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Face Time: Video Conferencing App Improves Business Relations for Eastern Band of Cherokees
Many employees of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians who tote tribal issued mobile devices are—or will be soon—getting more face time in with a video conferencing application...
Power Brokers VII: Two States See Native Representation in the East
The wooded lands east of the Mississippi River were once the everyday homes for several more sovereign nations than are now serviced under the current Bureau of Indian Affairs' Eas...
Eastern Cherokee Opposition to Catawba Casino Fuels US Senate Race
Gale Courey Toensing
The South Carolina-based Catawba Indian Nation wants to build a casino just over the state line in North Carolina in a county that is within its federal service area and part of it...
Dancers, Singers and Pole Flyers at the Cherokee Festival
Known as one of the finest showcases of Native traditions, the Ninth Annual Festival of Native Peoples, July 12-13, is a celebration of traditional dance, storytelling and song per...
Remember the Removal Riders Retrace the Trail of Tears
On June 3, 22 riders embarked on a 950-mile journey through seven states to retrace the Trail of Tears their ancestors had trekked 175 years before...
Cherokee Pow Wow Attracts Native Dancers From Across Turtle Island
When strong personal, familial and spiritual traditions are paired with a healthy dose of competition, the 38th Annual Cherokee Powwow ignites a three-day festival of drum, song an...
President Increases Disaster Assistance to Eastern Band of Cherokees
Today President Obama made additional disaster assistance available to the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians...
Jerry Wolfe, Veteran and Elder, Honored by Tribe and USET
During the recent United South and Eastern Tribes (USET) Impact Week in Washington, D.C., Jerry Wolfe, a member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians was honored for his service ...
Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians First to Receive Disaster Aid Under Amended Law
On March 1, the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians became the first American Indian tribe to receive a Presidential Disaster Declaration under the recently amended Stafford Act when ...
Woman Pleads Guilty to Murder of Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Toddler
On February 18, a North Carolina woman confessed to killing a 15-month-old girl, Aubrey Littlejohn, a member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, reported the Associated Press ...
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