Cherokee Nation citizen Kaitlyn Pinkerton, 15, of Claremore, was crowned 2018-19 Junior Miss Cherokee after competing at the 27th Annual Junior Miss Cherokee Competition Saturday.
Miss Cherokee Madison Whitekiller, 19, of Claremore, was recently named among the Claremore Daily Progress 40 under 40 recipients, an annual award that recognizes individuals from Rogers County for their community influence and involvement.
Four Cherokee Nation citizens will receive the distinction of Cherokee National Treasure during the 66th Annual Cherokee National Holiday Awards Banquet later this month.
Cherokee Nation and Fort Gibson leaders gathered Tuesday for a ribbon cutting on the city’s new water treatment plant, which has up to twice the capacity of the previous facility and will provide service to nearly 5,000 residents, including 500 Native American homes.
The Cherokee Nation honored four veterans with the tribe’s Medal of Patriotism during the August Tribal Council meeting.
The Cherokee Nation on Tuesday hosted more than 30 U.S. attorneys from across the nation who work in districts involving Indian tribes and tribal land.
The Cherokee Nation Tribal Council approved a resolution Monday supporting the expansion of the Section 184 Home Loan Guarantee Program to include a total of nine counties in Arkansas and Texas.
The Cherokee Nation’s fiscal year 2019 Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program grant application will soon be available for public review at the tribe’s W.W. Keeler Tribal Complex and field offices.
Cherokee Nation leaders presented a total of $34,500 in donations Thursday to 10 Sequoyah County organizations and churches.
The Cherokee Nation, working alongside the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, is the first tribal nation to designate an area of land to protect an endangered species of beetle.
Brushy Elementary School sixth-grader Maysi Fields was crowned Saturday as the 2017-18 Little Cherokee Ambassador in the 10-12 age category.
The Cherokee Nation is now accepting 2018-19 Tribal Youth Council applications
Cherokee Nation officials presented a $20,000 donation on Thursday to the Jay High School baseball and track teams.
Cherokee Nation leaders and local officials gathered Thursday to dedicate the recently completed Miller Street construction project.
Cherokee Nation’s 13th annual Traditional Native Games competition continues Saturday, Aug. 11, at the No We Ta Community Center, located across from the Cooweescoowee Health Center in Nowata.
Cherokee Nation Foundation has added yet another scholarship opportunity benefiting Cherokee students through a newly established endowment created by Kerry and Deborah Bowers, of Henderson, Nevada.
The Cherokee Nation will host the 66th Cherokee National Holiday this Labor Day weekend when more than 100,000 visitors travel to Tahlequah to experience the annual celebration of history, culture and art.
More than 200 Cherokee students participated in cultural, educational and recreational activities this week as part of the 2018 Camp Cherokee at Camp Heart O’ Hills in Welling.
These and other events are taking place through the month of August.
Sequoyah High School students returning to class in August will begin some Friday mornings an hour later to allow teachers time for professional development.