Using the Cherokee Phoenix Elder/Veteran Fund, citizens who are 65 and older, as well as military veterans, can apply for free one-year subscriptions.
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House Bill 1149 would eliminate the transfer of the veterans center to Sallisaw.
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Cora Lathrop Cherokee Nation mortgage loan officer and Volunteer Income Tax Assistance coordinator, helps Eric and Christy Young, of Tahlequah, file their taxes as part of the tribe’s free VITA program. ARCHIVE
In 2018, 1,589 families saved an average of $200 in tax service fees.
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The visit to Wickliffe School is part of outreach to area schools using an anti-violence grant.
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Jade Hansen, Native American Support Center advisement and career specialist, left, and NASC Outreach Coordinator Shelly Dreadfulwater have an “open door” policy when it comes to Native students visiting the second floor of Northeastern State University’s John Vaughn Library for services. PHOENIX ARCHIVE
The Native American Support Center is located on the second floor of Northeastern State University’s John Vaughn Library and offers Native students several free services, including mentoring, tutoring and academic advisement. PHOENIX ARCHIVE
The Native American Support Center at NSU offers Native students free services such as mentoring, tutoring and academic advisement.
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Eligible applicants must be a citizen of a federally recognized tribe and a resident of the Cherokee Nation jurisdictional area.
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The United Keetoowah Band is offering $40 to each eligible child and $75 for each eligible elder.
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Cherokee Nation EMS staff will be on hand from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Dec. 3-8 at the Tahlequah Walmart accepting donations to help fill an ambulance.
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From left to right are Tribal Councilor Harley Buzzard, Linda and Johnny Gifford and Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr. at the Giffords’ home where solar panels have been installed. COURTESY
The Housing Authority of the Cherokee Nation is using a grant for the pilot program.
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Tribal citizens living in Miami were previously excluded from the program because the city is deemed an urban area due to a population of greater than 10,000.
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Cherokee Nation home energy auditors use infrared cameras to find missing or defective insulation and sources of heating and cooling losses in citizens’ homes. COURTESY
The Cherokee Nation service helps cut energy costs for its citizens’ homes.
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