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Cherokee Nation announces 2024 Remember the Removal Bike Ride participants

2024 marks the 40th anniversary of the inaugural RTR bike ride TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — Twelve cyclists from the Cherokee Nation will participate in the 2024 Remember the Removal Bike Ride this June, retracing an estimated 950 miles along the northern route of the Trail of Tears by bicycle. This year marks

Chief Hoskin calls for car tag compact renewal as tribe distributes nearly $8M to over 100 public schools

Compact ends unless renewed by Governor or legislature in 2024 TULSA, Okla. — Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. told more than 100 public school educators Tuesday that renewal of the tribal-state car tag compact this year is critical to ensuring millions of dollars continue to flow to school districts,

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Record $1.3 billion in federal funding allocated to Native American housing BY CHEZ OXENDINE Native American housing programs will have access to a record $1.34 billion in federal funding this year following an appropriations package signed into law earlier his month.  The appropriations included long-awaited funding increases for

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U.S. Treasurer Chief Malerba gives keynote at Tribal Energy Equity Summit Tulsa, OK - Chief Lynn Malerba, the Treasurer of the United States delivered a keynote address yesterday at the Tribal Energy Equity Summit at RiverSpirit Casino in Tulsa, OK. Chief Malerba, who became the 18th chief of the

Chickasaw Nation Medical Center named one of Newsweek’s Best-In-State Hospitals 2024

The Chickasaw Nation Medical Center is recognized as one of America’s Best-In-State Hospitals 2024 by Newsweek and Statista Inc., the world-leading statistics portal and industry ranking provider. “The Chickasaw Nation Medical Center is proud to be recognized by Newsweek and Statista as being a Top 10 Oklahoma Hospital,” Dr.

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Oklahoma task force looks to resolve tribal reservation safety issues without tribal nations by Molly Young, The Oklahoman A task force launched by Gov. Kevin Stitt will attempt to create a standard working agreement for state and tribal public safety agencies, but without any say from tribal leaders, at least

Cherokee Nation unveils solar-powered lighting solution in Nowata

Project improves safety for community organization, tribal health center and food distribution site NOWTA, Okla. – The Cherokee Nation has taken a significant step to enhance community safety and embrace sustainable practices with the completion of a solar-powered lighting project in Nowata. Funded with $55,000 from the Cherokee Nation’s
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