• Teehee named to Greater Tulsa Area Indian Affairs Commission

    ​Kimberly Teehee, vice president of special projects for Cherokee Nation Businesses, has been named to the Greater Tulsa Area Indian Affairs Commission. Teehee also serves as acting director of government relations for Cherokee Nation and Cherokee Nation Businesses.

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  • Cherokee Casino South Coffeyville opens with more than 100 new employees

    ​Cherokee Nation and citizens of Nowata County are celebrating more than a hundred new jobs to the area, ushered in by the opening of the new Cherokee Casino South Coffeyville. The community gathered to cut the ribbon, signifying the opening of the new $10 million development. 

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  • Sallisaw native tapped to lead Roland casino

    Cherokee Nation Entertainment officials have named Chad McReynolds as the new general manager of Cherokee Casino & Hotel Roland. McReynolds, a Cherokee Nation citizen, brings more than 20 years of operational management experience, the last decade of which has been working in gaming operations.

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  • CCRC recognized for eco-friendly building at Riverside Indian School

    ​Cherokee CRC,  a division of Cherokee Nation Businesses, recently completed construction of two new dormitories at Riverside Indian School in Anadarko, which received a LEED Silver certification from the United States Green Building Council.

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  • Tribe ‘topping out’ new Cherokee Casino & Hotel Roland

    ​Cherokee Nation officials gathered to celebrate the topping out of construction on the new, $80 million casino and hotel in Roland. The new Cherokee Casino & Hotel Roland is bringing 100 new jobs and more entertainment, dining and hotel options to the region.

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  • New Cherokee Nation health center nears completion

    ​​Cherokee Nation celebrated the topping out the Wilma P. Mankiller Health Center in Stilwell. The $9 million construction project is slated for completion in spring 2015. Cherokee Nation Construction Resources is managing the construction of the health system expansion.

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  • Officials celebrate construction milestone

    ​Cherokee Nation officials gathered to celebrate the topping out of a new health center currently under construction in Delaware County. The new 42,000-square-foot health center, located in Jay, Okla., is projected to cost $13.5 million and is being constructed to accommodate a range of health services.

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  • Technology division names new director of Unmanned Systems

    ​Cherokee Nation Technologies is expanding its capabilities to support unmanned systems integration and operations. John “JC” Coffey, recently retired naval aviator and Department of Defense acquisition professional, is leading the company’s efforts to provide unmanned support and services.

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