After traveling nearly 1,000 miles across seven states, the 2015 Remember the Removal Bike Ride cyclists completed their journey Thursday, June 25 pedaling into Tahlequah to roaring applause by family and friends.
ON THE SIDELINES: Women’s sports deserve more respect
ON THE SIDELINES: When eating becomes a sport
Tagan Crowe’s Two Crowes Ice Cream celebrated its first anniversary in the Cherokee Cultural District over the Fourth of July weekend.
Siyo nigada! Hello everyone! I have had a wonderful first month of summer, and I was happy to have gotten to spend it with my community. Although I only had three events come up this month, they were very amazing and important!
Elle Bradley is capitalizing on a major opportunity presented to the Cherokee youth of today by investing the money she received from the Minor’s Fund distribution into the startup of her own business, The Little People.
I do not like to dogpile on an issue, but I’ll make an exception this week. Sports Illustrated’s Andy Benoit tweeted “women’s sports in general not worth watching” on June 22. I not only completely disagree with Benoit, I must ask what sports is he watching?
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Joan Jett and The Blackhearts are scheduled to play Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort Event Center on Friday, Aug. 21.
Masters of Illusion Live! will play Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort Event Center on Saturday, Oct. 17.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park is teaming up with the Balsam Mountain Trust for a third year to present a special program, Birds of Prey, at the Oconaluftee Multipurpose Room on Friday, July 10.
Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs Kevin K. Washburn issued final determinations for two petitioners under the existing Federal Acknowledgment process on Thursday, July 2
I would like to extend a letter of gratitude to the Yogi Crowe Scholarship for awarding me with a scholarship for the summer of 2015.