Cherokee Nation Businesses invests in future by educating youth on careers with tribal businesses

By Whitney Pancoast
on March 12, 2013

Cherokee Nation Businesses recently welcomed 24 Sequoyah High School students to the workplace in an effort to raise awareness about career paths available within the tribe.


Humane Society Is Ace of Spades

By Talia E. Myres
on February 12, 2014

Last year, Cherokee Nation Businesses announced it was investing $100 million to renovate and expand Cherokee Nation health care facilities. CNB did this because the health and wellbeing of Cherokee citizens is one of Cherokee Nation’s top priorities. Healthy citizens lead longer, happier, more productive lives.


Learning more about the Trail of Tears

By Krystan Moser
on February 10, 2014

My name is Krystan Moser, and I am the cultural art coordinator for Cherokee Nation Businesses. A big part of my job at CNB is doing research for upcoming cultural art projects to make sure our history is told correctly.


Remembering Our Ancestors’ Journey

By Talia E. Myres
on January 29, 2014

Every year, high school and college students from the Cherokee Nation and Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians participate in the Remember the Removal Ride. The journey commemorates the forced removal of the Cherokee people during the winter of 1838-39 and spans 950 miles during a three-week period.


Keeping tsa-la-gi (Cherokee) alive

By Alicia Buffer
on January 26, 2014

The deep, flowing words of the Cherokee language have always interested me. As a young girl, my father would often call me a-ge-yu-tsa and I loved it.