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Cherokee Nation dedicates $2.4M road project in Sequoyah County

Cherokee Nation dedicates $2.4M road project in Sequoyah County

VIAN, Okla. — Cherokee Nation and Sequoyah County officials gathered near Vian Thursday to dedicate a newly paved 8-mile stretch of Moonshine Road in rural Sequoyah County.

The $2.4 million project includes an asphalt overlay covering nearly 8.49 miles of road, along with the placement of new rumble striping, guardrail and the installation of new signs. 

“The Moonshine Road project is another example of our tribal government’s commitment to being a good community partner with county and city governments in northeast Oklahoma,” Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr. said. “Projects like Moonshine Road not only benefit Cherokee Nation citizens, but all residents in the area and the schools who utilize the road for bus routes.” FULL ARTICLE

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