Cherokee Nation meets with Claremore officials to resolve utility payment concerns
The Cherokee Nation met with city of Claremore officials earlier this week to resolve concerns over utility payments. A concern that the Cherokee Nation was a cause for the shortfall was quickly cleared up after the government to government meeting, which showed donations from the tribe had always been made on time, said Hughes, who just took over the director position.
Cherokee Nation making tag offices more accessible
The Cherokee Nation hosted a grand opening for its first ever tag office in the Tulsa area Thursday. Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker had a meet and greet with citizens, and tribal leaders held a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Hunger Buster donates beef sticks to Cherokee Nation
Hunger Buster Beef Cuts, a made-in-Oklahoma company, is donating 720 pounds of beef cuts to the Cherokee Nation Foundation to supplement programs helping the tribe’s citizens facing food insecurities.
View guns owned by Cherokee patriot Ned Christie
To honor the Dec. 14 birthday of Ned Christie, one of the most patriotic Cherokees born in present-day Oklahoma, the Cherokee National Prison Museum is temporarily showcasing his rifle and gun.
Cherokee Nation calendar of events for December
Cherokee Nation will “Light Up the Christmas Season” when the Christmas lights are turned on in the Cherokee National Capitol Square in December. A dinner theatre presentation by Sequoyah performing arts students and a Christmas open house at the tribal complex are just some of the events being held.