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Cherokee Nation Honors Three Veterans in May
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The Cherokee Nation honored two Korean War veterans and a Vietnam War veteran with the Cherokee Medal of Patriotism at its May Tribal Council meeting...
Cherokee Nation Marshals Cross-Deputized for Claremore Indian Hospital
Seven Cherokee Nation marshals were recently cross-deputized by the U.S. Marshal Service to maintain a presence at the Claremore Indian Hospital...
Cherokee Nation Honors Fallen Soldiers for Memorial Day
Memorial Day celebrations are planned throughout Indian country this weekend to honor tribal veterans and the sacrifices they made serving in the United States military at a rate h...
Kawi Café Customers Get Small Business Training With Their Cherokee-Blend Coffee
The Cherokee Nation’s Kawi Café is now serving up its signature Cherokee blend coffee in downtown Tahlequah, while giving budding entrepreneurs firsthand experience running their o...
First Cherokee Promise Scholar Graduates from NSU
A program started in 2011 by the Cherokee Nation to ensure more Cherokees attain college degrees graduated its first student at Northeastern State University on Saturday, May 10...
Cherokee Nation Honors Veterans With Medals
The Cherokee Nation during it’s April meeting recognized and honored two Cherokee Nation citizens with the Cherokee Medal of Patriotism for their United States military service...
Honor the Treaties: Cherokee Freedmen Complicate Native Rights Mantra
It was Monday, May 5 when news began to spread that Indian country had lost one of its greatest treaty rights activists, Billy Frank Jr...
USDA Official, Doug O’Brien Talks Tribal Outreach
From rural incentives to infrastructure support to increased opportunities under the most recent farm bill, the U.S...
Cherokee Prof. Gets $2.9M Grant to Research an Intertribal Talking Circle for Drug Abuse Prevention
Professor John Lowe , Cherokee, was recently awarded a $2.9 million grant, funded by the National Institutes of Health, to conduct and evaluate an after-school substance abuse prev...
Cherokee Nation Adds Millions to Housing, Career Programs
Tribal Council establishes 'Cherokee Nation Leadership Day' The Cherokee Nation increased its 2014 operating budget, adding $9.7 million from carryover funds from fiscal year 2013...
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