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Shown is the artist’s rendering for the new ONE FIRE Victim Services office in Tahlequah. CN officials said that in fiscal year 2020, ONE FIRE helped more than 400 domestic violence survivors. COURTESY
The tribe’s new transitional housing facility in Stilwell will include seven apartments featuring a kitchen, living room and bedrooms. It will also have a communal utility room, kids play room as well as a classroom for life coaching sessions and other programs. COURTESY
The new ONE FIRE Victim Services office will be in Tahlequah while the transitional housing center will be in Stilwell.
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October is now Fire Prevention, Manufacturing and Disability Employment Awareness Month in the Cherokee Nation.
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U.S. Department of Justice doles out more than $295 million to Native communities.
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The National Cherokee Nation Park in Sallisaw offers a place for archery hunting, fishing and horseback riding. While the park is open for anyone to enjoy, only CN citizens are permitted to hunt or fish. STACIE BOSTON/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
The National Cherokee Nation Park in Sallisaw also offers a place for families to enjoy picnics with multiple picnic benches on the grounds near the water. STACIE BOSTON/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
The National Cherokee Nation Park in Sallisaw also has a horse stable on site for those preparing or finishing up a horseback ride on the parks approximately 14 miles of trails. STACIE BOSTON/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
The park also has approximately 14 miles of trails for horseback riding.
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Exterior rendering of the new Cherokee Nation Tag Office in Catoosa. COURTESY
Interior rendering of the new Cherokee Nation Tag Office in Catoosa. COURTESY
The 5,128-square-foot office, at 400 N. 161st E. Ave., will include 12 service windows, a larger lobby and more parking.
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With a larger facility, the tag office can accommodate a high demand of tags in a timely manner.
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The roadway is the first step in the city’s economic development project to bring businesses and jobs to Stilwell.
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StrongHearts Native Helpline is a free, anonymous helpline for Native Americans who are affected by domestic, dating and sexual violence. COURTESY
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StrongHearts Native Helpline sees a jump in domestic violence numbers because of the coronavirus pandemic.
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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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The contributions to the agencies are provided through the tribe’s annual donations and charitable contribution funds.
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Warner city officials, including Mayor Roger Thomason, right, and City Councilor Barbara Watson, fourth from right, join Dist. 4 Tribal Councilor Mike Dobbins, wearing mask, for a $25,000 check from the Cherokee Nation that will provide meals for elderly and personal protective equipment to protect against COVID-19. WILL CHAVEZ/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
Warner Court Clerk Paula Girty visits with Dist. 4 Tribal Councilor Mike Dobbins after receiving a $25,000 check from the Cherokee Nation on Sept. 15 to provide meals to elderly and personal protective equipment to protect against COVID-19. WILL CHAVEZ/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
The city receives $25,000 to provide meals to elderly and purchase personal protective equipment for elders.
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