Joel Ward, a Cherokee Nation citizen, says we may not realize it but many real-life heroes walk among us every day, including the young soldiers under his command...
University of Arkansas Chooses Cherokee Dean
May 23, 2011
Cherokee Nation citizen Stacy Leeds will take over as dean at the University of Arkansas School of Law July 1, making her the first Native American woman to serve as dean of a law ...
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Johnny Depp, the 'Indian': Is He or Isn't He?
Oklahoma Tornado Destroyed 20 Indian Families’ Homes; Tribes Mobilize Relief
The Fight for Baby Veronica, Part 5
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Generations of Service: Honoring a Family of Veterans
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