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How Did I Miss That? Frozen Cherokee Marshals; Roasted Admiral Kirk
James Mountain Inhofe (R-Oklahoma), chair of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, threw a snowball in the Senate this week to prove once and for all that he does not ...
Freezin' for a Reason: Cherokee Marshals Take 'Polar Plunge', Raise More Than $3,000 for Special Olympics
Several gasps and a lot of shivering by Cherokee Nation marshals and Sequoyah High School staff were evident February 23 as both groups dove into a frigid Illinois River...
Cherokee Nation Marshals Take 'Polar Plunge' to Raise Money for Special Olympics
Nearly 30 Cherokee Nation Marshals will brave freezing river temperatures when they dive Saturday, February 23, into the icy Illinois River near Tahlequah for this year’s “ Polar P...