• CNB secures major brands for Cherokee Springs Plaza

    ​Cherokee Nation Businesses, developer of Cherokee Springs Plaza, has secured deals that bring Taco Bueno and a second SONIC® Drive-In to Tahlequah. The two additional businesses will join Buffalo Wild Wings and Stuteville Ford at the dining, retail and entertainment development.

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  • Cherokee Nation bringing 175 jobs, more entertainment to Grove
    Cherokee Nation and Cherokee Nation Entertainment are breaking ground on a new casino that will bring 175 jobs to the Grove area. The property will be the tribe’s 10th casino, located at Highway 59 and East 250 Road.

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  • CNB executive joins Oklahoma Policy Institute board 

    ​Charles Garrett, executive vice president of Cherokee Nation Businesses, has been named to the Oklahoma Policy Institute board of directors. He brings more than 25 years of legal and business knowledge to the nonpartisan, independent think tank.

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  • CNT supporting USGS through new $30M contract

    ​Cherokee Nation Technologies is providing scientific and technical support to the United States Geological Survey in an effort to better understand the nation’s biological resources. The $30 million contract aids the USGS in developing and disseminating research-based information. ​

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  • CSG continues support for NOAA through $45M contract

    ​Cherokee Services Group has secured a $45 million contract to continue its work with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in Boulder, Colorado. CSG is providing NOAA scientific and technical support to assist with improving efficiency and increasing performance at its research facility.

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  • CNHS providing medical, dental support to Army National Guard
    Army National Guard soldiers in 13 states are receiving assistance from Cherokee Nation Healthcare Services to help ensure soldiers are physically fit for deployment. The company was awarded contracts spanning one to five years, totaling more than $24 million, to provide medical and dental case management services to the Army National Guard.

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  • CNCS supporting $25M Navy contract

    ​Cherokee Nation Construction Services is one of five small businesses supporting a $25 million contract with the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Southeast. The Cherokee Nation-owned company, along with other four businesses, will perform construction work at the Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base in Fort Worth, Texas.

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