Cherokee Nation updates code of laws, makes books more reader-friendly

Cherokee Nation laws are more reader-friendly for the public to search through than ever before thanks to the tribe’s updated and newly published code of laws.

Diabetes Prevention Coordinator on national panel

Cherokee Nation’s longtime Diabetes Prevention Coordinator Tonya Wapskineh is serving on the Sixth Annual Native American Health Care Conference panel in San Diego May 17-19.

Learn history of code talkers at Cherokee Nation Veterans Center

In the early 20th century, Native Americans were still denied some of their basic rights as aboriginal people. Some of those young men left their tribal homes and fought for the nation because of their love of their land.

Local musicians make it big, return to Cherokee Casino & Hotel West Siloam Springs

Seven guys who were no more than acquaintances from Fayetteville, Arkansas, were pulled together at a church by their love for music just three years ago. They have traveled the country doing country their way ever since, as Backroad Anthem.

Cherokee Nation Businesses records record year for revenue, income

Cherokee Nation Businesses’ annual year-end audit shows the tribe’s economic development arm ended fiscal year 2014 with record revenues topping $829 million, more than $48 million ahead of fiscal year 2013. The company’s operating income of $105 million was also up 8 percent in 2014.

Cherokee Immersion Charter School graduates sixth-grade, kindergarten classes

The Cherokee Immersion Charter School graduates even more young Cherokee speakers during an end-of-year graduation ceremony Tuesday at Sequoyah Schools’ gym.

BLOG: ‘War Horse’ covers the track at Will Rogers Downs

Chatter circulates the track as the trainers, jockeys and staff at Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs discover there is a movie star in their midst for the spring season. The star, however, is not an actor, director or stunt double. The one they keep talking about is a horse.

Take a look back at all the exciting cultural art and events of ‘Cherokee Days’ from Washington, D.C. April 10-12.

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