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Weekly Newsletter

TRIBAL MEMBER CHALLENGES OKLAHOMA TAX COMMISSION AFTER SCOTUS JURISDICTION RULING by Chinh Doan Thousands of Oklahomans argue they do not have to pay Oklahoma income tax after the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on tribal jurisdiction that applied to criminal cases. One of those pending cases is from an Okmulgee

NSU awarded National Science Foundation grant to support STEM education students

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — A national grant will help Northeastern State University recruit, train and support students interested in becoming middle and high school mathematics and science teachers in high-need schools in northeastern Oklahoma. The National Science Foundation has awarded NSU a five-year, $1.1 million grant to establish the NSU Noyce

Potawatomi Fire turns the heat up during second season

By Kent Bush After a solid first season in The Basketball League, the Potawatomi Fire continue to find significant success throughout their second season. The Fire stand atop the Central Division with a 19-3 record as of May 17. New Head Coach Mark Dannhoff and guards Deshawn Munson and Chuck

Cherokee Chief Hoskin, other tribal leaders hope to improve Indian Arts and Crafts Act

By Blake Mullen WASHINGTON — Native American artists say they continue to struggle with the theft of their work, and tribal leaders are urging Congress to strengthen the Indian Arts and Crafts Act. IACA was passed in 1990 to prohibit any advertisement and all sales of counterfeit Indian arts and crafts.

Elders share perspectives for Older Americans Month

By: Tina Bridenstine May is Older Americans Month — a time to acknowledge the contributions of older individuals in their communities. The Hownikan interviewed two Citizen Potawatomi elders about their role in the community and their advice for the younger generations. Working for peers Lyman Boursaw, now 90 years old, served

Lively Hope Farm is ready for the future

By: Mary Leaver Will Pappan, one of the third-generation owners of Lively Hope Farm in Wynona, Oklahoma, works to have a positive impact on the industry as he tends to the farm where he grew up and made childhood memories. “I started this for my kids. I wanted to build

Oklahoma Freedom Complete Protected Roster by Selecting Young Gun Brady Turgeon in the 2023 PBR Team Series Draft

Freedom fill practice squad by inking Elizmar Souza Jeremias, Jacob O’Mara, Roscoe Jarboe, Alex Cerqueira and Coy Pollmeier in the accompanying Practice Squad Draft FORT WORTH, Texas – During the 2023 PBR (Professional Bull Riders) Team Series Draft, the Oklahoma Freedom completed their protected roster, inking young gun Brady Turgeon
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