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

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Tornadoes touchdown on the Mvskoke reservation MCN responds with disaster relief in Holdenville and Morris by Braden Harper MVSKOKE RESERVATION, Oklv. – The weekend of April 27-28 saw intense severe weather storms that left at least four dead and dozens injured in the state of Oklahoma. Among those killed included a

Sky-Eagle Ranchwear Launches to Redefine the Native & Western Fashion Landscape

Taos, NM, March 2024 - Sky-Eagle Fashion House proudly announces the launch of its highly anticipated label, Sky-Eagle Ranchwear. With a dedication to innovation, sustainability, and inclusivity, Sky-Eagle Ranchwear aims to redefine the landscape of Native & western fashion. After years of meticulous planning and creative development, Sky-Eagle Ranchwear is

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AICCO to measure impact of Native businesses and tribes in Oklahoma Written By: Rachael Schuit | VNN Oklahoma (OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.) The influence of Indian Country businesses on the State of Oklahoma’s economy cannot be understated, according to tribal leaders like Muscogee Creek Nation (MCN) Principal Chief David Hill. Each

CALL FOR ART: 53rd annual Trail of Tears Art Show accepting submissions through Feb. 23

Intertribal competition hosted April 6-May 11 TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — The longest-running Native American art show and competition in Oklahoma is seeking artwork for its upcoming spring event. The 53rd annual Trail of Tears Art Show is presented April 6-May 11 in the gallery at Cherokee Springs Plaza and online at www.

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Tribes keep opting out of Oklahoma governor's reservation task force, calling it flawed by Molly Young, The Oklahoman The boycott of Gov. Kevin Stitt’s new task force to fix “broken” criminal justice systems on tribal reservations expanded Monday after two more prominent tribal leaders announced they wanted

Cherokee Nation, Wilma Mankiller family celebrate Wilma Mankiller Barbie

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — The Cherokee Nation and family and friends of the late Wilma Mankiller gathered Tuesday to celebrate the Wilma Mankiller Barbie, part of Barbie’s “Inspiring Women” series, in the capital of the Cherokee Nation.  The celebration was a tribute to the legacy of Wilma Mankiller and her impact
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