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Weekly Newsletter

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, RV Park and more ARDMORE, Okla. – Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby led ribbon cutting ceremonies May 7 for Lakecrest Casino

Weekly Newsletter

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 Commerce held their inaugural State of the Tribal Nations’ event at the Tulsa Renaissance Center on Thursday, April 18. The

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 awareness at the first-ever Watercress Fest on Saturday, April 20. The family-friendly event is open to the public from 10

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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

72nd annual Cherokee National Holiday returns on Labor Day weekend

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — The Cherokee Nation will celebrate its 72nd annual Cherokee National Holiday over Labor Day weekend, including an inter-tribal powwow, parade, and other longtime cultural favorites. Traditionally, the Cherokee National Holiday draws more than 100,000 visitors from across the country. Holiday activities will be held Aug. 30 – Sept.

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Treat, McCall top Stitt in tribal compacting case at Oklahoma Supreme Court The Oklahoma Supreme Court says the state legislature has authority to override the governor’s vetoes on tribal compacts. By Graycen Wheeler, Robby Korth Last year, the legislature passed bills to extend existing compact agreements with multiple tribal

Two-Spirit Art Exhibit Opening at 101 Archer This Friday

TULSA, OKLAHOMA – A new exhibit that explores Indigenous identities is coming to the University of Tulsa’s 101 Archer, thanks to a partnership between Twisted Arts and the Oklahoma Center for the Humanities. “Harmony of Duality: A Two-Spirit Journey” celebrates and honors the rich diversity of gender, sexuality, and cultural
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