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ICYMI: Final Arkansas gaming license awarded to CNE BY D. SEAN ROWLEY  LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Years ago, before there was a COVID-19 pandemic, Cherokee Nation Entertainment applied for one of the four gaming licenses approved by the Arkansas electorate in 2018. It seemed the CNE lost its bid, then won

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Oklahoma's Bacone College filing for bankruptcy, president vows to keep fighting Bacone College in Muskogee is filing for bankruptcy. By Katie Hallum “Indian University,” now known as “Bacone College” was Oklahoma’s first higher education institution and America’s first Native college. It opened its doors in 1881

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ICYMI: Groundbreaking begins for new Eufaula casino EUFAULA, Oklv. – Key figures from both Muscogee (Creek) Nation and its subsidiary, Muscogee Nation Gaming Enterprises took part in a groundbreaking ceremony in Eufaula to celebrate the construction of a new 78,000 square-foot hotel and casino. The casino, known as the Lake

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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 that halting oil and gas production wasn’t the right option despite the U.S. government violating a previous environmental

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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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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, 2023, the Muscogee (Creek) Nation filed suit against the city of Tulsa for continuing to assert criminal jurisdiction over Native
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