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  • MCN royalty discuss goals, challenges

    MCN royalty discuss goals, challenges

      Liz Gray/Reporter Miss, Jr. Miss MCN reflect on connection with culture OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — The silver crowns that the 2017-2018 Muscogee (Creek) Nation royalty display upon their head has been passed down since the late 1980s. The scalloped shape flows with Mvskoke designs etched along the edges leading into opalescent pearls on each side.

  • Husband, wife protect, serve Nation

    Husband, wife protect, serve Nation

    “She is an independent person and I tell her to go for it. I will be there to support her.” – LTPD Corporal Simeon Lee Jr.

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Culture

  • Helpline seeks to help Native Americans nationally

    Helpline seeks to help Native Americans nationally0

    • August 16, 2017

    Organization will not turn away call, pursues resources for victims Darren DeLaune/Reporter OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — According to the National Institute of Justice Research Report in 2016, ‘more than four in five Native Americans have experienced violence in their lifetime.’ Also, ‘more than one in two women and one in three men have experienced physical violence

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  • Amendment to Tribal Construction engineer title approved during LNC

    Amendment to Tribal Construction engineer title approved during LNC0

    • August 14, 2017

    Appropriations approved to churches for lawn mowers, repeal of bills Darren DeLaune/Reporter OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — A Muscogee (Creek) Nation National Council Land, Natural Resources and Cultural Preservation Committee meeting was held Aug. 8 at the Mound Building in Okmulgee. LNC addressed the following legislation, the interpretation of which is attributed to language in the bills: TR

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  • Mound exterior completed, interior design on hold

    Mound exterior completed, interior design on hold0

    • August 11, 2017

    “They will put together a plan and until that plan is solid, then we really don’t have an end date for the completion of the interior.” — MCN Tribal Construction Assistant Director Thomas Harjo

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Sports

  • Citizen succeeds as player, wants success as coach

    Citizen succeeds as player, wants success as coach

    • July 28, 2017

    “I have the most rewarding job that I think is out there. It is a lot, but these kids are worth it.” – Muscogee (Creek) citizen and head coach Desiree Booker

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  • Citizen remembers playing, now spectates

    Citizen remembers playing, now spectates

    • June 29, 2017

    “It is a generational thing. My family, like a lot of families here, come together through sports.” – Muscogee (Creek) citizen Shirley (Lena) McBride

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  • Xtreme Fight Night displays upsets, returns

    Xtreme Fight Night displays upsets, returns

    • June 24, 2017

    Promoter feels state offers best fighters in country Darren DeLaune/Reporter TULSA, Okla. — “I expect a good, clean fight. Touch gloves, go to your corner and be warriors.” Xtreme Fight Night referee Kevin Nix said to the fighters in the main event for the evening. It was a night of superfights, upsets and the return

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  • MCN royalty discuss goals, challenges
    MCN royalty discuss goals, challenges

      Liz Gray/Reporter Miss, Jr. Miss MCN reflect on connection with culture OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — The silver crowns that the 2017-2018 Muscogee (Creek) Nation royalty display upon their head has been passed down since the late 1980s. The scalloped shape flows with Mvskoke designs etched along the edges leading into opalescent pearls on each side.

  • The Shelter People: A modern take on music of the past
    The Shelter People: A modern take on music of the past

      Deviney Luchsinger/Multimedia Specialist Citizen plays bass in 1970s style band TULSA, Oklahoma — You do not even notice The Warehouse driving by, or hardly walking up to the door. The only give away is the sound of the crowd cheering as the band takes the stage. Walking into the smoke-filled venue was like stepping

  • Hughes discusses process for employees running for office
    Hughes discusses process for employees running for office

    “If they have a desire or an interest to be involved in the Council level, then they certainly have that opportunity and they shouldn’t be discouraged from that.” — MCN Human Resources Manager Dr. Dean Hughes

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