The Cherokee Nation is investing an additional $29 million in the next three years to help CN citizens negatively impacted by COVID-19 receive job training in skilled trades including health care, construction, child care and information technology.
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The Spirit Aligned Leadership Program is accepting applications for its Intergenerational Indigenous Women’s Leadership Program.
Eligible cities and towns in Oklahoma are invited to apply for the state’s Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust Healthy Incentive Grants starting Nov. 1.
Cherokee Nation Health Services Executive Director Dr. Stephen R. Jones told tribal legislators during the Oct. 12 Health Committee meeting that CNHS officials are pushing citizens to enroll for the federal Medicaid expansion and get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Located along Interstate 44 and historic Route 66, Cherokee Nation and city leaders on Sept. 27 announced plans for a new cultural and tourism facility in Craig County.
The yard of Melissa Lewis was designated as pollinator friendly in September.
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%.
After his selection as a Native American Journalists Association Fellow, a Cherokee Nation citizen is putting together his associated project and looking forward to a career that includes coverage of Native issues and subjects.
Four tribes, including the Cherokee Nation, are petitioning the Supreme Court to request that the bill remain intact.