Cherokee Nation Principal Chief testifies before Congress

Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker delivered testimony Wednesday before the U.S. House Interior Appropriations Subcommittee in Washington, D.C.

Cherokee National Capitol building undergoing masonry restoration

Nearly 150 years after construction, the Cherokee National Capitol building is undergoing masonry restoration to ensure the integrity of the building is strong for years to come.

Cherokee Nation Housing Authority executive director urges Congress to reauthorize vital funding

The Housing Authority of the Cherokee Nation’s executive director urged the U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs to reauthorize funding for Native American housing.

Statue of Southeastern pottery pioneer on display at complex

A bronze bust honoring the first female Cherokee National Treasure celebrated for reviving Southeastern style pottery is now on display at the Cherokee Nation’s W.W. Keeler Tribal Complex.

Cherokee Nation applauds BIA’s Indian Child Welfare Act guideline revision

This week the U.S. Department of Interior Asst. Sec.for Indian Affairs Kevin Washburn addressed tribal leaders, including Cherokee Nation Deputy Chief S. Joe Crittenden, on the revision of Indian Child Welfare Act guidelines for state courts.

Red Dirt musician Stoney LaRue appears at free concert at Cherokee Nation

The Cherokee Nation brings bandana wearing, boot stomping Red Dirt music mainstay Stoney LaRue live in an outdoor concert Thursday, April 2.The free concert will be held just west of the W.W. Keeler Tribal Complex in Tahlequah.

BLOG: Lee Creek: Rebuilding by Waterway

Winding its way through Sequoyah County is a nearly 65-mile long waterway known as Lee Creek. The state of Oklahoma designated the waterway a “State Scenic River” despite its name.

Keep up with us as we bring you all the exciting cultural art and events of ‘Cherokee Days’, happening April 10-12 in Washington, D.C.

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