04/25/2017  –  Cherokee Nation Small Business Assistance Center hosts workshop

The Cherokee Nation Small Business Assistance Center is partnering with nationally renowned speaker and trainer Bennie Gonzales for a two-day, interactive small-business course for Cherokee entrepreneurs.

04/25/2017  –  Cherokee Nation dedicates new bridge in Delaware County

Cherokee Nation and Delaware County officials dedicated the new Whitewater Creek bridge in Delaware County on Monday.

04/21/2017  –  Cherokee Nation’s economic impact on northeast Oklahoma now exceeds $2B

Cherokee Nation’s impact on the Oklahoma economy now exceeds $2.03 billion. Tribe strengthens state’s economy through investments and jobs

04/21/2017  –  Cherokee Nation donates to Craig County school, volunteer fire department

Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr. and Tribal Council Deputy Speaker Victoria Vazquez visited Carselowey Fire Department and Ketchum Public Schools Tuesday to present donations.

04/21/2017  –  Principal Chief Bill John Baker joins State Regents Task Force

Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker has joined a statewide task force organized by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education to examine ways to improve degree completion and increase productivity by focusing on modernization, efficiencies and innovation.

04/18/2017  –  Cherokee Nation celebrates release of Cherokee National Treasures book

More than 60 Cherokee National Treasures gathered recently for a dinner to celebrate the book release of “Cherokee National Treasures in Their Own Words.”

04/18/2017  –  Cherokee Nation Principal Chief honored with 2017 Preservation Leadership Award

Baker recognized for outstanding contributions to historic preservation

04/12/2017  –  Cherokee Nation gives more than $14K to Kansas Public Schools

The Cherokee Nation donated $14,000 to Kansas Public Schools in Delaware County to help with the construction of an indoor hitting facility for the school’s baseball and softball teams.

04/12/2017  –  Cherokee Nation honors veterans in April

The Cherokee Nation honored three veterans with the Medal of Patriotism at the April Tribal Council meeting on Monday.

04/12/2017  –  Cherokee Nation Registration processing applications for tribal citizenship in record speed

After five years of hard work and strategic changes to the registration process, the Cherokee Nation is processing tribal citizenship applications in record time. It now takes as little as one to two months for a person to receive tribal citizenship, thanks to a plan that was implemented to shorten registration wait times.

04/11/2017  –  Cherokee Nation wants new Cherokee-specific Boy Scout award created

The Cherokee Nation wants an award created for Boy Scouts who are Cherokee Nation citizens to earn and wear on their uniform.

04/10/2017  –  Cherokee Nation donates to Washington County food pantry and Bartlesville Indian Education Program

The Cherokee Nation donated funds to an Ochelata food pantry and a Bartlesville Public Schools Indian Education Program during visits by Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr. and Tribal Councilor Dick Lay Thursday.