This Just In!

We have some good news to share. Despite initial thoughts that federal PL638 funds would not be released to the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes, we were notified earlier this month that the funds would in fact be released to our administration due to the stability of day-to-day operations. 

These funds directly benefit tribal members by providing services in higher education, adult education, Indian child welfare, social services and more. 

We thank the BIA for releasing the funds of the 638 contracts on behalf of our tribal members, and we appreciate Deputy Regional Director of Indian Services Terry Bruner’s support in the matter. 

Our tribal members are our top priority and we look forward to a better working relationship with the BIA from this point forward. 

If our administration can be of service to you, please do not hesitate to contact us.” 

Decision Notice


"Welcome to the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes' Website!"

Governor Eddie Hamilton

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes are always eager to share the wealth and origin of our culture with you. We continually strive to preserve our heritage and are proud to welcome you to our site. We, the People of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes, in order to sustain and promote justice for all People, promote education, establish guidance and direction for our government, respect and protect our natural environment and resources, and advance the general welfare for ourselves and our posterity as one people. As you browse this site you will see photographs of historical significance as well as those which reflect the culture of today. Stop by and view our online Historical Photograph Collection, perhaps you can add to this valuable cultural resource. And thank you for visiting The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes website.

The First 100 Days




Canton Head Start Blessing & Groundbreaking

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes held a grand opening for their new Headstart building in Canton, Oklahoma in January of 2013. The new 6,400 sq ft building replaces the 130-year-old Cantonment Historical Building that Headstart had occupied for many years.

Tribal Elder Story: Cheyenne Peace Chief Lawrence Hart Chief Lawrence Hart was a Fighter Pilot for the US Marine Corps

Cheyenne & Arapaho TV station

 Click on the image to go to the CATV47 website



Recent News

Tribal Transit Schedule 2013!!

Upcoming Events

90th Labor Day Pow-Wow

Public Notice 08/24/13

CHR Heath Screening On 07-24-13

Tribal Supreme Court Decisions

Employment Opportunities
Updated Daily

Artist Directory with listing of Native American vendors with items for sale.

BIA Contact Number
Southern Plains Regional Office: (405) 247-6673
Washington DC: (202) 208-5116 or (800) 246-8101

Tribal Government Main Contact Number

PR Contact Info
Lisa Liebl


Physical Address

100 Red Moon Circle

Concho, OK 73022