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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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Northern District Court orders oil and gas production can resume An opinion in the Hayes II case delivered a victory to the Osage Minerals Estate last month when it said

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U.S. Department of Justice Supports Mvskoke Nation in Tulsa suit DOJ files motion to intervene in lawsuit over post Hooper arrest by Jerrad Moore TVLSE, Oklv. – On November 15,

Inaugural class to graduate from OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine at the Cherokee Nation

TULSA — Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine at the Cherokee Nation will celebrate a monumental achievement on May 16 as its inaugural class of 46 medical students graduates from

Cherokee Nation Invests Up to $4M in Proposed RSU STEM Center

CLAREMORE, Okla. — The Cherokee Nation signed an agreement with Rogers State University Wednesday committing up to $4 million to support construction of the proposed Center for Science and Technology on
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Northern District Court orders oil and gas production can resume An opinion in the Hayes II case delivered a victory to the Osage Minerals Estate last month when it said

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Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt sends 'one-size-fits-all' car tag compact to tribes Oklahoma tribal nations across the state have received a letter and model compact from Gov. Kevin Stitt.

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Feds double down on tribal clean energy purchase preference with new DOE solicitation BY CHEZ OXENDINE For the second time this month, a federal agency has revived a long-dormant tribal

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U.S. Department of Justice Supports Mvskoke Nation in Tulsa suit DOJ files motion to intervene in lawsuit over post Hooper arrest by Jerrad Moore TVLSE, Oklv. – On November 15,
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Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt sends 'one-size-fits-all' car tag compact to tribes Oklahoma tribal nations across the state have received a letter and model compact from Gov. Kevin Stitt.

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Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby leads ribbon cutting for Lakecrest Casino and Hotel in Carter County Resort property minutes from Lake Murray includes 89-room hotel, casino, resort pool, conference space,

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MCN discusses progress and development at State of the Tribal Nations luncheon Tulsa Regional Chamber of Commerce holds inaugural event by Meredith Johnson TVLSE, Oklv. – The Tulsa Regional Chamber of

Cherokee Nation celebrates history, culture and live music in first-ever Watercress Fest

Event slated for April 20 from 10 a.m. – 4p.m. at the Saline Courthouse Museum ROSE, Okla. - Join Cherokee Nation for a day celebrating Cherokee culture and environmental
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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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