The deadline for submitting nominations is March 31.
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Charles Addington
Charles Addington is named the senior advisor of Law Enforcement, Security and School Safety in the Office of the Assistant Secretary– Indian Affairs.
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Loretta Carter
Cherokee Nation citizen and federal employee Loretta Carter dies Jan. 7 from COVID-19 complications.
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From left to right are Cherokee Nation Chief of Staff Todd Enlow, Secretary of State Tina Glory Jordan, Marsha Lamb and Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. Lamb, who recently announced her retirement, was honored for her 31 years of service to the tribe. COURTESY
Marsha Lamb began her career with the tribe as a Human Services family advocate in 1987.
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Over his four seasons, Cherokee Nation citizen Mason Fine completed 1,039 passes for 12,505 yards, 93 touchdowns and just 39 interceptions while rushing for seven scores. COURTESY
Cherokee Nation citizen Mason Fine joins the Riders after a stellar collegiate career at North Texas University that has him sitting 28th all-time in passing yards in college football history.
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Cherokee Nation citizen Dan Brown, his wife, Courtney, and their children, Kaylee, 3, and Carter, 9 months, are seen in May. Dan is enjoying a successful career with the Ghirardelli Chocolate Company. COURTESY
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Dan Brown works for the Ghirardelli Chocolate Company as director of national accounts in the company’s professional products division.
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Oklahoma State University guard Lexy Keys drives against Southern Methodist University. The Cherokee Nation citizen shared the Big 12 Conference’s Freshman of the Week honors for Dec. 21 with Baylor’s Hannah Gusters. COURTESY
Oklahoma State’s Lexy Keys average 10.5 points and shot 72.7 percent (8-of-11) from the field in victories over Oklahoma and West Virginia.
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Cherokee Nation citizen Payton Sarabia poses with her Southwest United States Regionals Gold Cup Final trophy after her win in October. Sarabia, 10, has been competing in BMX since she was almost 3. COURTESY
Payton Sarabia, 10, has been competing in BMX since she was almost 3 years old.
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Cherokee Nation citizen Joseph Erb, of Tahlequah, is a professor at the University of Missouri School of Visual Studies. In 2019, he was selected to create a large piece of copper artwork for the First Americans Museum in Oklahoma City that will open in September 2021. COURTESY
Cherokee artist Joseph Erb works on copper gorgets that are worn as a necklace. The gorgets are based on those given to Cherokee leaders by British emissaries in the 1700s. COURTESY
A copper bracelet created by Cherokee artist Joseph Erb includes designs representing the Cherokee Phoenix logo and modern tools. COURTESY
Cherokee artist Joseph Erb’s art piece will be a part of the First Americans Museum in Oklahoma City.
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Joyce Rock
The school support specialist claims ‘divine intervention’ and the support of many helped her career.
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David Crawler
Cherokee Nation translator David Crawler is the recipient of the Cherokee Phoenix’s “Seven Feathers” award for language and is grateful he gets to work with and speak his language at work.
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