Remember the Removal cyclists complete near 1,000-mile journey

After traveling nearly 1,000 miles across seven states, the 2015 Remember the Removal Bike Ride cyclists completed their journey Thursday, pedaling into Tahlequah to roaring applause by family and friends.
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Deputy Chief Crittenden awarded 2015 Distinguished Service Award

U.S. Navy veteran and Deputy Chief of the Cherokee Nation S. Joe Crittenden was awarded the 2015 Distinguished Service Award by the Disabled American Veterans of Oklahoma.
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Cherokee Nation adds hundreds of jobs with new Roland casino opening

Cherokee Nation and Sequoyah County residents are celebrating the hundreds of jobs Cherokee Casino & Hotel Roland is bringing to the area. A public ribbon cutting and opening celebration of the new casino is planned for Wednesday, July 1, at 2 p.m.
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Cherokee Nation launches Elder Fraud Initiative

The Cherokee Nation held its first-ever Elder Summit on Monday at Sequoyah High School.
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Cherokee Nation funds more summer youth jobs, concurrent enrollment

The Cherokee Nation Tribal Council increased its operating budget by more than $300,000 so that more high school students could simultaneously take college classes and more youth can work this summer.
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Cherokee Nation helps town of Ketchum build first park

Citizens in Ketchum will soon have a first-class park for families in Craig County to enjoy thanks to a $57,273 grant the Cherokee Nation gave the Native American Association of Ketchum recently.
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Miss Cherokee 2015-16 application now online

Young Cherokee ladies hoping to serve as the next 2015 Miss Cherokee and represent the tribe as its ambassador can now pick up an application.
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