Politics

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Muscogee Nation Principal Chief will lead for four more years Principal Chief David Hill and Second Chief Del Beaver received more than 50% of the vote in this month's primary. A second term will mean both will secure their legacy as leaders who implemented policy in the wake of the

LOCAL OKLAHOMA COMPANIES PARTNER WITH KIOWA TRIBE ON ORPHANED WELL PROJECTS

Kiowa Tribe leads efforts to enhance lands through orphaned well project OKLAHOMA CITY — Two local Oklahoma City companies, Reagan Smith, Red Dirt Energy, have partnered with Kiowa Construction to provide services related to orphaned wells on Tribal lands in the state. This four-million-dollar project is set to provide essential services

PAWNEE NATION AND CANOO PARTNER FOR CLEAN TECHNOLOGY JOBS AND GROWTH

Under the Historic Agreement, Pawnee Tribal Officials and Canoo Will Work Together to Deploy Zero-Emission Vehicles and Promote Employment, Entrepreneurial Opportunities Pawnee Nation Reservation – Canoo Technologies (NASDAQ: GOEV) announced today that it has established an agreement with the Pawnee Nation, based in Pawnee, Oklahoma, to identify and nurture emerging business

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Oklahoma’s new Native affairs liaison says he’ll repair relations. Critics doubt it by Molly Young, The Oklahoman When lawmakers disbanded Oklahoma’s longtime Indian Affairs Commission in 2011, they said they wanted to create something better. They envisioned a liaison who would advise the governor, consult with tribes

INDIGENOUS ACTIVISTS VISUALLY OCCUPY TIMES SQUARE DURING UN SUMMIT

“No Green Colonialism: Land Back NOW!” Mural Demands Real Solutions NEW YORK CITY -- TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2023 -- On the morning of Tuesday, September 19th, Indigenous peoples on the frontlines of the climate crisis on Turtle Island took over Times Square in New York to paint a giant mural

Building Strong Foundations for Tribal Youth through Stable Housing

By Nora Sovo There is a pressing need to address the issues that surround housing stability, particularly among tribal youth in Oklahoma. From 2020 to 2022 Oklahoma experienced a 29 percent surge in youth homelessness, leaving approximately 120,000 without a stable home. Within Comanche Nation Housing Authority (CNHA), 57%

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Oklahoma governor's call for special session on tax fairness raises criticism, crickets by Molly Young and William C. Wertz The Oklahoman Oklahoma legislative leaders were largely quiet Tuesday in reaction to Gov. Kevin Stitt’s surprise call for a special session to consider slashing taxes. The session appears to be
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