Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker delivered testimony Wednesday before the U.S. House Subcommittee on Indian, Insular and Alaska Native Affairs.
The 2017 Cherokee Nation Angel Project applications will be available starting Oct. 9 for children 16 years old and younger.
The Cherokee Nation swore in its 2017-18 Cherokee Nation Tribal Youth Council Monday evening at the tribe’s headquarters in Tahlequah.
For the 16th straight year, the Cherokee Nation received the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting, and also the Outstanding Achievement in Popular Annual Financial Reporting award for the fifth consecutive year.
Cherokee Nation health services is offering free flu vaccinations for Cherokee Nation citizens and their families, including non-Native family members living in the household.
Employees from Cherokee Nation and Cherokee Nation Businesses were recently named to 2017’s NextGen Under 30, an annual program that honors individuals who demonstrate professional leadership and extensive service to their communities.
Cherokee Nation Career Services is co-hosting a job fair Thursday, Oct. 5, along with Illinois-based business Ingredion, an ingredient-solutions company planning to hire around 60 people in Tulsa for select financial services.
Sixteen Cherokee Nation nurses were honored Monday at the state’s Great 100 Nurses awards dinner at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa.
The Cherokee Nation implements a new compensation plan to better recruit and retain its physicians and advanced practitioners, effective Oct. 1.
The Cherokee Nation is hosting several events in October, including the start of several community language classes and the Cherokee Art Market. See all Cherokee Nation calendar items below.
Cherokee Nation Tribal Council Deputy Speaker Victoria Vazquez was a featured speaker for the unveiling of a bronze statue memorial created by Cherokee artist Daniel HorseChief and placed on display in Union County, Georgia
U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price’s first visit to Indian Country included a lesson on blowguns, chatting with pint-sized Cherokee speakers and touring a packed urgent care at the tribe’s W.W. Hastings Hospital.
Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker, Deputy Chief S. Joe Crittenden, Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr. and Tribal Councilor Frankie Hargis recently gathered in the Baron community of Adair County to break ground on a new community building.
Cherokee Nation is accepting applications for the 2018 Remember the Removal Bike Ride, which follows the northern route of the Trail of Tears over a span of three weeks.
For World War II veteran Jack Shamblin, being on this year’s Cherokee Warrior Flight is more than a trip; it’s another chance to visit the grave of his grandson, Master Sgt. Joshua Wheeler, who was killed by ISIS and laid to rest at Arlington Cemetery in 2015.
The Cherokee Nation celebrated 110 GED graduates from the tribe’s adult education program.
A Cherokee Nation convoy from Oklahoma delivered hundreds of cases of food, water, clothing and other basic necessities on Monday to Texans in the Houston area who are recovering from Hurricane Harvey.
Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr. led a Cherokee delegation to Tuscumbia, Alabama, last week to discuss local preservation efforts of a historic Trail of Tears site.
The Cherokee Nation Tribal Council approved an $895 million comprehensive budget for fiscal year 2018 during its monthly meeting Monday.
The Cherokee Nation honored three U.S. Navy veterans with the Medal of Patriotism at the September Tribal Council meeting on Monday.