Cherokee Nation Files Landmark Lawsuit To Hold Pharmacies, Opioid Distributors Accountable

The Cherokee Nation filed a lawsuit charging companies with failing to prevent the flow of illegally prescribed opioids to men, women and children in the Cherokee Nation.
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Cherokee Nation Foundation hosts Tahlequah students at Junior Achievement’s Finance Park

Cherokee Nation Foundation recently hosted students from Tahlequah High School at Junior Achievement of Oklahoma’s JA Finance Park® presented by Bank of Oklahoma.
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Cherokee Nation donates to Washington County food pantry, Bartlesville Indian Education Program

The Cherokee Nation donated funds to an Ochelata food pantry and a Bartlesville Public Schools Indian Education Program during visits by Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr. and Tribal Councilor Dick Lay.
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America coming to Tulsa on June 29

For nearly 50 years, America has been a staple of the rock scene. On June 29 the band will perform at The Joint inside Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa.
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Cherokee Nation Principal Chief honored with 2017 Preservation Leadership Award

Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker was honored with the 2017 Preservation Leadership Award by Preservation Oklahoma on Monday evening at the Overholser Mansion in Oklahoma City.
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Cherokee Nation announces results of new economic impact study

Cherokee Nation will release the findings of an economic impact study by economists from the Economic Impact Group during a forum at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa on Friday, April 21.
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Cherokee Nation Businesses recognizes top volunteers in 2016

Cherokee Nation Businesses is recognizing local employees for their outstanding volunteer efforts throughout the Cherokee Nation.
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Cherokee Nation wants new Cherokee-specific Boy Scout award created

The Cherokee Nation wants an award created for Boy Scouts who are Cherokee Nation citizens to earn and wear on their uniform.
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BLOG: History Without the Book

Cherokee Nation Management & Consulting recently established a new technique for training environmental officers at the Fort Bliss Army post in El Paso, Texas. The new approach allows environmental officers to experience the day-to-day operations of each department managed by the Base Environmental Division.
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Cherokee Nation Registration processing applications for tribal citizenship in record speed

After five years of hard work and strategic changes to the registration process, the Cherokee Nation is processing tribal citizenship applications in record time.
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Principal Chief Bill John Baker joins State Regents Task Force

Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker has joined a statewide task force organized by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education to examine ways to improve degree completion and increase productivity by focusing on modernization, efficiencies and innovation.
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