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Wednesday, January 22, 2020
$15.8M water treatment plant completed in Delaware County
U.S. Census Bureau Executive Director Kendall Johnson speaks at a Jan. 14 event to unveil the national advertising and outreach campaign for the 2020 Census, at the Arena Stage in Washington. MICHAEL A. MCCOY/ASSOCIATED PRESS
The head count starts in January in Native villages in Alaska, but the rest of the country won’t be able to start answering the questionnaire until March.
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Sequoyah High School freshmen Hayden Girty, second from left, and Kyle Adair, center, are given new desktop computers from the Cherokee Nation Marshal Service. The CNMS gives away computers each year to deserving students in the Cherokee Nation in collaboration with the Broken Arrow Police Department. LINDSEY BARK/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
Two Sequoyah Schools students receive new desktop computers from the Cherokee Nation Marshal Service.
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The next OKCIC Women’s Self-Defense Seminar is on Jan. 21 at the OKCIC for all women including patients and non-patients ages 12 and up.
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Caleb Gritts, Cherokee Nation support services technician, packages Oklahoma hunting and fishing licenses that are being mailed to eligible CN citizens. COURTESY
Cherokee Nation citizens eligible for a renewed Oklahoma hunting and fishing license can receive an electronic version of their 2020 license from the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation “Go Outdoors Oklahoma” smartphone app. COURTESY
Licenses for Cherokee Nation citizens who received a compact license in 2019 have automatically renewed for 2020.
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TAHLEQUAH – The General Assistance program is funded through the Bureau of Indian Affairs and administered by the tribe’s Human Services via its Family Assistance department. This program is a financial assistance service for eligible Indian families to address essential living needs. 
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TAHLEQUAH – The Cherokee Nation administers a burial assistance program funded through the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the CN.s
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First-place teams will receive $7,500, second-place will receive $5,000 and third-place will receive $2,500.
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A ribbon-cutting with Cherokee Nation officials and the City of Muskogee officials takes place Dec. 13 for a new CN Career Services office at 1305 Country Club Road in Muskogee. COURTESY
Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr., left, and Tribal Councilor Mike Dobbins stand next to the Career Services field office sign in Muskogee that lists the types of services clients can expect at the newly opened space at 1305 Country Club Road. COURTESY
The Muskogee field office seeks to serve clients better with more office space.
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The tribe contributes $14,000 to the William W. Barnes Children’s Advocacy Center and nearly $16,000 to Safenet Services.
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The Cherokee Nation and Tahlequah Public Works Authority will connect homes to the city’s sewer services.
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The final Tribal Energy Resource Agreement regulations include options for tribes to manage energy resources on tribal lands.
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