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  • ‘Big Brother’ searches Indian Country

    ‘Big Brother’ searches Indian Country

    “I tried out years ago and didn’t get my chance… I’ve been a big brother fan for years and I just want a chance to be on the show.” – Local artist Natasha Reid

  • Finishing the race

    Finishing the race

    Liz Gray/Reporter Coon commits to Dodge City Community College SAPULPA, Oklahoma — “Just finishing the race,” Muscogee (Creek) citizen Jerika Coon said as she explained what is on her mind as she runs the 5K for Sapulpa High School. The SHS senior signed her letter of intent to compete in both cross country and track

  • From TB to NY

    From TB to NY

    “I just loved music all the time.” –Timothy Long

  • Tribal identity in the growing trend of ancestry

    Tribal identity in the growing trend of ancestry

    Liz Gray/Reporter Native genealogist discusses scientific advances OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — Spitting in a tube and sending it off to discover what region of the world your ancestors came from can feel like self-discovery. The fascination regarding genealogy has become popular over the years with the introduction of at-home DNA genetic testing and websites like www.ancestry.com

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  • Glenpool excels in 2018 Challenge Bowl

    Glenpool excels in 2018 Challenge Bowl0

    • February 20, 2018

    Liz Gray/Reporter Competition tests Mvskoke knowledge OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — The Muscogee (Creek) Nation Challenge Bowl was held the first three weeks in February at the College of the Muscogee Nation in Okmulgee. The Challenge Bowl is an annual competition testing students’ knowledge about MCN history, culture and language. The event has three different divisions: high

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  • Carlisle Indian School archivists to visit Okmulgee

    Carlisle Indian School archivists to visit Okmulgee1

    • February 16, 2018

    Jessica McBride/Managing Editor Project to connect people with records, historical information CARLISLE, Pennsylvania — Through a grant received from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission Program, Dickinson College is visiting communities who had children sent to Carlisle Indian School. The grant is helping an archive team digitize records from the school. “Our purpose is

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  • Tribal identity in the growing trend of ancestry

    Tribal identity in the growing trend of ancestry0

    • February 14, 2018

    Liz Gray/Reporter Native genealogist discusses scientific advances OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — Spitting in a tube and sending it off to discover what region of the world your ancestors came from can feel like self-discovery. The fascination regarding genealogy has become popular over the years with the introduction of at-home DNA genetic testing and websites like www.ancestry.com

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Sports

  • Citizen competes in Las Vegas

    Citizen competes in Las Vegas

    • January 9, 2018

    *Editor’s Note: The information in the story is attributed to the interview obtained by Mvskoke Media from Levi Jackson.   Jackson places third at INFR Darren DeLaune/Reporter OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — What began as watching his older cousin in a rodeo, turned into something that Muscogee (Creek) citizen Levi Jackson loves to cherish. “My cousin had

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  • Big future awaits elite baseball recruit

    Big future awaits elite baseball recruit

    • December 20, 2017

    “…I told my Dad it was either the (Major League Baseball) draft or Texas A&M.” –Brandon Birdsell

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  • Citizen makes mark on powerlifting competition

    Citizen makes mark on powerlifting competition

    • December 13, 2017

    “There’s a lot of strong people and I hope to be up there with them.” – Muscogee (Creek) citizen Dakota Baldwin

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  • ‘Big Brother’ searches Indian Country
    ‘Big Brother’ searches Indian Country

    “I tried out years ago and didn’t get my chance… I’ve been a big brother fan for years and I just want a chance to be on the show.” – Local artist Natasha Reid

  • Finishing the race
    Finishing the race

    Liz Gray/Reporter Coon commits to Dodge City Community College SAPULPA, Oklahoma — “Just finishing the race,” Muscogee (Creek) citizen Jerika Coon said as she explained what is on her mind as she runs the 5K for Sapulpa High School. The SHS senior signed her letter of intent to compete in both cross country and track

  • Portions of tribal master site plan released
    Portions of tribal master site plan released

    Jessica McBride/Managing Editor Report proposes idea for former Okmulgee Country Club OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — The Muscogee (Creek) Nation released portions of the master plan created for the Nation and its properties. The report outlines potential plans for existing buildings, replacing aging buildings and preparing for future development. “We have assets and resources, natural resources in

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