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After a decade of dramatic expansion of the Cherokee Nation health system, Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. unveiled plans to construct a new hospital that will replace the W.W. Hastings Hospital facility, and to make historic investments in order to build a comprehensive behavioral health system that meets the needs of the Cherokee people.
Three Cherokee Nation citizens have been named this year's Cherokee National Treasures for their work in preserving and promoting Cherokee art and culture. The Cherokee Nation Treasure status is an honor presented by the tribe to individuals who are keeping the art, language and culture alive through their crafts and work.
Cherokee Nation Businesses has opened the doors to its new CNB Employee Health Center, a primary care clinic exclusively for employees and dependents enrolled in the tribal company’s medical plan.
Influenced by the best in southern rock, blues, gospel and honky-tonk, Travis Tritt remains a force in the country music genre and with fans across the globe. On Dec. 4, Tritt brings his biggest hits to Hard Rock Live inside Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa at 8 p.m.

VIRTUAL ACT WORKSHOP

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Native students preparing for the ACT national exam can now register for a free virtual workshop offered by Cherokee Nation Foundation. The Oct. 12 workshop is hosted in partnership with Testing With Success for students in grades 9-12 from 5 PM - 7:30 PM CST, with preference given to Cherokee Nation citizens.

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