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07/27/2017  –  Principal Chief Bill John Baker urges US Senators Inhofe, Lankford to vote no on any ACA repeal

As the U.S. Senate moves to consider several different plans to dismantle the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker sent a letter to Oklahoma Senators Jim Inhofe and James Lankford this week, urging them to vote no on any repeal.

07/27/2017  –  Cherokee Nation Tribal Youth Council applications available

The Cherokee Nation is now accepting 2017-18 Tribal Youth Council applications.

07/27/2017  –  Cherokee Nation donates $15,000 to Claremore-Sequoyah Schools

The Cherokee Nation donated $15,000 to Claremore-Sequoyah Schools to purchase the school’s first gymnasium air-conditioning unit on Thursday.

07/27/2017  –  Cherokee Nation Calendar of Events for August

Calendar of events for August

07/26/2017  –  Tribal Councilor Warner to sit on CDC advisory committee

Next month Cherokee Nation Tribal Councilor Bryan Warner will begin serving a two-year term on a national advisory committee.

07/24/2017  –  Smith, Shambaugh secure Tribal Council seats in runoff elections

More than 1,400 Cherokee Nation citizens cast ballots Saturday in the District 5 and District 9 Tribal Council run-off elections.

07/20/2017  –  Summer Youth Employment Program finds jobs for 726 participants

The Cherokee Nation has helped Cherokee youth earn a collective $1.6 million in potential summer wages.

07/19/2017  –  Smoothie grant promotes healthy eating in the Cherokee Nation

A $20,000 smoothie grant received by the Cherokee Nation from First Nation’s Development Institute has improved fruit and vegetable consumption and mobility for Cherokee Nation citizens.

07/14/2017  –  Cherokee Nation honors veterans in July

The Cherokee Nation honored a grandfather and grandson with the Medal of Patriotism at the July Tribal Council meeting on Monday.

07/12/2017  –  Cherokee Nation donating surplus equipment to Stilwell Police Department

The Cherokee Nation Tribal Council authorized the donation of a dozen unused Tasers to the Stilwell Police Department to help with law enforcement safety during Monday night’s monthly meeting.

07/05/2017  –  Cherokee Nation donates vehicle to Okay Volunteer Fire Department

The Cherokee Nation recently donated a vehicle to the Okay Volunteer Fire Department.

07/05/2017  –  Cherokee Nation to host job fair in South Coffeyville

The Cherokee Nation is hosting a job fair Wednesday, July 12 in South Coffeyville for SP Foundry, a new company in the community.

07/03/2017  –  Cherokee Nation adopts new foster care leave policy

The Cherokee Nation announced a new foster care paid leave policy that is the first of its kind in Indian Country, and also one of the first in the state of Oklahoma.