Monday, June 24, 2013

Cherokee Nation Newsletter 6 24 2013

Cherokee Nation Newsletter 6 24 2013


The Cherokee Nation Tribal Council election unofficial results are
available for viewing here
. There are runoff elections scheduled for next month and those
wishing to apply for an absentee ballot may click here
 to download the application before the July 1st deadline.

Community Action Resource and Development, Cherokee Nation and other
area organizations are co-sponsoring a free Virtual Job Fair through
June 27 to stimulate and promote hiring by employers within the state
of Oklahoma. Job seekers can register at

Col. Joe Martin will hold a free history talk open to the public from
10 to 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 25th, at the Cherokee National Supreme
Court Museum in downtown Tahlequah. He will discuss the life of John
Martin Jr., who was the first Chief Supreme Court Justice of the
Cherokee Nation in both the East and West. The first 20 attendees to
the history talk will receive a free Cherokee National Supreme Court

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Cherokee Nation Tribal Council Election results
 – 06/23/2013

The Cherokee Nation Tribal Council will welcome back six incumbents
and see two newcomers, as a result of the June 22 Tribal Council
election. A run-off is also slated for the District 4 seat.

Remember the Removal riders complete their journey
 – 06/21/2013

There were hundreds of hills, a few minor spills, but mostly thrills
for the 2013 Remember the Removal bike riders who completed their
950-mile ride across seven states to finish in Tahlequah Friday.

Cherokee Nation celebrates expanded Collinsville tag office
 – 06/20/2013

Cherokee Nation and city of Collinsville officials cut the ribbon and
officially opened the doors Tuesday to a new, larger Cherokee Nation
Collinsville tag office on Main Street.

Cherokee Nation marshals retire K-9 Runa
 – 06/17/2013

The Cherokee Nation Marshal Service is retiring its drug-sniffing dog
Runa after five years of service, which led to detecting nearly 100
cases of illegal substances and running down suspects.

Cherokee Nation has high turnout for Day of Champions camp
– 06/17/2013

Nearly 120 students braved the heat this past weekend to learn
athletic skills and character building from University of Oklahoma’s
offensive coordinator Josh Heupel and other notable former NFL and
collegiate players at Cherokee Nation’s Day of Champions camp.

Cherokee Nation expands Sallisaw’s Redbird Smith Health Center
 – 06/17/2013

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