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Last fall, the Tahlequah High School fast pitch softball team had a successful season, winning a regional championship and advancing to the 5A state tourney.
One of country music’s superstars from the ‘90s, Mark Chesnutt has rescheduled his canceled fall 2022 date at Lee Creek Tavern inside Cherokee Casino & Hotel Roland on Feb. 10, at 9 p.m.
Known for his characteristic animated style, Robert Lewis has a way of pulling his audience into Cherokee traditional stories.
Cherokee Nation is seeking artwork by youth of Cherokee Freedmen descent in grades 6-12 to expand on its current exhibit at the Cherokee National History Museum.
With help from a $15 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor, CN Career Services will provide training and employment assistance for citizens who were dislocated from their jobs by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Native American languages act and legislation named after a respected Cherokee linguist were recently signed into law by President Joe Biden.
When Cherokees need to flee an abusive situation at home, they must have a safe place to go.
The Cherokee Phoenix held a random prize drawing for its inaugural Big Deer Contest on Jan. 5.
A Cherokee-led community group based near Tahlequah is looking forward to a new home this year thanks to the Cherokee Nation.
A couple of years ago, he was making waves in professional angling and attending the University of Central Oklahoma.