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More than 60 jobs are available, including hourly positions in the gaming and food and beverage departments.
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The recipients of the donations include food pantries, shelters, court advocates and churches.
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For approximately 20 years, the Cherokee Nation’s Burial Assistance Program has helped tribal citizens with funeral expenses.
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TAHLEQUAH – Cherokee Nation officials are developing the tribe’s own financial assistance program aimed at helping needy families become self-sufficient.

Legislation signed on Jan. 18 by Principal Chief Bill John Baker allows for the development of a Tribal Temporary Assistance to Needy Families plan, also known as a TANF. It will be submitted for approval by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, which provides states and tribes with funding to financially assist needy families that qualify.
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The majority of vacancies are within the Child Care & Development area, according to a report.
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Cherokee Nation, Sallisaw and Sequoyah County officials worked together to get the center moved to Sallisaw this past fall.
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Funding will expand low-cost curb-to-curb response service in Tahlequah and Pryor.
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The Cherokee Nation gives the Oklahoma Department of Transportation $411,000 for a turn near the Cooweescoowee Health Center.
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Deputy Principal Chief S. Joe Crittenden and Cherokee Nation employees distribute Valentines for veterans on Feb. 14 at the Oklahoma Veterans Center in Claremore. ROGER GRAHAM/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
Tribal Councilor Keith Austin sponsors the event that included music, lunch, roses, candy and handmade Valentine’s Day cards.
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Charity Chippewa is among the Cherokee Nation citizens who have taken advantage of the Career Services Coming Home Reintegration Program. The re-entry program gave her the opportunity to pursue a career in counseling and a job to provide for her family. COURTESY
The Coming Home Reintegration Program assists those recently released from prison.
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Cherokee Nation Grant Development Manager Christina Carroll speaks on Feb. 6 to members of the CN Opioid Response Task Force during the group’s initial meeting The CN has received up to $6 million from federal grant to provide jobs and employment services to those impacted by the health and economic effects of opioid use. COURTESY
While the initial funding is nearly $2 million, the award could ultimately be worth about $6 million for the tribe.
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