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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. By Katie Hallum, KOSU The letter says if tribal leaders can accommodate the governor’s concerns about tag issues, he

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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 purchasing preference to buy clean energy from tribes.  The Department of Energy has announced a solicitation for renewable energy credits,

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Choctaw Casinos & Resorts wins big at SBC Awards North America  Choctaw Nation’s Janie Dillard named Tribal Gaming Leader of the Year  DURANT, Okla. (May 13, 2024)- Choctaw Casinos & Resorts won big at the 2024 SBC Awards North America in New York Thursday night, taking home three

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Supremes to Stitt: You Lose! OK Court announced ruling in Treat v. Stitt by Meredith Johnson OKLVHOMV CITY, Oklv.- The Oklahoma Supreme Court announced their decision in Treat v. Stitt on April 2. The ruling found that the Oklahoma state legislature has the authority to make tribal compact negotiations.

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Choctaw Nation finalizes car tag compact, but larger tribal tag issues remain by Melissa Jacques & Steve Metzer OKLAHOMA CITY — Despite rising concerns about motorists with tribal tags not paying tolls on Oklahoma turnpikes, a bill addressing that issue stalled in committee on Tuesday. One of the loudest voices on

WHAT TO WATCH FOR: World of Outlaws Set for Thunderbird Debut, Trip to 81

The Greatest Show on Dirt makes its first 2024 Oklahoma and Kansas stops MUSKOGEE, OK (March 26, 2024) - Oklahoma and Kansas will welcome The Greatest Show on Dirt this weekend for two nights in the country’s heartland. First up is the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint

CPN Employee writes Oscar nominated song

By: Tina Bridenstine, Citizen Potawatomi Nation Public Information Department Scott George has worked in Citizen Potawatomi Nation’s Housing Department since 2005. Day-to-day, he works to help Tribal members as they navigate housing issues such as buying a home. This year, George also became the first Native American to be
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