• 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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  • CCRC completes construction at Riverside Indian School

    ​Cherokee CRC has completed a two-year project for the construction of two dormitories at Riverside Indian School in Anadarko. CCRC staff recently joined officials from the Bureau of Indian Affairs, school dignitaries and students for a dedication ceremony of the new facilities.

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  • Former senior policy advisor for Native American Affairs joins CNB
    CNB has named Kimberly Teehee vice president of special projects. Teehee, a Cherokee citizen, will work with CNB’s executive vice president and chief executive officer in a variety of capacities while leveraging her experience to advance Cherokee Nation’s economic development priorities. ​

  • New development to potentially add 1,000 jobs, millions to area economy

    CNB has partnered with Woodmont Outlets to potentially locate a new upscale retail development at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa. CNB has agreed to lease property to Woodmont Outlets, which plans to invest $80 million into premium outlet shops to be called “Cherokee Outlets.”


  • Cherokee Nation bringing $170 million retail development to Tahlequah

    ​Cherokee Nation officials announced plans for a $170 million dining, entertainment and retail development in Tahlequah, as well as the eventual relocation of Cherokee Casino Tahlequah. The project is slated to span five years and be broken down into three phases.


  • CNE breaks ground on new South Coffeyville casino

    Cherokee Nation Entertainment is bringing its signature brand of dining, entertainment, gaming and world-class guest service to South Coffeyville, Okla. The company broke ground Aug. 27 to make way for the newest Cherokee Casino. The nearly $10 million development will take about six months to construct and bring 100 new jobs to the region.

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  • CNT receives OASIS Small Business award

    ​Cherokee Nation Technologies recently was awarded the OASIS Small Business contract by the U.S. General Services Administration. The new hybrid acquisition vehicle provides a full range of professional services and products to all departments and agencies of the U.S. government.

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