The Cherokee Nation on Sept. 15 provided an eco-friendly boost to the Spavinaw Youth & Neighborhood Center via the installation of rooftop solar panels, which are expected to lower utility costs by as much as 80%.
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To grow the economy across the Cherokee Nation reservation, we must be forward thinking, collaborative and willing to work across borders.
The Cherokee Phoenix Breakdown returns for its second season with its first episode of the Cherokee Phoenix’s virtual roundtable discussion focusing on the suicide crisis in Indian Country.
In unanimous votes, Cherokee Nation lawmakers on Sept. 13 approved the fiscal year 2022 capital and operating budgets totaling a record $3.4 billion.
The Cherokee Nation on Sept. 2 celebrated citizens and organizations for their statesmanship, patriotism, community leadership and devotion to the tribe during a virtual Cherokee National Holiday Awards Ceremony.
Cherokee Nation lawmakers on Sept. 7 were presented with another record-breaking budget proposal, this time for fiscal year 2022.
The Cherokee Nation recently installed rooftop solar panels on the Rogers County Cherokee Association community building to save on its utility costs by 90%.
It makes sense that Janie Simms Hipp, a Chickasaw Nation citizen from Idabel, was tapped earlier this year to become chief law officer for the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
COVID-19 vaccinations are accelerating in Oklahoma as the state sees a rapid rise in cases from the Delta variant and students return to school and colleges.
The Tulsa Polo Club will host the Will Rogers Legacy Polo Cup from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Sept. 18 at Mohawk Park.