Nine Cherokee Nation Tribal Council members will officially be sworn
into their 4-year term of office during an inauguration ceremony at 2
p.m. Wednesday at Sequoyah School’s Place Where They Play near
Tahlequah. Those to be sworn in include: District 2 – Joe Byrd;
District 4 – Don Garvin; District 5 – David Thornton; District 7
– Frankie Hargis; District 9 – Curtis Snell; District 10 –
Harley Buzzard; District 11 – Chuck Hoskin Jr.; District 15 –
Janees Taylor; At-Large – Jack Baker
The Traditional Foods Cook Off at the upcoming Cherokee National
Holiday needs entries! Is your hog meat the tenderest and tastiest?
Then you need to be in our Traditional Foods Cook Off! Entry forms and
rules are on the National Holiday webpage
and the deadline to enter is .
Have you begun using our online prescription refill service? Cherokee
Nation Healthcare is offering this service to our citizens and you can
find out more by visiting our webpage
Statement re: South Carolina issues arrest warrant
Cherokee Nation statement in re: South Carolina issues arrest warrant
for Dusten Brown
City of Tahlequah, Cherokee Nation partner for new Splash pad
Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker signed a 25-year lease
agreement with the city of Tahlequah that will bring the
city’s first splash pad to town.
Sequoyah High School adds longer school day
Sequoyah High School students return for the first day of school
to a longer school day, with the addition of a fifth period
for more instruction.
Cherokee National Treasures featured on KTUL TV weekly segment
Experience the rich culture and history of the Cherokee Nation through
the eyes of the prestigious Cherokee National Treasures, during weekly
segments on KTUL’s Good Day Tulsa.
National researchers select Cherokee Nation land to study bats
A national group that has traveled to Florida, North Carolina and
Georgia to study the habits of bats chose this year to study the
mammals in the Cherokee Nation’s jurisdiction
Cherokee Nation photo IDs traveling to Oregon and Washington
The Cherokee Nation is traveling to Portland, Ore., and Seattle in
August with the tribe’s mobile registration ID unit to issue
at-large citizens new photo ID Cherokee citizenship cards.
Cherokee Nation P.O. Box 948 Tahlequah, OK 74465