Visitors are returning to Cherokee-owned museums and other culturally significant sites as COVID-19 restrictions have been “somewhat lifted,” …
Cherokee artist Christopher Coursey broke down the thought process that helps him become the artist he is today. The inspiration, determinatio…
Artwork is being accepted for the 26th annual Cherokee Homecoming Art Show & Sale.
In July, as summer began to tighten its grip on northeast Oklahoma, a number of sponsors braved the heat for a few evenings to announce the be…
The 50th annual Trail of Tears Art Show and Sale is underway, with this year’s top award going to Cherokee National Treasure Vivian Cottrell f…
This time we focus on the community of Vinita in the tribe’s District 11 or Craig.
The artwork of Cherokee National Treasure Dorothy Sullivan is being featured in a Saline Courthouse Museum that will run until Aug. 28.
This time we focus on the community of Grove in the tribe’s District 10 or Delaware North.
Originally established in 1820 near Russellville, Arkansas, Dwight Mission was relocated in 1829 to Sequoyah County following the forced remov…
On June 4, a nearly 13-foot-tall bronze Lighthorse statue embodying the combined features and designs of the Five Tribes arrived at the U.S. M…
After a bicycling journey of nearly 1,000 miles through seven states, the nine “Remember the Removal” riders for 2021 arrived in Tahlequah on June 18.
This time we focus on the community of Salina in the tribe’s District 9 or Delaware South.
The exhibit is slated to run through the end of the year as part of Cherokee Nation’s bicentennial celebration honoring Sequoyah’s literary ac…
The Miss Cherokee Leadership Competition will be held on Aug. 28, and the Junior Miss Cherokee Leadership Competition on Aug. 27.
This time we focus on the community of Stilwell in the tribe’s District 7 or Trail of Tears West.
Cherokee Nation Businesses is working on projects this year for language, art and historical site acquisitions.
Dakohtah Jordan, a third grader at Cherokee Elementary in Catoosa, is chosen as the winner of the second annual competition.
This time we focus on the community of Marble City in the tribe’s District 6 or Sequoyah District.
Descendants of the freed Black people enslaved by Native American nations once owned much of the land under Tulsa.
Six cyclists were at the center of a May 26 ceremony to send them on their journeys as participants in the 2021 “Remember the Removal” Bike Ride.
Two bills aim to support preservation of Native American languages.
A study of the main hub for Cherokee people in Tennessee reveals the conditions approximately 10,000 people faced awaiting removal.
Grades 4–12 were allowed to immerse themselves in Cherokee activities throughout the day.
The project at the former casino will take an estimated year to 18 months.
The museum gives a glimpse into what the life and hardships Sequoyah might have experienced as he created the Cherokee syllabary.
In the Cherokee Phoenix’s video series, we focus on telling the stories of lesser known small towns or communities in the Cherokee Nation’s re…
The public can vote for the grand prize winner on SurveyMonkey.com May 17-28.
One part introduces the syllabary and the publication of the Cherokee Phoenix while the other highlights the adaption to changing technology.