*UPDATE: This story was updated at 8:58 a.m. Aug. 11 to add a statement from KTT and clarify the identity of Jeremiah Hobia. Jessica McBride/Managing Editor Parcel ineligible for gaming, located in MCN jurisdiction OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — The National Indian Gaming Commission issued a letter to Kialegee Tribal Town King Jeremiah Hobia stating the
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Honey Caranzo/Reporter Land purchase for veterans, citizens cemetery passes OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — A quarterly session of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation National Council was held July 29 at the Mound Building in Okmulgee. Council addressed the following legislation, which was addressed as follows: TR 17-085 Authorizing the adoption of policies and procedures for MCN Contracting and
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“Based upon our meeting . . . (MCN) tribal representatives and leadership seemed very, very committed to not having gaming in this particular tract.” — Broken Arrow City Attorney Beth Anne Childs