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Stay Connected with the Cherokee Nation

  • Government
  • Culture
  • Business
  • Entertainment
Cherokee Nation injected nearly $2.2 billion into the Oklahoma economy last year. New research shows the tribe and its businesses continue to expand their economic footprint through employment, labor income, production of goods and services, and more.
Experience Cherokee culture and holiday family fun during a special event at the Cherokee Heritage Center on Saturday, Dec. 7.
Cherokee Nation Businesses and the Adair County Historical and Genealogical Association recently partnered to help preserve and promote local history at the Adair County Courthouse.
Track 5. is bringing a full lineup of free and open-to-the-public shows in December, including the sounds of Tyler Reese Tritt, George Ducas, Aaron Copeland and Cody Cannon.

ACT Boot Camp

Saturday, Dec. 7
9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Fort Gibson High School
500 S Ross St.
Fort Gibson, OK 74434
*Deadline to apply is Nov. 29