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The proposed Bureau of Indian Affairs rule would establish an Indian Business Incubators Program.
TAHLEQUAH – There was some contentious discussion about spending during the Executive & Finance Committee meeting on March 25 as Tribal Co…
The former historical society is dissolving and transferred assets, including the Cherokee Heritage Center to the Cherokee Nation.
The Cherokee National Research Center, under construction at the Cherokee Springs Plaza, will house Cherokee-based archives.
Since 1990, federal law has required that institutions like museums and schools that receive federal funding return human remains, funerary objects and other sacred items to their Native American, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian descendants.
The Cherokee Nation contributed $854,000 in Indian Health Service project funds to assist in the construction of approximately 54,000 feet of a new 24-inch water main from the water plant to the city of Vian.
The Cherokee National Research Center is slated to open later this summer.
When a natural disaster occurs, our response can reveal our deepest values. The Cherokee Nation believes in “gadugi” – working together to better our tribe and for the greater good. Our talented workforce at CN and Cherokee Nation Businesses lived up to this value during the treacherous 2021 winter storm that hit our communities in February.
The locations are expected to reopen Friday, pending weather and energy conditions.