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DEATHS

Naomi Frances Lusk, 98

Born January 20, 1922

Died September 29, 2020

Dora Dupont, 89

Born September 4, 1931

Died September 27, 2020

Kelsee Jolynn Sevier, 23

Born February 26, 1997

Died September 27, 2020

Walter (Buddy) Hale Stubbs Jr., 79

Born December 8, 1940

Died September 25, 2020

Patricia Ann Walker, 75

Born June 3, 1945

Died September 23, 2020

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THINGS TO DO

Thursday, October 1

Fall Sip-N-Shop
Surviving an Active Shooter - Training Seminar
Anger Management Classes
Sip & Shop on Broadway

Friday, October 2

Halloween Festival - Castle of Muskogee
Cody Canada & The Departed with Special Guests RC & the Ambers
Cody Canada & The Departed with Special Guests RC & the Ambers

Wednesday, September 9, 2020, 8:13 AM

The Cherokee Nation is constructing eight new, 4,000-square-feet buildings and conducting four remodels as part of the tribe’s COVID-19 Respond, Recover and Rebuild plan.

The estimated $25 million in construction will feature a new health center for Cherokee Nation employees in Tahlequah, drive through public health outreach facility in Stilwell, PPE manufacturing sites in Hulbert and Stilwell, office space for social distancing in Catoosa and Muskogee, and storage and food outreach space in Vinita, Kansas, Belfonte and Jay.

“The Cherokee Nation is putting our CARES Act funding from the U.S. Treasury to great use in our Cherokee communities by investing in this $25 million project that will provide jobs and ongoing needed safety equipment, ensure our elders do not struggle with food insecurity through this pandemic, add space for employee safety and provide a new health center for our Cherokee Nation employees that is close to our tribal complex and can treat for a range of illness as well as test for COVID-19,” Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. said.

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