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Sept. 15, 2020 issue of the Cherokee Phoenix available online
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Studies show healthy people with LDL levels of 100 mg/dL or below tend to have lower rates of heart disease and stroke, supporting a “lower is better” philosophy. COURTESY
Cholesterol can be confusing. But understanding it could help you live a longer, healthier life.
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The Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club will pay homage to Will Rogers’ birthday on Nov. 7 at the Will Rogers Memorial Museum.
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The Cherokee Nation wins the Tribal Destination of the Year while CN citizen Linda Taylor earns tops in Excellence in Customer Service.
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The state is reneging on a commitment to provide a college admissions test for free during school hours to all public-school juniors beginning with the 2017 graduating class. Most school districts administer the ACT. A few use the SAT. COURTESY
Officials say giving the test as part of the school day eliminates barriers that can prevent students from taking the test on a Saturday.
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The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino has been recognized among top 10% of businesses on TripAdvisor with a 2020 Travelers’ Choice Award. COURTESY
The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa is the flagship property of Cherokee Nation Entertainment.
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While more than one-third of consumers think life insurance is more important to own now due to the pandemic, just 50% of Americans actually own policies currently. COURTESY
The primary reasons people buy life insurance are to cover final expenses and replace lost income for the family if they die.
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The Oklahoma State Department of Health’s data showed a total of 26,507 COVID-19 cases with 22,903 recovered, 3,250 active and 354 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 74,567 with 63,135 listed as recovered, 10,493 active and 939 deceased. Of the more than 10,490 active cases, 516 are hospitalized.
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The census is supposed to count every person living in the United States, but the Trump administration has tried to exclude undocumented residents.
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Prior to reopening, a team member tested positive for COVID-19.
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TARA KATUK SWEENEY
As an Inupiaq, I grew up north of the Arctic Circle in Alaska, home to some of the most remote communities in the United States. Arctic living requires resourcefulness, respect for nature, and, most importantly, strong connections to community members. You can’t make it on your own, and like all tribal communities, social connectivity and kinship are critical to survival.
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From left to right Cherokee Nation Family Assistance cook foreman Josie Cheater, Family Assistance Assistant Manager Crystal Thomas, Family Assistance nutrition aide Anthony Pritchett, Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr., Deputy Chief Bryan Warner and Chief of Staff Todd Enlow show ready-made meals being provided to Cherokee elders. COURTESY
The tribe partners with Hunger Free Oklahoma to bring meals to elders who typically depend on senior nutrition centers. 
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