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Emergency Medical Technician students Megan Cox, left, and Hope Shatwell practice joint immobilization on fellow student Kyle Masterson during an EMT certification class on July 17 held at the Cherokee Nation EMS building in Tahlequah. WILL CHAVEZ/CHEROKEE PHOENIX Read More
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More than 400 registered runners compete in the Cherokee Nation Wings Fitness 5k called Beat the Heat on June 9 in Salina. Runners ranged in age from 4 years old to 80 years old. Wings Fitness is a way for generations of Native and non-Native families to participate in physical activity. LINDSEY BARK/CHEROKEE PHOENIX Read More
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Saturday, September 22, 2018
Competitors battle in Traditional Native Games finals
September 2018 issue of the Cherokee Phoenix and 2018 All Cherokee issue available online
Earn EMT certification in 324 hours with Cherokee Nation EMS
wings Fitness provides members physical activity opportunities
The new exhibit about Will Rogers runs Sept. 29 through March 30.
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The summit will be held on Sept. 25 in Tahlequah and the next day in Claremore.
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The United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians tribe is proposing to build a casino on 5.4 acres of property at 730 S. 9th St. in Enid. BILL HEFTON/ENID NEWS & EAGLE
While the United Keetoowah Band’s attorney general says the tribe does not need the city’s support to move forward, it wants it.
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The Cherokee Heritage Center will host Ancient Cherokee Days on Oct. 4-5 and the Cherokee Heritage Festival on Nov. 1-2.
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George Cochran, of Oaks, who served during the Vietnam War, looks at names on the Vietnam War Memorial during a tour of Washington, D.C., that took place Sept. 17-19 as part of this year’s Cherokee Warrior Flight. WILL CHAVEZ/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
World War II Navy veteran John Cockrum, of Sapulpa, left, speaks with fellow Navy veteran and Deputy Chief S. Joe Crittenden on Sept. 18 at the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington, D.C. WILL CHAVEZ/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
Terry Rattlinggourd, of Pryor, stands in front of the Vietnam War Memorial statue on Sept. 18 in Washington, D.C. He carried a machine gun similar to the statue figure on the left when he served with the 1st Infantry and 25th Infantry Divisions in Vietnam. WILL CHAVEZ/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
Air Force veteran Russell Feeling, of Locust Grove, stands in front of the Vietnam War Memorial statue on Sept. 18 in Washington, D.C. He served during the Vietnam War repairing and maintaining navigational systems in fighter aircraft. WILL CHAVEZ/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
Cherokee veterans taking part in this year’s Cherokee Warrior Flight listen to a guide on Sept. 18 as they tour the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. The eight veterans also visited the National Museum of the American Indian, White House, the Korean War Memorial, the Vietnam War Memorial and Arlington National Cemetery in 2-1/2 days. They also helped present a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Solider at the cemetery. WILL CHAVEZ/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
Eight veterans who served during World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War take part in the fifth annual event to the nation’s capital.
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Several tribal leaders attended the 31st annual Oklahoma Indian Summer Festival on Sept. 14-15 in Bartlesville. Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr. was named honorary chairman of the 2018 event. From left to right are 2018-19 Miss Cherokee Shawna Roach, Speaker of the Delaware Tribal Council Charles Randell, Delaware Tribal Councilor Joe Brooks, Delaware Chief Chet Brooks, CN Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr., Delaware Assistant Chief Bonnie Jo Griffith, Deputy Speaker of the CN Tribal Council Victoria Vazquez and 2018-19 Junior Miss Cherokee Kaitlyn Pinkerton. ROGER GRAHAM/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
Cherokee painter Kenny Henson won “Best of Show” for his painting of buffalos at the 31st annual “Oklahoma Indian Summer Festival” held Sept. 14-15 in Bartlesville. COURTESY
Tribal officials from various tribes attended the 31st annual event.
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Cherokee Nation Businesses employee volunteers visit local schools and deliver items for classrooms in need.
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The Great 100 Nurses Foundation honors nurses from Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, North Carolina and Louisiana who go above and beyond in health care each year.
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Four Cherokee Nation citizens have been named to the 2018 Native American 40 Under 40 class by the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development. COURTESY
Winners will be recognized Oct. 29-30 at the River Spirit Casino Resort in Tulsa.
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It was selected for a series of events where individuals with life-threatening injuries were treated and transported, and the treatment provided exceeded hospital expectations.
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The Interior says the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe doesn’t qualify because it wasn’t under federal jurisdiction when the Indian Reorganization Act passed.
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