The rural transit buses will take employees from Tahlequah to the Catoosa area and Stilwell to West Siloam Springs. The electric school bus is…
A full list of open positions can be found at www.JobsThatRock.com.
The Wilma P. Mankiller & Charlie Soap Water Act is signed April 14.
The tribe’s Career Services is offering upcoming classes for the program.
The Cherokee Nation contributed $854,000 in Indian Health Service project funds to assist in the construction of approximately 54,000 feet of …
The Wilma P. Mankiller and Charlie Soap Water Act honors Mankiller and Soap 40 years after they began planning the historic Bell waterline.
The third round of COVID-19 emergency assistance payments start going out and funds for that program are nearing depletion.
The tribe expands broadband resources for its citizens and communities.
Text advocacy increases accessibility for individuals who may be hearing impaired and those who may be uncomfortable or unable to vocalize a c…
Applications will be taken until May 7, with the work program beginning June 7 and ending July 16.
The Veteran Readiness and Employment program provides benefits and services that enable transitioning service members and veterans with servic…
The United Keetoowah Band seeks to provide outreach and improvement to the community by buying a grocery store.
TAHLEQUAH – Working past some delays due to the pandemic, the Cherokee Nation is planning to open its meat processing facility in the coming w…
The Cherokee Nation is now vaccinating eligible household members of tribal citizens.
Completing the assessment will allow tribal staff to assess damage to the primary residences of Cherokee homeowners and develop response plans.
The upgrades serve more than 18,000 people in 10 counties with in the Cherokee Nation.
Phase 3 includes all who are 16 and older who are either tribal citizens or those from federally recognized tribes and eligible to receive car…
Expanded operations and text advocacy will allow those experiencing domestic and sexual violence to connect with an advocate.
COVID-19 forces some changes for the "Valentines for Vets" effort, but veterans are still receiving Valentines.
The tribe received $411 million from the U.S. Department of Treasury for coronavirus relief assistance.
In 2020, Seed Bank officials distributed�5,140�packages of seeds to tribal citizens.�
The Housing Authority of the Cherokee Nation wants to protect its employees from COVID-19 while maintaining its services.
Using the Elder/Veteran Fund, elders who are 65 and older as well as military veterans of all ages can apply to receive a free one-year Cherok…
Indian Affairs Assistant Secretary Tara Sweeney says connectivity within Native communities has been a top priority for the BIA.
The grants are for feasibility studies of proposed economic development projects, businesses and technologies located in designated opportunity zones.
Cherokee Nation COVID-19 relief efforts saw the tribe serving more than 30 times the normal volume of CN citizens in an average year.
More than half of the 137,000 licenses annual hunting and fishing licenses have been mailed.
The lands will be for the beneficial use of citizens, conservation of natural resources and preservation of Cherokee culture.