09/22/2017  –  Remember the Removal Bike Ride 2018 applications now available

Cherokee Nation is accepting applications for the 2018 Remember the Removal Bike Ride, which follows the northern route of the Trail of Tears over a span of three weeks.

09/21/2017  –  Fourth annual Cherokee Warrior Flight to depart Monday

For World War II veteran Jack Shamblin, being on this year’s Cherokee Warrior Flight is more than a trip; it’s another chance to visit the grave of his grandson, Master Sgt. Joshua Wheeler, who was killed by ISIS and laid to rest at Arlington Cemetery in 2015.

09/19/2017  –  Cherokee Nation graduates 110 from GED program

The Cherokee Nation celebrated 110 GED graduates from the tribe’s adult education program.

09/19/2017  –  Cherokee Nation delivers food, water to Texas Hurricane Harvey victims

A Cherokee Nation convoy from Oklahoma delivered hundreds of cases of food, water, clothing and other basic necessities on Monday to Texans in the Houston area who are recovering from Hurricane Harvey.

09/18/2017  –  Secretary Hoskin visits Tuscumbia Landing, discusses historic preservation

Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr. led a Cherokee delegation to Tuscumbia, Alabama, last week to discuss local preservation efforts of a historic Trail of Tears site.

09/13/2017  –  Cherokee Nation approves $895M budget for FY18

The Cherokee Nation Tribal Council approved an $895 million comprehensive budget for fiscal year 2018 during its monthly meeting Monday.

09/13/2017  –  Cherokee Nation honors veterans in September

The Cherokee Nation honored three U.S. Navy veterans with the Medal of Patriotism at the September Tribal Council meeting on Monday.

09/12/2017  –  Cherokee Nation hosts third annual Elders Summit events

Cherokee elders across the tribe’s 14-county jurisdiction are invited to the third annual Cherokee Nation Elders Summit. This year’s summit is being held later this month in two locations, Tahlequah and Claremore, in order to reach more elders.

09/08/2017  –  Cherokee National Youth Choir nominated for three Native American Music Awards

The Cherokee National Youth Choir is competing for three Native American Music Awards, including Duo/Group of the Year, Record of the Year and Best Pop Recording for its latest album, “Celebration.”

09/08/2017  –  Cherokee Nation donates surplus car to Oaks School

Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker, Deputy Chief S. Joe Crittenden and Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr. joined Tribal Council Speaker Joe Byrd and Tribal Councilor Mike Shambaugh to present Oaks School with a surplus car last week.

09/07/2017  –  Two citizens honored for keeping Cherokee art and culture alive

Two Cherokee Nation citizens were recently named Cherokee National Treasures, an honor given by the tribe for keeping Cherokee art and culture alive.

09/07/2017  –  Cherokee Nation accepting freedmen descendant tribal membership applications

The Cherokee Nation registration office is processing tribal citizenship applications for Cherokee freedmen descendants following resolution of a decades-long legal struggle.

09/05/2017  –  State of the Nation address encourages citizens to protect water, other natural resources

Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker urged Cherokee citizens to do their part in helping protect clean water for this generation and many generations to come during his State of the Nation address Saturday morning in downtown Tahlequah.

09/01/2017  –  Cherokee Nation Attorney General Todd Hembree issues statement on Freedmen ruling

Cherokee Nation Attorney General Todd Hembree issued the following statement in the ruling of Cherokee Nation v. Nash, et. al in the U.S District Court for Washington D.C.