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The Cherokee Nation donated $6,300 Wednesday to the Muldrow Boys & Girls Club. The funds will help with the construction of new awnings that will provide shade to patrons at the town’s baseball field complex.
Cherokee Nation is now accepting grant applications for its spring education tours. The sponsored tours provide an exclusive look at Cherokee Nation’s rich history and culture. Applications are accepted through March 20.
Cherokee Nation Technologies is supporting the Natural Resources Conservation Service in its efforts to rehabilitate the Millsite Dam. The company is using its experience in Unmanned Aerial Systems to safely provide information to advance the USDA- led project.
KISS, America’s No. 1 Gold Record winning group of all time, brings their epic rock to The Joint inside Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa on Feb. 22.
  • Monday, February 20 +

    ACT Prep Class at Ft. Gibson High School
    500 S Ross St, Fort Gibson, OK 74434
    4 p.m. – 7 p.m.
  • Wednesday, February 22 +

    Wagoner Elementary @ JA BizTown
  • Thursday, February 23 +

    Wagoner Elementary @ JA BizTown

    ACT Prep Class at Carl Albert State College – Sallisaw Campus
    1601 S Opdyke St, Sallisaw, OK 74955
    Room 8210- back building
    4 p.m. – 7 p.m.

  • Friday, February 24 +

    Sallisaw Eastside Elementary @ JA BizTown
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