- 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 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.
In this week's broadcast: We have a story on Grand View School and its second annual Cherokee Heritage Day. Also, Cherokee Nation citizens Bill Campbell and Cheryl Horn own The Speckled Hen antique flea Market in Tahlequah. ...plus much more.
In this week's broadcast: We feature Chef Taelor Barton who shares her talent for creating food. Also, Cherokee Nation citizen Justin Pettit grew up with a passion for radio broadcasting and is now thriving as a radio show host. ...plus much more.