Cherokee Nation honored three military brothers and a U.S. Army veteran with the tribe’s Medal of Patriotism during the September Tribal Council meeting.
Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker and Governor Mary Fallin announced Wednesday that the state and tribe are forming a coordinating council to evaluate the expansion of poultry growth in northeast Oklahoma.
Nine Cherokee Nation nurses were honored Monday at Oklahoma’s Great 100 Nurses reception at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa.
The Cherokee Nation’s Fifth Annual Cherokee Warrior Flight departs Monday for Washington, D.C., with 10 veterans who served during World War II, the Korean War or the Vietnam War.
The Cherokee Nation Tribal Council approved an $887 million comprehensive budget for fiscal year 2019 during its monthly meeting Monday.
Cherokee Nation Emergency Medical Services was recently named the recipient of the Saint Francis Hospital C.T. Thompson Award for Excellence in Trauma Care.
Three Cherokee National Treasures are demonstrating traditional Cherokee crafts during the opening weeks of Silver Dollar City’s National Crafts & Cowboy Festival, Sept. 12-30, in Branson, Missouri.
Cherokee Nation leaders presented a total of $160,848 in donations Thursday to 18 Adair County organizations
Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr. is being recognized as the honorary chairman of the 31st Oklahoma Indian Summer festival slated for Sept. 14-15 in Bartlesville
The Cherokee Nation has created more jobs, stronger families and a more vibrant economy over the past seven years, Principal Chief Bill John Baker highlighted in his State of the Nation address.
The Cherokee Nation hosts several events in September, including the 66th Annual Cherokee National Holiday. See all Cherokee Nation calendar items below.
Six U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps officers were recently promoted during a special ceremony at W.W. Hastings Hospital in Tahlequah.
The Cherokee Nation recently received a $1.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation to purchase two eco-friendly electric buses to transport employees and tribal citizens to work and tribal health centers.
Whitney Roach, a Northeastern State University sophomore from Tahlequah, is the 2018-19 Miss Cherokee.
The Cherokee immersion school’s inaugural class will lead the 66th Annual Cherokee National Holiday parade as parade marshals for preserving the Cherokee language.
Former Cherokee Immersion School student Lauren Hummingbird delivered testimony Wednesday before the U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs. Hummingbird spoke during the committee’s oversight hearing on “Examining Efforts to Maintain and Revitalize Native Languages for Future Generations.”
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.