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Thing About Skins
How Does Tribal Leadership Compare to Parliamentary Leadership?
Many traditional American Indian governments have significant organizational similarities with contemporary parliamentary governments around the world...
Tribes and Casinos Give Back in 2013
Agua Caliente Helps Feed the Needy The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians appreciates the work of the nonprofit Well in the Desert to fill the stomachs of those struggling to m...
Capobiancos Sue Dusten Brown for Nearly Half a Million in Fees
As Matt and Melanie Capobianco took possession of Veronica Brown on Monday night, another court action was brewing behind the scenes...
The Cherokee $1.3 Billion Impact: 'We're Here to Stay'
Tribes have gained recognition in recent years for contributing to the Oklahoma economy as a whole...
Sequoyah Football Players Sport Blue Ribbons for Prostate Cancer Awareness
When the Sequoyah Indians march across Thompson Field to battle the Beggs Demons Friday night, players will be sporting a small blue ribbon promoting prostate cancer awareness on t...
Cherokee Nation Principal Chief: ‘Tribe Has Never Been Stronger’
On August 31, Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker stood in the Cherokee Capitol building in Tahlequah, Oklahoma and gave the 2013 State of the Nation address – the corn...
Cherokee Nation Approves $566 Million Operating Budget
Chuck Hoskin Jr. confirmed as Secretary of State The Cherokee Nation Tribal Council approved a $566 million operating budget for fiscal year 2014 on August 29. Chuck Hoskin Jr...
Cherokee Nation’s Project 320K Gives Natives a Voice in Elections
One vote in an election can go a long way. What would 320,000 votes do?...
Cherokee Nation To Absorb Displaced UKB Casino Workers
Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker announced Thursday that Cherokee Nation Entertainment will offer employment to workers displaced by the closing of the United Keetoo...
Baby Veronica Case: Capobianco Expert Recants Damning Report on Father
In the Summer of 2011, Jan Hunt received a request from a guardian ad litem, Jo Prowell, working on a custody case in South Carolina...
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Cherokee Nation Commemorates 175 Years Since the Trail of Tears
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
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