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Oct. 15, 2020 issue of the Cherokee Phoenix available online
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In reports when race was identified, 1.31 per 100,000 Native women were murdered by males.
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The Oklahoma State Department of Health's data showed a total of 37,069 coronavirus cases with 32,128 recovered, 4,497 active and 444 deaths in the 14 counties that make up the Cherokee Nation. TERRIS HOWARD/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma State Department of Health’s data on its website showed Friday the state’s total number of coronavirus cases since the pandemic began now sets at 113,856 with 97,490 listed as recovered, 15,132 active and 1,234 deceased.
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The tribe’s health system and the Centers for Disease Control partner to fight the pandemic.
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The Oklahoma Council on Public Affairs has urged Oklahoma’s congressional delegation to introduce legislation that formally dissolves the Cherokee, Choctaw, Muscogee (Creek), Chickasaw and Seminole reservations in Oklahoma. COURTESY
The Oklahoma Council on Public Affairs is a think tank and not affiliated with any branch of state or federal government.
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Cherokee Nation Secretary of Veterans Affairs S. Joe Crittenden studies artist renderings of a new veterans center to be built in Sallisaw. Crittenden participated in a groundbreaking for the center on Sept. 25. COURTESY
Deputy Chief Bryan Warner speaks during the Sept. 25 groundbreaking for a new Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs veterans center in Sallisaw. COURTESY
The Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs determined in 2018 that Sallisaw best meets the criteria set forth by for a new state location.
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The report calls for consistent laws and regulations in the state governing taxation, zoning and business regulations.
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The free course is held from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Monday evenings beginning Nov. 9, and the deadline to register is Oct. 30.
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Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Chief Justice Ramona Applegate on Oct. 13 swears in Cherokee Nation citizen Richard D. Osburn as the tribe’s district judge in Onamia, Minnesota. COURTESY
Kristie Vance-Osburn puts a robe on her husband and Cherokee Nation citizen, Richard D. Osburn, who on Oct. 13 was sworn in as the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe district judge in Minnesota. COURTESY
Kristie Vance-Osburn stands with her husband, Richard D. Osburn, after he was sworn in as the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe district judge on Oct. 13 in Onamia, Minnesota. COURTESY
Richard D. Osburn previously worked for the Cherokee Nation’s attorney general’s office.
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The Oklahoma State Department of Health's data showed a total of 36,680 coronavirus cases with 31,768 recovered, 4,471 active and 441 deaths in the 14 counties that make up the Cherokee Nation. TERRIS HOWARD/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma State Department of Health’s data on its website showed Thursday the state’s total number of coronavirus cases since the pandemic began now sets at 112,483 with 96,245 listed as recovered, 15,017 active and 1,221 deceased.
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This April 7 photo shows a bottle of hydroxychloroquine tablets in Texas City, Texas. The United Nation’s health agency says the world’s largest randomized trial of COVID-19 treatments found “conclusive evidence” that a repurposed malaria drug that U.S. authorities have made a pillar of treatment and President Donald Trump has touted has little or no effect on severe cases. The World Health Organization announced on Oct. 16 the long-awaited results of its six-month “Solidarity Therapeutics Trial” that endeavored to see if existing drugs might have an effect on the coronavirus. DAVID J. PHILLIPS/ASSOCIATED PRESS
The study found that four treatments tested – remdesivir, hydroxychloroquine, lopinavir/ritonavir and interferon – had “little or no effect.”
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Kim Blaise, MasteryPrep instructor, talks to students via an Oct. 16 virtual ACT Prep Boot Camp put on by the Cherokee Nation Foundation. More than 20 high school sophomores, juniors and seniors participated in the boot camp. COURTESY
The Cherokee Nation Foundation helps prepare high school students planning to take the national test.
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