TAHLEQUAH – According to a Cherokee Nation all-employee email, the tribe’s Registration Department on July 26 will move until further notice t…
The Cherokee Nation is providing $150 in clothing assistance for every qualifying Cherokee student regardless of residency or income, with app…
The Department of the Interior on July 15 announced it will conduct consultations with tribal and Native Hawaiian community leaders as part of…
PRYOR – The Cherokee Nation on July 7 officially celebrated the opening of its new Career Services office in Pryor.
The Cherokee Nation is the first tribe in the country to participate in the U.S. Department of Transportation Self Governance Program, meaning…
Cherokee Nation citizens are reporting successful transfers of $2,000 lump-sum COVID-19 assistance payments offered by the tribe.
Most schools are opting for summer lunch programs that offer free lunches to students and children in the surrounding communities.
In the Community Services Committee meeting, a Cherokee Nation official says a grant will pave the way for a roundabout in Kansas, Oklahoma.
Community Cares Partners hopes to deliver $200 million in rental assistance to Oklahomans by the end of the year.
In March, the Cherokee Nation made a contribution of $25,000 to the Special Olympics of Oklahoma.
HIV/AIDS must be monitored carefully to prevent progression of the disease and its transmission.
Early detection of cancer greatly increases the chances of survival.
Program applicants can request construction of or repairs to water and wastewater systems.
Environmental Programs has been tasked with COVID-19 sampling for more than a year.
Behavioral Health has programs geared toward youth mental health development such as the Circle of Security Parenting.
The program can help eligible Cherokees with up to 12 months worth of assistance.
Cherokee Nation Health Services provides referrals programs for patients to better afford eyewear and dentures.
The Tribal Women Veteran Summit was held in person in 2019, but the pandemic forced the event’s cancelation in 2020.
Career Services offers an estimated 30 programs. Two of the newest are the lineman and fiber optic technician training programs.
Child care and Development provides subsidies to parents to help pay for child care.
The Cherokee Nation sees a 14% increase in motor vehicle tag sales compared to March 2020 numbers.
The Cherokee Nation has restarted its new construction homeownership program with bids for 32 units.
Casino patrons contribute more than $37,000 to the local food bank.
Each of the 136 fire departments is receiving $3,500 to help with equipment, fuel and other items.
Since 2015, the tribe’s Coming Home Re-entry Program has served 1,100 Cherokees.
Estimates vary, but the Urban Institute said renters owe anywhere from $13.2 billion to $52.6 billion in back rent.
The rural transit buses will take employees from Tahlequah to the Catoosa area and Stilwell to West Siloam Springs. The electric school bus is…
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