Tuesday Jul 15
Cherokee Nation Officials Celebrate Health Center Topping Out
"Cherokee citizens in this area of our jurisdiction are one step closer to accessible, quality health care," said Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker.
Woman riding motorcycle killed in Washington County, Oklahoma crash Tuesday night
An Ochelata woman died in a Washington County crash Tuesday night when the motorcycle she was riding on was involved in a crash with a Jeep, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports.
Cherokee Nation Awarded Funds for New Health Equipment from Indian Health Services
The Cherokee Nation was recently awarded $2,577,845 for new health equipment at W.W. Hastings Hospital and four tribal health centers through a grant from Indian Health Services, according to a press release.
donates $50K for Nowata waterline
Nowata residents Bill and Lynne McGuire, Lee Tevebaugh, and Phyllis Lay; Tribal Councilor Dick Lay; Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker; resident John Phillips; Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr.; residents Kathy and Jerry Jobe; Cherokee Nation Deputy Chief S. Joe Crittenden; resident Betty Inman; Nowata County ... (more)