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Bill John Baker Reelected to Lead Cherokee Nation
Nearly 20,000 Cherokee Nation citizens showed up to polls on June 27 to reelect Principal Chief Bill John Baker to another four-year term according to unofficial 2015 General Elect...
Moving On Up: This Week’s Promotions, Hirings and Transitions in the Business/Gaming World
Indian Country Today Media Network compiled a list of business executives, managers, attorneys, board members, medical professionals, and others making big moves in (and out of) In...
Video: Cherokee Elder Daggie Ketcher Walker Talks Eating ‘Steak’ and Stealing Apples
Cherokee Elder Daggie Ketcher Walker was born in what she called a “hut house” at Rocky Mountain. She says they had marbles to play with growing up...
Report Says Cherokee Nation Has $1.5 Billion Impact on Oklahoma's Economy
A new report by a professor at Oklahoma City University shows that the Cherokee Nation has a $1.5 billion impact on Oklahoma’s economy, a 50 percent boost since a previous report f...
Video: Cherokee Elder Betty Sixkiller Talks Herbal Medicines and Old-Time Toys
Cherokee Elder Betty Sixkiller talks about growing up in Leach, Oklahoma. Her mother died when she was a baby, so she was raised by her grandparents...
May Is Children’s Mental Health Awareness Month on the Cherokee Nation
A proclamation recently signed by Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker declared May as National Children’s Health Awareness Month...
Cherokee Traditions Propel Student Researcher to Study Disease Prevention
Amber Suena Anderson’s full name means “golden beyond tomorrow,” and the Cherokee Nation citizen takes this meaning to heart...
Feds Prepare for an Attack on Indian Country. Or Not?
Correction: The original version of this article stated that Gov. Abbott had mobilized the Texas National Guard to maintain surveillance of federal troops...
Cherokee Nation Welcomes 9 Bison Babies Into New Herd
Just six months after bison set foot on the Cherokee Nation, the herd has increased...
Video: First Strawberry Queen Talks About Working and Playing Hard
Cherokee Elder Patricia Reed Leatherwood talks about working and playing hard on the farm, and how she became the first Strawberry Festival Queen...
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