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It is October 2021 and we are in month 19 of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Cherokee Nation has aggressively, progressively and thoroughly deployed strategies to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus within its reservation from the onset of the pandemic.

During the Sept. 13 meeting of the Cherokee Nation Resource Committee, Secretary of Natural Resources Chad Harsha gave a report on the upcoming “draw hunts” for deer planned for the CN’s 4,000-acre Sequoyah Hunting Preserve north of Sallisaw.

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Cherokee Nation Health Services will offer drive-thru flu vaccination clinics at all of its health center locations, excluding the Gadugi Employee Health Center, from Sept. 20 to Oct. 1.

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To honor those making significant contributions in the fields of Cherokee language, culture, community, service, education, health and business, the Cherokee Phoenix has announced the recipients of its third annual Seven Feathers Awards.