Read the latest news on Cherokee Nation’s work to protect our sovereignty and support everyone on our reservation.
The Oklahoman: Cherokee chief tells OK Legislature about health, education efforts
Despite political conflict in recent years over the McGirt decision at the U.S. Supreme Court, Hoskin called on lawmakers and the Oklahoma state government to work together with tribes, saying, "We have to recognize that we don't do it alone."
KTUL: Cherokee Nation celebrates milestone of 450,000 registered citizens
“I really commend our Registration Department for meeting the needs of our citizens. COVID-19 taught all of us that there is a great need out there in terms of broadband, food insecurities and vital services that our people need,” Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck...
KOSU: Cherokee Nation opens new shelter for those experiencing domestic violence
The Cherokee Nation celebrated the opening of a new domestic violence shelter in Stilwell on Tuesday, Dec. 20, to help families and children who suffer at the hands of violence.
Cherokee Nation Issues Statement Following Arguments Before U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit in Hooper v. City of Tulsa
Today, following arguments before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit in Hooper v. City of Tulsa, Chuck Hoskin, Jr., Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation, issued the following statement: “In federal court today, those seeking to limit the sovereignty of...