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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
Dist. 13 Tribal Councilor Buel Anglen listens Feb. 21 to a decision by the Election Commission regarding his candidacy in the upcoming general election. Anglen was disqualified based on term limits. CHAD HUNTER/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
Attorney Carly Griffith Hotvedt argues against Dist. 13 Tribal Councilor Buel Anglen’s eligibility to run for office on behalf of her client, Joe Deere, also a Dist. 13 candidate, on Feb. 21 at the Election Commission Office. CHAD HUNTER/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
Tribal Councilor Buel Anglen and principal chief candidate Rhonda Brown-Fleming are disqualified from the 2019 general election.
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People of all ages take part in a walk in this 2012 walk at Camp Heart of the Hills in Welling as part of the Cherokee Nation’s annual Diabetes Prevention Program retreat. WILL CHAVEZ/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
It’s the first tribal program in Oklahoma to have received Centers for Disease Control full-recognition status.
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OKLAHOMA CITY – Cherokee Nation officials and staff on Feb. 20 visited the Oklahoma Capitol to meet with lawmakers and explain the tribe’s economic, social and political role in the state.

The dignitaries were welcomed were at the state capital for CN Legislative Day. The Oklahoma Legislature includes 57 new lawmakers. The state’s governor is Kevin Stitt, a CN citizen.
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The Illinois River in Adair County is one waterway that could be affected by an Oklahoma Water Resources Board-backed rule that that would allow temporarily lowered water quality standards for a particular pollutant, waterway or wastewater discharger. CLIFTON ADCOCK/THE FRONTIER
The Frontier is a nonprofit watchdog outlet in Oklahoma.
The rule would allow temporarily lowered water quality standards for a particular pollutant, waterway or wastewater discharger.
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Cherokee Nation citizen Gabe Simpson says he enjoys the challenges of balancing his coursework with membership on two athletic teams at Oklahoma State University. PISTOLSFIRINGBLOG.COM
Cherokee Nation citizen Gabe Simpson is a successful walk-on player for Oklahoma State University’s football and basketball programs. COURTESY
Gabe Simpson may be the only current football-basketball non-scholarship player in NCAA Division I.
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Students were shown a picture such as this one and asked to write a description of what they saw using the Cherokee syllabary. Researchers found the students developed their own styles of writing never seen in the language. LIZETTE PETER AND TRACEY HIRATA-EDDS/KANSAS UNIVERSITY
When analyzing writing samples of students at the Cherokee Immersion Charter School in Tahlequah and comparing them to samples of oral stories by Cherokee adults, the students often used grammatical conventions characteristic of English, such as creating an article where none was required. LIZETTE PETER AND TRACEY HIRATA-EDDS/KANSAS UNIVERSITY
Researchers find that students develop their own styles of writing never seen in the language.
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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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