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The Cherokee Nation has provided hundreds of housing opportunities to its citizens through a rent-to-own program for the construction of new, single family homes.
For the past six years, Sedi (Walnut) Eastwood has been learning the Cherokee language and hopes to someday teach it to high school students.
Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. on Sept. 14 announced “a major, historic investment” of $40 million into early childhood education.
Each week for the past 17 years, radio show host Dennis Sixkiller has shared with listeners the Cherokee language through song and stories.
As the Delta variant of COVID-19 makes its way through the state, hospitals are once again filling with patients who have contracted the virus as well as a shortage of hospital staff and nurses to help care for them.
An Oklahoma judge has ordered the state to reinstate a pandemic-related supplemental federal unemployment assistance program that was cut off to thousands of workers in June.
Native students preparing for the ACT and SAT national exams can now register for a free virtual workshop offered by Cherokee Nation Foundation.
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.