The first movie studio owned by a Native American tribe in the history of Hollywood is set to open its gates in the soft, reddish-brown foothills of New Mexico’s majestic Sangre de Cristo Mountains. CAMEL ROCK STUDIOS
The Tesuque Pueblo’s Camel Rock Studios backlot movie ranch will initially include standing sets, panoramic vistas and planned shooting stages.
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Security vehicles are stationed outside the empty Cherokee Casino Tahlequah on March 20. CHAD HUNTER/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
The tribe’s business arm has temporarily shut down some of its operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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James Durant
Archer Insurance and Financial aims to educate people on claims and policies available to them at little to no cost.
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Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin speaks on March 17 during a press briefing with the coronavirus task force, at the White House in Washington, D.C., as President Donald Trump looks on. EVAN VUCCI/ASSOCIATED PRESS
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin encourages taxpayers to file their returns because many of them will be receiving refunds that they will be able to use to pay bills during the economic downturn.
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The Straight Edge, owned by Cherokee Nation citizen Emily Hullinger, has opened a second Tahlequah location at Northeastern State University. A ribbon-cutting ceremony is set for 2 p.m. on March 24 in the NSU University Center Basement Lobby. COURTESY
The Cherokee-owned barber shop’s second location is in the University Center Basement Lobby on the Northeastern State University campus.
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Cherokee Nation Businesses announced March 9 that its professional service companies were rebranded under the new name, Cherokee Federal. COURTESY
CNB’s portfolio of government and commercial contracting companies has earned more than $5 billion in contract wins since 2012 and represent roughly 42 percent of its overall revenue.
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Cherokee Nation citizen and dentist Jerry Snell II performs an examination on a patient at his private practice Keys Family Dentistry, which he has owned and operated for 15 years in Keys. LINDSEY BARK/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
Keys Family Dentistry is at 25279 Highway 82 in Keys, and provides general dentistry services. LINDSEY BARK/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
Jerry Snell II has owned and operated Keys Family Dentistry for 15 years in Keys.
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Wall Street is considered the world’s safest stock market for investors, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t risks. COURTESY/YAHOO.COM
A diversified investment portfolio reduces an investor’s exposure to market shocks.
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South Korean army trucks spray disinfectant as a precaution against the coronavirus on a street in Ulsan, South Korea, Tuesday, March 3, 2020. China's coronavirus caseload continued to wane Tuesday even as the epidemic took a firmer hold beyond Asia. (Kim Young-tae/Yonhap via AP)
The Fed's announcement of a steep rate cut signaled its growing concern that the coronavirus, which is depressing economic activity across the world, poses an escalating threat and could trigger a recession.
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Denise Rabbitt, Cherokee Nation citizen and owner of Rabbit Trap Diner in Peggs, stands in front of her kitchen on Feb. 18, just two weeks after opening. CHAD HUNTER/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
Fry bread at the Rabbit Trap Diner in Peggs has fast become a customer favorite. COURTESY
The Rabbit Trap Diner offers a special dining experience in Peggs with its décor and menu. CHAD HUNTER/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
Beatrice Rabbit, 87, makes a batch of Bea Rabbit’s Famous Chicken & Dumplins at the Rabbit Trap Diner in Peggs. COURTESY
One of the Rabbit Trap Diner’s most popular side orders is fried potatoes. COURTESY
A meal of stew, fried potatoes and cornbread is seen at the Rabbit Trap Diner in Peggs. COURTESY
PEGGS – Within two weeks of opening, the Rabbit Trap Diner with its Cherokee-inspired menu has become a fast favorite in Peggs.
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According to a survey, 84% of surveyed business owners agreed that continuous technological investment is a business need, and 79% agree that it’s critical in helping to attract and retain customers. COURTESY
Of the business owners surveyed, 37% plan to invest even more in their businesses during the next 12 months compared to the past 12 months.
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