The Cherokee Nation donated a total of $90,000 to six domestic violence shelters on Tuesday.
The Cherokee Nation Tribal Council approved the fiscal year 2019 Indian Housing Plan during its monthly meeting Monday.
Nearly 500 representatives of the 25 at-large and 88 in-jurisdiction Cherokee organizations recently traveled to Tahlequah for the Cherokee Nation’s 14th Annual Conference of Community Leaders.
The Cherokee Language Master Apprentice Program is now accepting applications. The two-year language program is centered on a group language immersion experience and only accepts a limited number of applications each year.
Applications for the 2018-19 Miss Cherokee, Junior Miss Cherokee and Little Cherokee Ambassador competitions are now available.
July Calendar of Events
Cherokee Nation At-Large Tribal Councilor Wanda Hatfield is one of two new appointees to the Oklahoma City Indian Clinic Board of Directors.
Cherokee Nation officials met with representatives of the Kansas Police Department and Kansas Public Schools to present the keys to two surplus vehicles Thursday, June 28.
Cherokee Nation leaders recently presented Wagoner Public Schools with a surplus car to be used by the school’s resource officer.
Cyclists from the 2018 Remember the Removal Bike Ride arrived in Tahlequah Thursday, finishing their three-week trek that retraced the northern route of the Trail of Tears.
Cherokee Nation recently celebrated the opening of the Cherokee National Peace Pavilion, located just east of the Cherokee National Capitol building.
Leaders from the Cherokee Nation, Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians and United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians are gathering in Tahlequah this week for the 2018 Tri-Council meeting
Cherokee Nation and Sequoyah County officials gathered near Vian Thursday to dedicate a newly paved 8-mile stretch of Moonshine Road in rural Sequoyah County.
Gary Cooper, Cherokee Nation citizen and executive director of the Housing Authority of the Cherokee Nation, was recently elected as the chairman of the National American Indian Housing Council.
The Cherokee Nation honored four veterans with the tribe’s Medal of Patriotism during the June Tribal Council meeting.
Oklahoma tobacco retailers are increasingly not complying with state law regarding underage tobacco sales. Last year, Oklahoma tobacco retailers posted an overall noncompliance rate of nearly 18 percent.
The Cherokee Nation is accepting applications through June 29 for the 2018 Clothing Assistance Program. The tribe’s clothing voucher program helps Cherokee families purchase new clothes for school-aged children for the upcoming school year.
The Cherokee Nation Tribal Council authorized the submission of an application to renew a tribal home visiting grant through the U.S. Department of Human Services.
A new bill signed into law Tuesday now allows Oklahoma School districts to transfer surplus land to the Housing Authority of the Cherokee Nation. Transferring surplus land will allow communities to grow and help their local school districts.
More than 100 teachers from across northeast Oklahoma participated in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math training during Cherokee Nation’s annual Teachers of Successful Students conference.