Cherokee Nation officials recently contributed nearly $9,000 to three Rogers County community organizations.
The Cherokee Nation recently donated a surplus shuttle bus to the Cherokee Children’s Mission in Adair County to help the mission provide safe and reliable transportation for the children they serve.
The Cherokee Nation honored U.S. Army and U.S. Navy veterans with the tribe’s Medal of Patriotism during the March Tribal Council meeting.
Cherokee Nation Deputy Marshals Joe Rainwater and Matt Laney were recognized for acts of valor by 5.11 Tactical during the grand opening of the company’s Oklahoma City store.
The Cherokee Nation recently made a contribution of $37,500 to four Adair County law enforcement agencies.
The Cherokee Nation is giving its certified teachers at Sequoyah High School and Cherokee Immersion Charter School an immediate pay raise.
Cherokee Nation W.W. Hastings Hospital CEO Brian Hail was recently named a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives, an honor that has been awarded to only 9,150 health care executives around the world.
The final steel beam of the W.W. Hastings expansion project was hoisted into place Friday, completing the facility’s massive four-story steel frame in Tahlequah.
The Cherokee Nation recently partnered with Grand Gateway Community Development Foundation to ensure safe, reliable transit services for Cherokee Nation veterans in northeast Oklahoma.
Cherokee Nation’s Emmy-winning show “Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People” debuts season 4 at special screenings statewide. Screenings will take place on big screens in Muskogee, Tulsa and Oklahoma City March 13 – 15
The Cherokee Nation Calendar of Events for March, 2018
The Cherokee Nation contributed more than $5.4 million to 108 school districts during the tribe’s annual Public School Appreciation Day Friday.
The Craig County Sheriff’s Office is using a $15,000 donation from the Cherokee Nation to keep first responders and community members safe with state-of-the-art GPS software.