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Record-Breaking Floods Inundate Parts of Cherokee Nation
Cherokee Nation Emergency Management Services were on full alert after rivers and creeks in Northeastern Oklahoma swelled out of their banks for the second time this year...
10 Indian-Owned Businesses Receive TERO Awards
Thursday night, hundreds of Native businesses owners descended upon the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa for a dinner honoring 10 standout certified Indian-owned businesses for 2...
Oklahoma Approaches $1 Billion in Exclusivity Fee Collection
Oklahoma has collected nearly $1 billion from the tribal gaming industry, according to a new report by the Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association on tribes' economic impact on the stat...
Video: Cherokee Elders Tell Spooky Halloween Tales
In the Cherokee Nation’s Back Then Halloween video Cherokee Elders spin spooky Halloween tales, from headless ghosts at Witch Hollow to Halloween pranks and the little people...
Cherokee Football Star Shatters OK Records, Honors His 7-Year-Old Role Model
On the Friday night of October 23, Oklahoma high school football standout and Cherokee Nation citizen Mason Fine frosted the cake on his high school record when he was privileged t...
Video: 3 Haunted Historic Sites in the Cherokee Nation
Ghostly legends surround three historic buildings in the Cherokee Nation—the Saline Courthouse, the Murrell Home, and the Jack Brown House...
Video: Cherokee Elder Remembers Making Mud Pies and Playing With Dolls
Cherokee Elder Ollie Jean Brown, of Oklahoma, tells viewers about playing with dolls, making mud pies, and playing hide and seek...
Video: Cherokee Nation Highlights Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Stresses Early Detection
A public service announcement from the Cherokee Nation has been released for Breast Cancer Awareness Month...
Operation Enduring Respect All About Healing Wounded Veterans
“We’re all about healing.” That is how Cherokee Nation citizen Kevin Phelps described Operation Enduring Respect, a nonprofit he started five years ago who’s mission is “to give ba...
Memorial for Jess Sixkiller; Murderer Still Unidentified
A wake for murdered Cherokee elder and activist Jess Sixkiller has been scheduled at the Heard Museum in Phoenix, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday, October 2...
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