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July 1, 2020 issue of the Cherokee Phoenix available online
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May 15, 2020 issue of the Cherokee Phoenix available online
Medications commonly prescribed to treat high blood pressure also could reduce the risk of colorectal cancer, according to a new study. HIROSHI WATANABE/STONE, GETTY IMAGES
Colorectal cancer is the third-most common cancer and the second-leading cause of cancer death worldwide
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The pipeline would end at a terminal outside Vancouver, resulting in a sevenfold increase in the number of tankers in the shared waters between Canada and Washington state.
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Ashlyn Fullerton, left, discusses items she found in nature and why she chose them during Camp Sevenstar’s Youth Pilot STEM Camp on July 2 at Camp Sevenstar near Lake Tenkiller. Fullerton is 8 years old and is a Cherokee Nation citizen. COURTESY
Pam Iron, American Indian Resource Center executive director, discusses end-of-day activities to students during Camp Sevenstar’s Youth Pilot STEM Camp on July 2 at Camp Sevenstar near Lake Tenkiller. COURTESY
The American Indian Resource Center has been serving northeast Oklahoma students since 1983.
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As of July 6, there have been nearly 2.9 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the United States, according to Johns Hopkins University’s oft-used tracker. Of those, 906,763 – about 31% – are listed as “recovered.” But recovery isn’t the same for everyone. ROOS KOOLE/MOMENT, GETTY IMAGES
The World Health Organization reports the that more severe cases can take up to six weeks for symptoms to resolve.
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Congressional investigators looking into COVID-19 billing practices have sent letters to the Oklahoma ER and Hospital in Oklahoma City and a sister hospital in Tulsa seeking more information about test prices and surprise billing. MIKE SHERMAN/OKLAHOMA WATCH
Oklahoma Watch is a nonprofit, nonpartisan media organization that produces in-depth and investigative stories on important issues facing the state. For more Oklahoma Watch content, go to oklahomawatch.org. COURTESY
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act requires individual and group health insurance plans to provide benefits for some items and services related to COVID-19 testing without any cost-sharing requirements.
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As the filing deadline approaches, taxpayers should beware of tax and COVID-19 related scams.
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The Oklahoma State Department of Health’s data showed a total of 7,045 COVID-19 cases with 5,388 recovered, 1,469 active and 188 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 19,092 with 14,648 listed as recovered, 4,028 active and 416 deceased. Of the more than 4,000 active cases, 487 are hospitalized.
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Sam Houston is the only American to serve as governor of two states – Tennessee and Texas. COURTESY
The famed Texan developed a relationship with Cherokee people that would last most of his life.
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Cherokee elder and fluent speaker Edna “Dolly” Raper, 67, of Kenwood, died from COVID-19 on July 4, according the Cherokee Nation. COURTESY
Edna “Dolly” Raper, 67, was retired from Kenwood School.
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FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — A federal judge has put the brakes on federal coronavirus relief funding for Alaska Native corporations while tribal nations appeal a ruling that deemed the corporations eligible.
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Cherokee Nation Businesses goes to that state’s Supreme Court to halt a lower ruling saying it has no casino experience.
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