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Cherokee Nation offers 8-week smoking cessation classes

Cherokee Nation offers 8-week smoking cessation classes

Cherokee Nation News
May 13, 2019

TAHLEQUAH – When attempting to quit smoking, people are met with challenges in the process. Cherokee Nation Public Health offers quarterly smoking cessation classes for anyone, not just tribal citizens, in their journeys to become smoke-free by helping th...

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Nez-Lizer Honor & Remember Fallen Law Enforcement Officers

Nez-Lizer Honor & Remember Fallen Law Enforcement Officers

Native American News
May 13, 2019

WINDOW ROCK – Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and Vice President Myron Lizer honor and thank all men and women law enforcement officers, including those who have given the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty, as the Navajo Nation re...

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These children's books are revitalizing a language

These children's books are revitalizing a language

Native American News
May 13, 2019

Along with providing Native communities with basic needs like food and water, ensuring that children have opportunities to learn about their own distinct cultures and languages is just as important to us at Running Strong...

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Native Brand ACONAV to Walk Tony Awards Red Carpet

Native Brand ACONAV to Walk Tony Awards Red Carpet

Native American News
May 13, 2019

Phoenix Based Couture Fashion Brand ACONAV to Be Worn by Tony Awards Member Collen Jennings-Roggensack on June 9th in New York City PHOENIX — This year the 73rd Tony Awards in New York City will have an authentic Native voice. The 2018 Phoe...

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Registration Under Way for RNT Cyber Ethics Conference 2019

Registration Under Way for RNT Cyber Ethics Conference 2019

Native American News
May 13, 2019

The RNT Cyber Ethics Conference 2019 continues the discussion and exploration of the ethics of cyber security in areas of business, government, healthcare, innovative technologies and our critical infrastructure. Presented by RNT Professional Services, the conf...

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Strawberry farmer encouraging others to grow berries

Strawberry farmer encouraging others to grow berries

Cherokee Nation News
May 10, 2019

WESTVILLE – Strawberry farmer and Collyge Farm & Produce owner Dylan Collyge plans to take part in this year’s Stilwell Strawberry Festival as a strawberry grower. He plans to have strawberries in the annual judging contest and to sell some...

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Meet the Women Who Battled Tuberculosis in Indian Country

Meet the Women Who Battled Tuberculosis in Indian Country

Native American News
May 10, 2019

RIVERSIDE, Calif. — By the turn of the 20th century, tuberculosis rates across much of the U.S. were in steady decline. But in some communities, the struggle to fight the deadly disease had only just begun. These communities included the 29 trib...

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University of Tulsa to remove 2 Native law offerings

University of Tulsa to remove 2 Native law offerings

Cherokee Nation News
May 9, 2019

TULSA – As part of a review committee’s “reimagining,” the University of Tulsa plans to phase out dozens of degree programs that are in lower demand among students, in part to reduce administrative costs. Among the casualties are two Nat...

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