- 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 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.
In this week's broadcast: We feature four Cherokee Nation citizens as part of our Student Spotlight series. Gideon Moore Louden Akin Sarah Eddings Sydney Lawrence ...plus much more.
In this week's broadcast: We revisit stories on Cherokee owned businesses that are located within the 14-county Cherokee Nation jurisdiction.
In this week's broadcast: We feature Cherokee Nation citizen Kevin Stretch and how he started a fencing program at the Academy of Performing Arts in Tahlequah. Also, Cherokee Nation Public Health Educator Sonya Davidson kicks off "Little Steps, Big Gains" walking program at the CN complex. ...plus much more.