- In this week's broadcast:
- "Remember the Removal" cyclists enter their final weeks of training for the a bicycle ride that will take them a long the most northern route of the Trail of Tears.
- Also, Cherokee Nation citizen Alyssa Henson opens 7 Clan Stand storefront in Tahlequah.
- ...plus much more.
In this week's broadcast: We feature Toonoowee Baskets owners who are connecting with their culture through basketry. Also, we have a story on Cherokee Nation citizens Bill Campbell and Cheryl Horn who own The Speckled Hen Antique Flea Market in Tahlequah. ...plus much more.
In this week's broadcast: We feature Cherokee Nation citizen and artist Keli Gonzales Also, Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma and the Cherokee Nation have formed a medical legal partnership. ...plus much more.
In this week's broadcast: We have a story on the fourth Native Youth in Food and Agriculture Leadership Summit that was held in July. Also, the Locust Grove Cardinals 8-and-under baseball team wins its division in the USSSA World Series. ...plus much more.
In this week's broadcast: In honor of the 4th of July holiday, we have a story on Cherokee Nation citizen and Vietnam War era veteran Media Nix. ...plus much more.
In this week's broadcast: We have a story on the William W. Barnes Children's Advocacy Center that helps make the process more comfortable for children when they need to disclose abuse. Also, the Cherokee Nation's W. W. Keeler Tribal Complex nears completion of a 36,000-square-foot second story expansion. ...plus much more.
In this week's broadcast: We recap the May 15 Tribal Council meeting where T. Luke Barteaux was confirmed as district court judge. The Cherokee Nation is working to get more Native females interested in STEM careers. Also, we feature Emma Kincade and Cornelia Vann as part of our Student Spotlight series.