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Feb. 15, 2019 PDF of the Cherokee Phoenix available for purchase
Feb. 1, 2019 PDF of the Cherokee Phoenix now available for purchase
Jan. 15, 2019 PDF of the Cherokee Phoenix now available for purchase
Jan. 2, 2019 PDF of the Cherokee Phoenix now available for purchase
The Cherokee Nation gives the Oklahoma Department of Transportation $411,000 for a turn near the Cooweescoowee Health Center.
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Cherokee singer Natahne Arrowsmith has been singing since she was a child and has studied music, which has led her to a singing career. COURTESY
Natahne Arrowsmith, a Cherokee singer from Rohnert Park, California, is part of a group called Dark Mondays and is recording music with her husband Russell Adamson, left, and producer/engineer Murray Orrick, right, of The Grove Studio. COURTESY
The band Dark Mondays includes the vocals of Cherokee singer Natahne Arrowsmith of Rohnert Park, California. The band is recording its second EP to be released in the spring. COURTESY
Cherokee singer Natahne Arrowsmith collaborates with her husband Russell Adamson to write and record music in Rohnert Park, California. The pair are a part of a group called Dark Mondays. COURTESY
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Cherokee singer Natahne Arrowsmith learns of a song-writing method that has led to recording songs for two EPs.
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Operations with fewer than 150,000 birds would be at least 500 feet from homes and larger operations would be at least 1,000 feet away.
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Cherokee artist Matthew Anderson talks to students from the Cherokee Immersion School about a magnetic wall where people could arrange color designs for Cherokee baskets. The station was part of the “1710 Cherokee Hands-On Exhibit” at the CHC in December 2014 when Anderson served as an artist in residence. He will be the presenter for the Indian Territory Genealogical and Historical Society meeting on Feb. 25 in the John Vaughn NSU Library. WILL CHAVEZ/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
This month’s presenter is Matthew “Matt” Anderson who works at The Cherokee Art Center and Spider Gallery located in downtown Tahlequah.
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Fannie E. Robinson, of Fayetteville, Arkansas, shakes hands with Tribal Councilors on Jan. 31 after support for her reappointment to the Cherokee Nation Tax Commission. The Tribal Council confirmed her appointment, along with several others, on Feb. 18. CHAD HUNTER/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
Councilors also authorize the donation of 85 surplus intravenous pumps from W.W. Hastings Hospital to the Northeastern Health System.
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Randy Dirteater says his reasons for withdrawing are personal and for the benefit of his family.
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The Orion Nebula inspired this painting by Harvard student and sci-fi enthusiast Ashley Anderson. Anderson, a Cherokee Nation citizen, said she loves astronomy and reads science fiction novels. COURTESY
Cherokee Nation citizen Ashley Anderson is a Harvard University senior who will graduate this spring with a major in history literature.
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Northeastern State University will host a Women in Leadership lecture featuring Marilyn Vann at 2 p.m. on Feb. 26 in the Webb Auditorium.
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TAHLEQUAH – In preparation for the 67th annual Cherokee National Holiday, the Cherokee Nation is seeking nominations for its Cherokee National Treasure distinction.

The deadline for nominations is 5 p.m. on May 14.

The honor of Cherokee National Treasure is bestowed upon CN citizens who have shown exceptional knowledge of Cherokee art and culture. Those selected work to preserve and revive traditional cultural practices that are in danger of being lost from generation to generation. The award was established in 1988 by the CN and Cherokee National Historical Society.
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Cherokee Nation citizen Patrick Warrington, 26, a Tulsa native, has worked as a lighting technician for acts as such Elton John, Green Day, Smashing Pumpkins and Judas Priest. COURTESY
Cherokee Nation citizen Patrick Warrington can’t name every act he has worked with as a touring lighting technician because of non-disclosure agreements, but the list is long. COURTESY
Patrick Warrington says he’s traveled to more than 40 countries and 45 states as a lighting technician for major musical acts. COURTESY
Patrick Warrington has toured with Elton John, Green Day and the Smashing Pumpkins.
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Deputy Principal Chief S. Joe Crittenden and Cherokee Nation employees distribute Valentines for veterans on Feb. 14 at the Oklahoma Veterans Center in Claremore. ROGER GRAHAM/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
Tribal Councilor Keith Austin sponsors the event that included music, lunch, roses, candy and handmade Valentine’s Day cards.
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