• MNYC July Update

    MNYC July Update0

    Darrell Proctor II/MNYC Speaker OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — Hensci! This month has been busy for the Mvskoke Nation Youth Council (MNYC). We held our monthly meeting on June 9 followed by the Mvskoke Youth Awards, which honors both young people and adults. There were two awards categories: Mvnettvlke Onaya (Youth Visionary) and Vculvlke Mvnettvlke Emvnicv (Old

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  • Emvpanayv: One who tells the story

    Emvpanayv: One who tells the story0

    Gary Fife/Radio Communications Specialist Worries and challenges, play-by-play at the Festival OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — Emvpanayv: A Reporter’s Notebook: 2018 Muscogee Nation Festival. This is a running journal of a crazy Friday, trying something new and much longer to a radio audience of thousands and a bunch of disinterested people at the Festival. It’s Friday morning

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  • Emvpanayv: One who tells the story

    Emvpanayv: One who tells the story0

    Gary Fife/Radio Specialist Artifacts returned, names change, water is on OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — There is more news regarding the return of tribal artifacts taken from tribes during the early colonial period of this country. This time, it’s the Brits at the British Museum sending home an ancient collection of items to the Confederated Tribes of

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  • DeLaune’s Corner: My sister is my keeper

    DeLaune’s Corner: My sister is my keeper0

    ‘I do know one thing about my sister, no matter where she is, or how long she is out of uniform or rank, she will always be a protector. Not just of me, not just her family, but this country.’

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  • MNYC June Update

    MNYC June Update0

    Darrell Proctor II/MNYC Speaker OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — Hensci! It has been a busy month for the Mvskoke Nation Youth Council (MNYC). The Muscogee (Creek) Nation Scholarship Pageant was held on May 20 at Paradise Cove at River Spirit Casino Resort. Congratulations to all the contestants and to our new Miss Muscogee (Creek) Nation Nina Fox

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  • A review of ‘Fire Song’

    A review of ‘Fire Song’0

    Liz Gray/Reporter An average ‘rez’ life struggle story with a twist OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — Teen suicide, homosexuality and reservation life. These are the hot points to connect with Native youth today that the book ‘Fire Song’ by Adam Garnet Jones hits. These major points are brought forth from the beginning starting with a memorial service.

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