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The Cherokee Nation Angel Project is accepting applications online and in-person at scheduled drive-thru locations throughout the reservation until Nov. 5.
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.
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.
For the past year, the Cherokee Nation’s health care workers, first responders and essential service providers for the health and well-being of our people have been taking heroic measures to treat and protect Cherokees during the global pandemic.
During his Tribal Council report on Aug. 9, Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. took aim at the rapidly spreading COVID-19 Delta variant and its impact on the tribe.
For Cherokee families and businesses to thrive in the modern era, we must have well-maintained roads, clean water, fast internet connectivity and access to great education and job training.
Cherokee Nation Health Services officials said Aug. 3 they are seeing a surge in COVID-19 hospitalizations, with 90% of new COVID cases occurring among unvaccinated patients.
The Cherokee Nation and Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians joined as sister tribes at the Kituwah Mound near Cherokee recently to protect and preserve the Cherokee language, history and culture.