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Comanche Nation Entertainment Promotes Longtime Team Members

LAWTON, Okla - Comanche Nation Entertainment has promoted longtime team members Jay Martinez and Shandi Tahhahwah. Martinez, previously General Manager of Comanche Red River Hotel Casino is now General Manager of Comanche Red River Hotel Casino, Comanche War Pony Casino
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White House Tribal Nations Summit highlights sweeping initiatives for tribal empowerment, economic development BY BRIAN EDWARDS  President Joe Biden hosted the third annual White House Tribal Nations Summit this week,

OU Nightly Partners with Cheyenne and Arapaho Television to Enhance News Access in Western Oklahoma

NORMAN, OKLA. - Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Oklahoma is thrilled to announce its partnership with Cheyenne and Arapaho Television (CATV). Through this collaboration,

Kiowa Tribe leads effort to create “Smart City” in Hobart, Oklahoma

HOBART, OK - On, September 27, 2023 at 12:00PM, the Kiowa Tribe Chairman will welcome the Mayor of Pharr, Texas, Dr. Ambrosio Hernandez and his staff along with other

LOCAL OKLAHOMA COMPANIES PARTNER WITH KIOWA TRIBE ON ORPHANED WELL PROJECTS

Kiowa Tribe leads efforts to enhance lands through orphaned well project OKLAHOMA CITY — Two local Oklahoma City companies, Reagan Smith, Red Dirt Energy, have partnered with Kiowa Construction to provide
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Cherokee Nation purchases North Tulsa property

Former Greater Sunrise Baptist Church building to be leased to Cherokee community organization for community space TULSA, Okla. — Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. and Deputy Chief Bryan Warner

Cherokee Nation investing over $80M to build cell towers in rural Cherokee communities

Fieldwork within impacted communities beginning in late February TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – The Cherokee Nation is constructing 15 new cell towers in 16 rural Cherokee communities and creating a broadband Internet network

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Tulsa's Gilcrease Museum continues repatriation efforts with return of ancestral remains to tribes The Gilcrease Museum is returning ancestral remains to tribes. The museum’s board of trustees

Cherokee Nation furthers commitment to cultural preservation with acquisition of historic homes

VINITA, Okla. – Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. announced Wednesday new investments in cultural preservation through the acquisition of two historic homes. The announcement was made during a presentation
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Sports betting still isn't legal in Oklahoma. Could that change this year? by Molly Young, The Oklahoman Some Oklahoma lawmakers want to bring the state off the sidelines

Cherokee Nation purchases North Tulsa property

Former Greater Sunrise Baptist Church building to be leased to Cherokee community organization for community space TULSA, Okla. — Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. and Deputy Chief Bryan Warner

Cherokee Nation investing over $80M to build cell towers in rural Cherokee communities

Fieldwork within impacted communities beginning in late February TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – The Cherokee Nation is constructing 15 new cell towers in 16 rural Cherokee communities and creating a broadband Internet network

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Tulsa's Gilcrease Museum continues repatriation efforts with return of ancestral remains to tribes The Gilcrease Museum is returning ancestral remains to tribes. The museum’s board of trustees
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11th annual Artesian Arts Festival set April 13

Sulphur, Okla. – Art, music and First American culture returns to downtown Sulphur Saturday, April 13, as the Artesian Arts Festival gets underway at the Artesian Plaza. The 11th annual Artesian

Artesian Arts Festival call for First American artists

Application deadline March 18 First American artists are invited to participate in the 11th annual Artesian Arts Festival Saturday, April 13, in Sulphur, Oklahoma. Applications are now open for First

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Oklahoma's governor just signed three compacts with tribes. He has many more to go by Molly Young, The Oklahoman Top Oklahoma lawmakers say new state-tribal compacts negotiated by

Choctaw Casinos & Resorts Partners with Academy of Country Music

59th Annual ACM Awards will be held in Frisco, Texas in May   Durant, Okla. – Choctaw Casinos & Resorts is excited to join the Academy of Country Music (ACM) as its
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August issue 2023

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Public hearings on Missing, Murdered Indigenous Peoples in Tulsa on April 11

By Allison Herrera Indigenous women are three times more likely to be victims of violent crime than non-native women. The Department of the Interior and the Justice Department are leading

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