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Student Creates Lego Wampum Belt
Cladoosby Calls Out John Kerry
Cliven Bundy: Racist, Recent and Wrong?
Chefs Raise Hoop Dancer Funds for France
CRYP Launches Wowapi Teen Book Club
Hawaiian Sovereignty Moves Forward
Public Meetings Coming up on Navajo Mine
Good, Bad, Ugly: Culture as Commodity
Tribal Tourism Summit Educates Nevada
Dan Snyder Is All Three Worst People
'Rabbit-Proof Fence' Author Walks On
Haskell University Battles Cutbacks
Native Death Rate 50% Higher Than Whites
Convoluted U.S. ‘Logic’ About Shoshone
Jewell Keynote Speaker at Tribal Summit
Free Download: 'Music Saved Me'
Navajos Vote Against Junk Food Tax
6 Childhood Language Immersion Programs
Snyder: ‘We Are Not the Issue’
Bundy Ranch Is Not Another Wounded Knee
Thing About Skins
The First Annual Oklahoma Slam Begins Today
The Nashoba Youth Foundation ’s dream of hosting a skateboarding competition has finally come true...
Cherokee Nation honors veterans at Tribal Council meeting
At its recent Tribal Council meeting, the Cherokee Nation honored James James Carl Warrington, Lenzy Eugene Warrington, and Curtis G...
Revitalization Opportunities Abound for the Cherokee Language
In an effort to further preserve the Cherokee language , the Cherokee Nation Foundation has created a reading center featuring audio books, purchased digital textbooks and will pub...
Cherokee Nation Gives Back to Education
The Cherokee Nation recently distributed nearly $3 million to area schools during its Public School Appreciation Day held at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Catoosa, Oklahoma...
Cherokee Heritage Center Educates Visitors
The Cherokee Heritage Center in Park Hill, Oklahoma regularly welcomes field trip groups to teach school kids what it took to live in Indian territory...
Cherokee Youth Making a ‘Racket’ in Tennis World
Many high school sophomore student-athletes have at least six academic classes and one or two hours of practice on any given day...
Cherokees Plant Heirloom Seeds for Spring, Summer Gardens
The winter frost will soon thaw across the country, and for many delighted Cherokees, that means spring gardening season is just around the corner...
Charles Head Confirmed as Cherokee Secretary of State
Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker tapped a former Bureau of Indian Affairs employee in November to become the tribe’s new Secretary of State...
Biological Father Regains Custody of Two-Year-Old Cherokee Daughter in Adoption Battle
The biological father of a 2-year-old Cherokee girl, who was adopted by non-Native parents in 2009, has regained custody...
Sequoyah Students Chosen to Decorate Native Christmas Tree at Capitol
Cherokee Nation students from Sequoyah Schools were recently chosen as one of 44 school groups in Oklahoma to decorate a tree during the Governor’s Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony...
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Principal Chief Bill John Baker: NMAI’s Meet Native America Series
Cherokee Nation Gives Nearly $200K to Boys & Girls Clubs
Doctor, Lawyer, Chief: HELP WANTED On Ideas For Raising More Indian PhDs
Cherokee Nation Veterans Center Opens
Cherokee Students Participate in N7 Event With OU Quarterback
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