2015 Remember the Removal Bike Ride applications now available
Applications for the 2015 Remember the Removal Bike Ride are now available for Cherokee Nation citizens. The three-week ride in late spring teaches Cherokees ages 16-24 more about their culture and history as they cycle the same route their ancestors were forced to march 175 years ago along the Trail of Tears.
Cherokee Nation opens first-ever Tulsa Career Services office
The Cherokee Nation officially opened its new Career Services office in Tulsa Wednesday to help fill a variety of jobs that are coming to the metro Tulsa area. The opening of the new office is critical, as Cherokee Nation is the lead recruiter for the Macy’s fulfillment center, which is currently under construction in Owasso.
Cherokee citizen leading 25,000-member Oklahoma FFA
The 25,000-member Oklahoma FFA is being led by a 19-year-old Cherokee citizen. Garrett Reed, a sophomore at Oklahoma State University from Locust Grove, says it’s important for Cherokee youth to aim for leadership roles.