The Cherokee Nation will begin dispersing its limited supply of heirloom seeds to tribal citizens interested in growing traditional Cherokee crops and plants starting Feb. 1.
The Cherokee Nation donated $5,000 to help the New Life Church in Stilwell and the Adair County Resource Center.
After two years and 4,000 hours of studying the Cherokee language, the Cherokee Language Master Apprentice Program graduated its first two students on Saturday
Cherokee Nation marshals surprised five high school students at their schools earlier this month with new desktop computers to have for college.
A new $20,000 grant is helping families in the Cherokee Nation Food Distribution Program get their daily intake of fruits and vegetables by making smoothies.
The creation of a state secretary of Native American Affairs will raise the level of importance and better prioritize Native issues in Oklahoma.