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  • OKC Thunder releases ‘City Edition’ jersey

    OKC Thunder releases ‘City Edition’ jersey

    Liz Gray/Reporter Limited edition jersey celebrates state’s Native heritage OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — The Oklahoma City Thunder revealed the second ‘City Edition’ uniform designed in partnership with Nike. The turquoise uniform is heavily inspired by the Native American heritage in Oklahoma. The Thunder will debut the uniform against the New York Knicks at the Chesapeake Energy

  • Cartoonist draws comic from experience

    Cartoonist draws comic from experience

    “Our non-Native teachers always thought we were talking about them. I mean we were but that’s beside the point.” – Santa Domingo citizen and Cartoonist Ricardo Caté

  • Badges, BBQ, laughs and competition

    Badges, BBQ, laughs and competition

    Darren DeLaune/Reporter Friendly competition held with proceeds towards Tulsa Crime Stoppers JENKS, Oklahoma — Rain and cold weather could not keep law enforcement agencies and fire departments from Richard L. Jones Jr. Airport in Jenks Oct. 25 for the eighth annual Badges ‘N BBQ contest sponsored by Tulsa Crime Stoppers. BNB brings together these agencies

  • Tulsa PAC to feature ‘Sovereignty’

    Tulsa PAC to feature ‘Sovereignty’

    Darren DeLaune/Reporter Play tells of fight against Removal and its effects TULSA, Oklahoma — Oklahoma playwright and lawyer, Mary Kathryn Nagle, brings both personal and political aspects to her upcoming play, ‘Sovereignty.’ This word is the central focus of the production directed by Carolyn Dunn (Muscogee (Creek), Cherokee, Seminole, Choctaw Freedmen, Tunica Choctaw Biloxi, Cree,

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  • Open house

    Open house0

    • November 15, 2018

    Kevin Barnett/Reporter Council House opens to the public OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — After months of planning and preparation, the Creek Nation Council House, located in downtown Okmulgee will open to the public on Nov. 17. The Nation’s Cultural Center and Archives Department issued an open invitation to all wishing to attend the event. According to the

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  • Ocmulgee historical site awaits expansion, national park status

    Ocmulgee historical site awaits expansion, national park status0

    • November 5, 2018

    Bill awaits U.S. Senate approval Darren DeLaune/Reporter MACON, Georgia — The Ocmulgee National Monument in Macon, Georgia contains earthen mounds constructed as part of the Mvskoke people’s original home and legislation to expand the site by around 2,000 acres, and make it Georgia’s first national park is now being considered. “It’s the only site in

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  • ‘Native America’ premieres on PBS

    ‘Native America’ premieres on PBS0

    • October 26, 2018

    Liz Gray/Reporter Documentary studies ancestors as the first scientists OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — DNA testing has spiked in the news with Elizabeth Warren, her claim of Native American heritage and the subsequent outcry of tribal nations. In an almost ironic twist, the new documentary ‘Native America’ supports DNA evidence proving every single Native American descends from

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  • Thunder Youth Basketball coming to Mvskoke Dome

    Thunder Youth Basketball coming to Mvskoke Dome

    • November 7, 2018

    *We were given an update on the camp, which will be Nov. 21. We apologize for the confusion. Camp aimed at providing inspiration to community Darren DeLaune/Reporter OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — The Oklahoma City Thunder recently made news about honoring the Native American heritage with their ‘City Edition’ jersey. Now they are taking another step with

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  • New season, reinvention for Lady Vikings

    New season, reinvention for Lady Vikings

    • October 17, 2018

    Team welcomes challenge Darren DeLaune/Reporter SASAKWA, Oklahoma — For the 2017-2018 basketball season, the Sasakwa Lady Vikings ended their season with a trip to the second round in the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association State Basketball Tournament. This year, Muscogee (Creek) citizen and head coach Rikki Wolfe said her team has a goal of returning

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  • Fighting for hope

    Fighting for hope

    • September 19, 2018

    I don’t see a rundown church… I don’t see it. I see potential” – Coach John Wolfe

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