First bison calves born on Cherokee Nation tribal land

It’s a girl! It’s been only six months since the Cherokee Nation acquired bison from the Dakotas, but there’s already been a special delivery.

Cherokee Nation Businesses employees keep Oklahoma beautiful

Cherokee Nation Businesses employees recently celebrated the spring season by volunteering in a statewide initiative to make Oklahoma cleaner, greener and more beautiful.

Cherokee Nation’s Teehee named to Greater Tulsa Area Indian Affairs Commission

Kimberly Teehee, vice president of special projects for Cherokee Nation Businesses, has been named to the Greater Tulsa Area Indian Affairs Commission.

Cherokee Nation Supreme Court affirms tribe complied lawfully with freedom of information laws

The Cherokee Nation Supreme Court ruled this week that the tribe complied lawfully with freedom of information laws in a lawsuit filed by an outgoing tribal councilor.

Cherokee Nation Technology Solutions providing free SBA workshops in Anchorage, Alaska

Cherokee Nation Technology Solutions (CNTS) is continuing its partnership with the U.S. Small Business Administration to host free, onsite training sessions and web-based seminars for Native corporations interested in joining the 8(a) program.

Cherokee Nation opens new Gallery Shop inside Tahlequah Cort Mall

The Cherokee Nation recently celebrated the opening of its new Gallery Shop, a gift shop inside the Cort Mall in downtown Tahlequah that offers everything from handmade coffee mugs and beaded earrings to wall décor in the Cherokee syllabary made by Native artists.

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.

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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