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November 22nd Notes From the Chief

November 22nd Notes From the Chief

Cherokee Nation News
November 22, 2017

Osiyo - For the future of the Cherokee Nation, one of the most important things we can do for our youth is ensure we provide ample opportunities for them to grow mentally and physically in a safe and nurturing environment. The Boys & Girls&nbs...

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Grand Nation Hosting Laundry Love Event in Vinita Monday, Nov. 20

Grand Nation Hosting Laundry Love Event in Vinita Monday, Nov. 20

Native American News
November 16, 2017

Doing laundry is a very basic, but important necessity of life. However, for those living on a very limited budget, washing clothes can be a financial hardship. A pile of dirty laundry means making a choice. So, when a budget is stretched tight covering rent, u...

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November 15th Notes From The Chief

November 15th Notes From The Chief

Cherokee Nation News
November 15, 2017

Osiyo - We recently began construction on a new pavilion just east of the Cherokee National Capitol building in Tahlequah. The open-air space will serve many purposes for the Cherokee Nation in our capital city. In addition to beautifying the downtown ...

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November 6th Notes From The Chief

November 6th Notes From The Chief

Cherokee Nation News
November 8, 2017

Osiyo -  November is a special and sacred time in the Cherokee Nation and all across Indian Country. Annually, November is the month we set aside to celebrate and recognize Native American Heritage. It is also the month we honor military heroes and our...

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Angel Project, Elder Angel Tree accepting applications

Angel Project, Elder Angel Tree accepting applications

Cherokee Nation News
October 25, 2017

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – As the season of giving approaches, the Cherokee Nation provides ways for children and elders to receive much-needed items or gifts they may not receive without the help of others.The Angel Tree Project helps provide gifts for children ...

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GPI offers Native women journalistic opportunity

GPI offers Native women journalistic opportunity

Cherokee Nation News
October 16, 2017

WASHINGTON – The Global Press Institute is offering Native American women an experience with its Tribal Nations training-to-employment program, which allows women who are enrolled citizens in a tribe the opportunity to become journalists even if they have...

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October 3rd Notes from the Chief

October 3rd Notes from the Chief

Cherokee Nation News
October 3, 2017

Osiyo -Tulsa is the heart of Indian Country in America, and I applaud the city’s leaders for adopting Native American Day on the second Monday in October. This move is important and the right thing to do. Tulsa has been and will always be shaped by th...

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Freedmen descendants begin applying for CN citizenship

Freedmen descendants begin applying for CN citizenship

Cherokee Nation News
September 27, 2017

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – Following an Aug. 30 federal court ruling, descendants of Cherokee Freedmen have started applying for Cherokee Nation citizenship through the tribe’s Registration Office.U.S. District Judge Thomas Hogan’s ruling in the Chero...

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CN taking applications for Elder Angel Tree

CN taking applications for Elder Angel Tree

Cherokee Nation News
September 27, 2017

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – The Cherokee Nation’s Senior Services is once again taking applications for its Elder Angel Tree.  This program is for seniors 60 and older who have little or no family and will not receive a gift without the program. It...

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