Cherokee Phoenix Radio Oct. 16, 2016

BY STAFF REPORTS
10/17/2016 04:00 PM
  • In this week's broadcast:
  • Two Cherokee Nation citizens recently visited the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe‚Äôs reservation to deliver supplies and experience what they say was a once in a lifetime opportunity.
  • Also, we have a story on Cherokee Nation citizen Ruby Wells has spent 38 years working for the Tribe, with the past 30 of those helping records management preserve documents.
  • ...plus much more.

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