The Cherokee Nation delivered hundreds of handmade valentine cards to veterans in Muskogee Friday, just in time for Valentine’s Day
More contract health surgeries and MRIs will be covered for Cherokee Nation citizens utilizing the tribe’s health system after a record $9.4 million increase in third-party billing collections the first quarter of 2018, compared to the first quarter of 2017.
The Cherokee Nation is preparing for potential spring flooding by filling 10,000 bags of sand for communities and individuals to use within the tribe’s 14-county jurisdiction.
Cherokee Nation Calendar of Events for February
The Cherokee Nation is formally recognizing Indigenous Peoples’ Day as an officially observed tribal holiday beginning in October 2018.
The Cherokee Nation on Monday donated $15,000 to the Murrow Indian Children’s Home in Muskogee as part of the tribe’s annual contribution to the nonprofit organization.
The Cherokee Nation Marshal Service recently surprised seven high school students with new desktop computers to use for both high school and college studies.
A $5,000 donation from Cherokee Nation to the Boys & Girls Club of Nowata is helping provide the community with a new, modern facility that will be used for years to come.
The Cherokee Nation will begin dispersing its limited supply of heirloom seeds Feb. 1 to tribal citizens who are interested in growing traditional Cherokee crops.
The Cherokee Nation honored World War II veteran John Andrew Cockrum at the January Tribal Council meeting on Tuesday.
The Cherokee Nation Tribal Council approved the reappointment of two commissioners to the Cherokee Nation Environmental Protection Commission on Tuesday.
The Cherokee Nation will begin scheduling appointments this month to help income-eligible families prepare their state and federal income taxes for free.
The Cherokee Nation recently launched a pilot program to ensure students who learned to speak Cherokee at the tribe’s Cherokee Immersion Charter School continue to use the language as they enter high school.
The Cherokee Nation provided six vans to four Northeast Oklahoma transit service companies that help provide rides for thousands of Cherokee Nation citizens and employees each year.
The Cherokee Nation is working with nine schools in Adair County to promote healthier lifestyles for students.
Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker signed an executive order recently declaring Martin Luther King Jr. Day a Cherokee Nation National Holiday for the first time ever
The Cherokee Nation hosts several events in January, including events at the Cherokee Nation Veterans Center. See all Cherokee Nation calendar items below
The Department of Homeland Security notified Cherokee Nation on Dec. 21 that it will suspend plans to conduct nonhazardous biochemical tests at Chilocco Indian School in Kay County near the Kansas border.
The Cherokee Nation donated a total of $47,000 to two area court-appointed special advocate organizations this week as part of the tribe’s annual contributions.
The Housing Authority of the Cherokee Nation will be accepting College Housing Assistance Program applications for the spring 2018 semester starting Jan. 2, 2018