Cherokee Nation doubles support for water needs in reservation
‘Tragedy at Goingsnake’ occurred 149 years ago
Cherokee attorney offers take on ‘by blood’ removal
Standingcloud is Inkjunkys newest tattoo artist
ROSE – In 1883, the Cherokee National Council approved funding to build courthouses in each of the tribe’s nine districts.
TAHLEQUAH – As part of Women’s History Month, Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. declared March 25 as Cherokee Women’s Day during a proclamation…
TAHLEQUAH – Three Cherokee ballerinas from the Academy of Performing Arts in Tahlequah have been chosen to participate in an elite Russian bal…
EUFAULA – Cherokee Nation citizen Storm Paden grew up bass fishing with his dad and brother in waterways around his hometown of Stilwell.
TAHLEQUAH – March 18, 2021, marked a year since the first Cherokee Nation citizen and Oklahoman, Merle Dry, lost his life to COVID-19.
BUNCH – Watercress is yet another food staple foraged by Cherokees in the spring and summer. It is known as a super food with a high concentra…
PARK HILL – After receiving a kidney transplant, Cherokee artist Pam Turtle was unable to work, and she needed to find something to do with her time.
SEQUOYAH COUNTY – On a breezy afternoon in Sequoyah County, tribal leaders gathered at a newly purchased swath of countryside as Principal Chi…
The Cherokee Phoenix Breakdown is back with its second episode in 2021 of the Cherokee Phoenix’s virtual roundtable discussion that highlights…
TAHLEQUAH – On Feb. 21, 1828, the first issue of the Cherokee Phoenix was published in New Echota, Georgia. It was the first Native American n…
TAHLEQUAH – Beading is an art that has been passed down from generation to generation in Emma Washee-Gutierrez’s family. She took interest in …
Courthouses in Flint, other districts early milestone for Cherokees
Dena's Art Den provides art lessons to public
The Cherokee Phoenix Breakdown: Celebrating the Cherokee Syllabary
Cherokee Nation, OSU leaders celebrate 'shared vision' of completed med school
HOW TO: Make a Cherokee double-wall basket with Cherokee National Treasure Mike Dart
CN receives 19 bison to add to herd
The Cherokee Phoenix Breakdown: Cherokee Freedmen History Project
Oklahoma Blood Institute partners with local church for convalescent plasma donations
McKinney imparts boxing skills to younger students
Cherokee Nation administers its first COVID-19 vaccinations
CN hosts drive-thru Christmas event for veterans