Museums prepare for Cherokee National Holiday

Cherokee Nation museums and gift shops are gearing up for the 65th Annual Cherokee National Holiday Sept. 1-3.
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Cherokee National Holiday Car Show returns Sept. 3

Many of the area’s finest classic cars will be on display at Cherokee Casino Tahlequah on Sept. 3, when the 14th annual Cherokee National Holiday Car Show returns to the casino.br />FULL STORY

Cherokee Nation Tribal Council re-elects officers

The Cherokee Nation Tribal Council re-elected Speaker Joe Byrd, Deputy Speaker Victoria Vazquez and Secretary Frankie Hargis to their offices during Tuesday night’s monthly Tribal Council meeting, the first since five re-elected members of the board and four new ones were sworn in on Monday.
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Cherokee Nation honors veterans in August

The Cherokee Nation honored two World War II veterans and a U.S. Air Force veteran with the Medal of Patriotism at the August Tribal Council meeting.
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Cherokee Nation begins 2018 LIHEAP application process

The Cherokee Nation’s fiscal year 2018 Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program grant application will soon be available for public review at the tribe’s W.W. Keeler Tribal Complex and field offices.
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Cherokee Heritage Center offers cultural classes promoting traditional Cherokee art

Registration is now open for the Aug. 12 class on flat reed basketry and the Sept. 16 class focusing on blowguns and Cherokee marbles. Both classes are from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and cost $40 each.
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Cherokee Nation clarifies confusion regarding college scholarship applications

The Cherokee Nation sought to clarify confusion among applicants to the Cherokee Promise Scholarship program by reassuring students at least $2,000 per semester is available to each student who applies and another $1,000 per semester is available for housing to those who meet income guidelines.
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BLOG: Oddities of the Advocate

The Cherokee Advocate was the official newspaper of the Cherokee Nation from 1844 – 1906. The Advocate was used as an informational source for Cherokees spread across the jurisdiction, as well as for people outside who wanted to know about the happenings in the Cherokee Nation.
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Clark, Tillis and Bogguss bring trio of hits to Tulsa Oct. 29

Country icons Terri Clark, Pam Tillis and Suzy Bogguss are presenting “Chicks with Hits” at The Joint inside Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa on Oct. 29.
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Cherokee Nation Tribal Councilors sworn into office

Nine Cherokee Nation Tribal Councilors were sworn into office as they pledged to preserve, protect and defend the Cherokee Nation Constitution during their four-year terms.
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