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Staff and helpers at Robin’s Nest Flowers and Gifts in Pryor celebrate a successful Mother’s Day weekend after reopening during the COVID-19 pandemic. COURTESY
Owners rely on delivery, curbside service and government assistance during storefront closures.
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The Arkansas Racing Commission is using an independent point system to assess the license proposals.
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Cherokee Federal unveils Scout Health Security unit to Cherokee Nation leaders and medical professionals at Cherokee Nation’s Outpatient Health Center in Tahlequah. COURTESY
Cherokee Federal President Steven Bilby introduces new frontline health products to Cherokee Nation leaders and medical professionals at the Cherokee Nation Outpatient Health Center in Tahlequah. COURTESY
Tribal company unveils front line products in global health battle.
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With millions of people nationwide filing for unemployment since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, many individuals and families across the country are suddenly finding themselves without health insurance at a precarious time. Fortunately, new options may be able to help those on tight budgets. STATEPOINT
Avoiding gaps in coverage should be a top priority for anyone who has recently lost health insurance.
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The tribe’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program is available online for those wanting to file their 2019 income tax returns.
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Tax Day is typically April 15, but the Internal Revenue Service recently extended the deadline for filing and paying your 2019 federal income taxes to July 15. STATEPOINT
The Internal Revenue Service recommends that anyone expecting to receive a tax refund should file as soon as possible.
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STILWELL – Cherokee Nation citizen Robert E. Lee IV’s passion for the outdoors has blossomed into a growing small business.
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STILWELL – Cherokee Nation citizen Bryce Miller is the owner and operator of Miller Farms, a strawberry farm in Stilwell, Oklahoma.
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A masked worker at this state WIN job center in Pearl, Mississippi, holds an unemployment benefit application form as she waits for a client on April 21. The job centers lobbies are closed statewide to prevent the spread of COVID-19. However, the continuing growth of unemployment demands and now additional assistance for self-employed, church employees, gig workers, and others who were previously ineligible for unemployment assistance has drawn some people to the centers for information and to obtain and submit unemployment benefit applications. ROGELIO V. SOLIS/ASSOCIATED PRESS
About one in six American workers have lost their jobs in the past five weeks, by far the worst string of layoffs on record.
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Horses break from the gate during a race at Will Rogers Downs in Claremore. A record $5.3 million was wagered on its April 21 program. COURTESY
As one of a handful of tracks continuing to conduct live racing without spectators during the pandemic, Will Rogers Downs has seen out-of-state wagering on its races soar to record levels.
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Unemployment insurance is a program between your state and the federal government that provides money when you’ve lost your job. With the federal government’s passage of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, you can receive an enhanced benefit. STATEPOINT
During this period of uncertainty, finding ways to pay bills or keep medical benefits are top concerns for many.
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