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Cherokee Nation Shows Support for Sara Hill at Senate Nomination Hearing for Federal Judgeship

WASHINGTON – A small delegation from the Cherokee Nation attended the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary Wednesday that included Sara Hill’s nomination hearing.  “The Cherokee Nation is pleased to see two respected nominees, John Russell and Sara Hill, under consideration for federal judgeships in the Northern District of

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Stitt's sports betting plan takes many tribal officials, Oklahoma lawmakers by surprise By Carmen Forman of Oklahoma Voice Tribal officials and state lawmakers say they weren’t consulted on Gov. Kevin Stitt’s new plan to implement sports betting. While Stitt was in Israel, his office unveiled an unexpected plan

Cherokee Nation, Department of Veteran Affairs celebrate historic agreement for veteran care in Vinita

VINITA, Okla. — The Cherokee Nation and Eastern Oklahoma VA Health Care System on Thursday celebrated a historic agreement that will provide a VA clinic inside the tribe’s Vinita Health Center for area veterans. The tribe is providing around 1,300 square feet of leased space for the VA clinic,

Chickasaw Nation Marks Hotel Topping Off at OKANA Resort & Indoor Waterpark

Officials provide update on construction progress on resort set to open in 2025 OKLAHOMA CITY – Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby joined other tribal leaders and Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt today in providing an update on construction during the hotel topping off event at the site of the OKANA Resort

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Lawmakers reject gaming compacts for two Oklahoma tribal nations By Janelle Stecklein, Oklahoma Voice Saying there were “significant fatal flaws,” Oklahoma lawmakers on Wednesday unanimously rejected a pair of compacts that would have allowed two tribes to offer gaming outside of their traditional boundaries. Leaders with the United Keetoowah Band

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Oklahoma tribes, IHS, state and area communities work together on American Rescue Plan water projects Unified effort of agencies totals more than $200 million in water infrastructure improvements TULSA, Okla. – Oklahoma tribes, the state of Oklahoma, Indian Health Service (IHS) and communities are working together utilizing American Rescue Plan (ARPA)

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Osages unite for screenings of ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ across the country Special Showings, charity events, and Osage organizations foster sense of togetherness Written by Shannon Shaw Duty We asked and you answered. On Oct. 11, Osage News asked its readers whether there would be any special screenings of
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