Cherokee Nation Health Services offers our citizens some of the best care available in Indian Country. Folks in northeast Oklahoma know this, but recently we changed a few things that
The winter weather has come in full force this year. Though we have not experienced much snow or ice, we have gotten very cold temperatures. When it lightly snows or
Valentines, Valentines, I chanted in my head so I wouldn’t forget to go by the store to buy small valentine gifts for the kids’ friends at school. We pulled into
At the Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy, our team was pleased to hear Governor Mary Fallin declare in her State of the State Address on Monday that “we deserve better
Preservation of Cherokee heritage comes in a wide array of forms. We have Cherokee Nation preservationists in areas like language, which is spoken and written. We have song and dance
A black cat jumped in front of the car as I was halfway home after picking up the kids from school last Friday. Now what?
The Inter-Tribal Council of the Five Civilized Tribes is an organization that unites the tribal governments of the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Muscogee (Creek) and Seminole nations, and it repres
In 1904, three years before Oklahoma became a state, Lula Myrtle Hickey was born in what is now Mayes County.
School resumed last Thursday after Christmas break and I would like to welcome everyone back to a new semester. School ends in May, so this is the last stretch of the year.
“Mom, there’s no snow!” was a disappointed comment from my five-year-old daughter Sophia as we started driving from Denver airport to Colorado Springs.