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Miss Indian Rodeo Is a Life-long Cowgirl
Louise Erdrich Bashes Snyder, Team Name
Arise TV Covers Navajo Nation Settlement
Scholarship Recipients at U of M
Building Partnerships at Summit
Dan Snyder Stuck In Past, Sells old Beer
Cali's Attack on Big Lagoon Is Absurd
Alliance Recruiting Language Instructors
Lakota Chef Serves Pre-Colonization Menu
Wit and Wisdom About Wall Street
AIANTA Secures Board of Directors
Tribes Celebrate New Tax Law
From Confrontation to Collaboration
USGS Engages With Tribes in New Policy
Yav Pa Irahiv: Happy New Year
OSU Recruits Native Students to STEM
10 Quotes on Indians by Celebrities
Eight Indigenous Names for Ferry
10 Back to School Items
Tule River Powwow Ends With Proposal!
Thing About Skins
Sacred Site Advocates Ask Senate to Heed Keith Harper Concerns
Wayland Gray, a Muscogee (Creek) Nation citizen and sacred site advocate, finds himself in a David versus Goliath-type situation. Gray says he wants the U.S...
Tribal Council Strengthens Contracting Preference for Cherokees
Cherokee Nation Release
The Cherokee Nation has strengthened a tribal law that will help put more citizens from all three federally recognized Cherokee tribes to work...
Cherokee Nation's Valentines for Veterans
Cherokee Nation Release
The Cherokee Nation delivered more than 2,500 handmade valentine cards to veterans in northeastern Oklahoma in time for Valentine’s Day...
Native History: Oklahoma Territory’s ‘Bandit Queen’ Killed
This Date in Native History: On February 3, 1889, the outlaw Belle Star was killed by two shots from behind, ending the reign of the famous “Bandit Queen” in the Oklahoma Territory...
Cherokee Nation Breaks Ground on $13.5M Health Center to Replace 30-Year-Old Facility
It's full steam ahead for the Cherokee Nation, which committed to a $100 million health care improvement plan that includes the expansion or replacement of four health centers and ...
Candessa Tehee Embraces Role as Leader of Cherokee Heritage Center
Twenty years ago when Candessa Tehee worked as a teenage tour guide at the Cherokee Heritage Center in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, she had no idea she would someday be in charge of the op...
Cherokee Nation Completes $9.5 Million Road Project
The Cherokee Nation just completed a $9.5 million road project in southern Delaware County, Oklahoma...
6 New Year Nomination Battles for Obama’s Native-Focused Nominees
The White House announced early in January that President Barack Obama has resubmitted to the U.S. Senate several nominees that are of special interest to Indian country...
Cherokee Strengthens Child Custody Laws, Giving Preference to Biological or Tribal Family
The Cherokee Nation Tribal Council passed a resolution January 13 regarding priority placement of Cherokee children in adoptive and foster care cases...
Cherokee Nation Hosting Health Enrollment Fairs for Veterans
American Indian military veterans in Oklahoma who have yet to sign up for health benefits will have nine opportunities beginning this month to do so and to have questions answered...
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U.S. Rep. Mullin Visits Cherokee Nation Schools, Businesses
Cherokee Councilor Appointed to Advisory Council on Indian Education
150 Native American Artists Converge on Tulsa for Cherokee Art Market
Cherokee Student Leading 25,000-Member Oklahoma FFA
Cherokee Nation Honors Military Legacy With Memorial Bricks
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