Cherokee Nation Tribal Councilor Janees Taylor, of Pryor, was among a select few invited to attend the Million Women Mentors Advancing Women and Girls STEM Careers Through Mentoring Senate luncheon in the nation’s capital earlier this month.
The Cherokee Nation honored four U.S. Army veterans with the Medal of Patriotism during the March Tribal Council Meeting.
The Cherokee Nation selected 10 cyclists for its 2017 Remember the Removal Bike Ride this June.
The Cherokee Nation Tribal Council on Monday unanimously approved a contract with the Oklahoma Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust Healthy Living Program worth more than $350,000.
The Cherokee Nation broke ground Friday on 11 new homes being built in a new addition in Vinita, a town of more than 5,500 in Craig County.
The Cherokee Nation donated $3,500 on Wednesday to the Hwy 51 West Fire Department in Adair County for the purchase of two AEDs and two medical bags.
The Cherokee Nation is now accepting applications for its Summer Youth Employment Program, which provides valuable work experience for about 600 Native youth each year.
The Cherokee Nation welcomed a record number of teams to the annual Cherokee Challenge Bowl this week at the Sycamore Springs Ranch in southeastern Mayes County.
This spring, visitors to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C., have the opportunity to learn about the history and culture of the Cherokees.
The Cherokee Nation now has the first nationally recognized Youth M.O.V.E. chapter in the state of Oklahoma.
The Cherokee Nation graduated more skilled welders Friday from its innovative Cherokee Nation welding program.
On Tuesday the Cherokee Nation Election Commission drew for ballot positions for the 33 candidates running for Tribal Council in June.
The Cherokee Nation Male Seminary Recreation Center is introducing several new fitness programs in 2017 in order to promote healthier lifestyles for gym members.