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  • Theatre opens at River Spirit

    Theatre opens at River Spirit

    “Paradise Cove is going to be a hit, it’s going to be a big hit. It’s going to continually bring big stars to River Spirit and Margaritaville and I know it’s going to be something that all of us from Tulsa and northeast Oklahoma are going to be proud of.” — Tulsa Regional Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Michael S. Neal

  • Citizen to make kickboxing debut

    Citizen to make kickboxing debut

    “It is the Lord that is going to get me through this. When it is all said and done I will give him all the glory and praise, to my Heavenly Father.” – Muscogee (Creek) citizen Samantha Lackey

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Culture

  • Officials provide Council House restoration update

    Officials provide Council House restoration update1

    • January 5, 2017

    “We really want to honor the dignity of the Muscogee people through telling this story of what happened in the Council House and in the lands and the people the Council House governed.” — MCN Cultural Center Interim Director Veronica Pipestem

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  • Storyteller hopes to preserve culture through feature

    Storyteller hopes to preserve culture through feature0

    • January 4, 2017

    “It was great being able to talk to all sorts of people from other tribes and hear their stories. I loved hearing the different names and the different languages.” – T.D. Hill

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  • Retiree reflects on time at tribe, looks ahead

    Retiree reflects on time at tribe, looks ahead0

    • December 19, 2016

    Darren DeLaune/Reporter Yargee feels it is time for something new OKMULGEE, Okla. — Bobby Yargee started as a maintenance worker for the Muscogee (Creek) Nation National Council 12 years ago and bid farewell Dec. 16 to the position. Yargee said he would love to stay at the tribe but chose to retire due to health

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Sports

  • Citizen to make kickboxing debut

    Citizen to make kickboxing debut

    • January 9, 2017

    “It is the Lord that is going to get me through this. When it is all said and done I will give him all the glory and praise, to my Heavenly Father.” – Muscogee (Creek) citizen Samantha Lackey

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  • Citizen signs to be a Trojan

    Citizen signs to be a Trojan

    • January 4, 2017

    Taylor to play golf at Seminole State Darren DeLaune/Reporter OKMULGEE, Okla. — When growing up playing a sport, some children hope to take it to the next level after high school. One Muscogee (Creek) citizen will turn that into a reality. John Taylor, who goes by the name of Zack, signed a letter of intent

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  • Citizen helps children see success through wrestling

    Citizen helps children see success through wrestling

    • December 14, 2016

    “Our children have a better respect for everyone and that does get instilled into our team. We want our children to show respect to everyone while wrestling and when they aren’t wrestling.” – MOJO Head Wrestling Coach Jeremy Tecumseh

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  • Mvskoke Radio 12/21/2016

    Mvskoke Radio 12/21/2016

    • January 5, 2017

    Aired 12/21/2016. Christmas Special: Interviews with Muscogee elders about their Christmas as a child; and, letters to Santa

  • Mvskoke Radio 11/23/2016

    Mvskoke Radio 11/23/2016

    • January 5, 2017

      Aired 11/23/2016. Darren Delaune speaks with organizers about the recent Men’s Summit; Gary Fife interviews staff about the MCN Recycling event; and we share a discussion about the recent Indigenous Doctrine workshop.

  • Mvskoke Radio 9/11/2016

    Mvskoke Radio 9/11/2016

    • January 5, 2017

    Aired 11/9/2016. Darren DeLaune interviews author Terrill Hill about his book on Native mythology; and, speaks with Rev. Nigeal Bigpond on forgiveness for America.

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