• Program aims to outfit students for prom

    Program aims to outfit students for prom0

    Angel Ellis/ Reporter Right of passage inspire formal wear collection OKMULGEE, Oklahoma —According to a consumer study conducted by the University of Ohio, the average cost of attending high school prom for students in 2018 was $835. More than 25% more expensive than prom cost in 1998. “Some dresses alone can cost a few hundred

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  • MNYC February Update

    MNYC February Update0

    Claudia McHenry/MNYC Speaker OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — Hensci! Stonkon fullatskat? Claudia McHenry cv hocefket os! Hello! How are you all? My name is Claudia McHenry. In the past month of January, the Mvskoke Nation Youth Council (MNYC) was finally able to meet after a two-month hiatus; we were thankful for the time to see each other

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  • Former EIC officials set for disposition

    Former EIC officials set for disposition0

    Angel Ellis/Reporter Attorney’s discuss jury docket dates OKMULGEE, Oklahoma— Three former Eufaula Indian Community [EIC] officials were set for disposition in the MCN Tribal Courts on Jan. 28. Lydia Anglin, Twanna Susie Deere, Judd Pickering, and their attorneys were present in court. The last court filings processed were the defendant’s motion to consolidate; commonalities between

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  • Mvskoke Elder takes talent to stage

    Mvskoke Elder takes talent to stage0

    Gary Fife/Radio Communications Wotko Long, a bearer of Mvskoke culture shares his talent in new stage play Okmulgee, Oklahoma—Mvskoke cultural practitioner and actor, Wotko Long made quite a debut in 2015 in Mvskoke filmmaker Sterling Harjo’s film, “Mekko”. Long is in the process of another entertainment appearance, this time in a stage play called “Between

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  • Tax Relief

    Tax Relief0

    Darren DeLaune/Reporter Mvskoke Loan Fund, CMN partner for 2nd year offering tax preparation OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — The Muscogee (Creek) Nation Mvskoke Loan Fund began helping citizens with their taxes in 2018. MLF Chief Executive Officer Chris Coburn said they had a great turnout last year, so it was imperative they do it again. “This is

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  • Taking representation to the next level

    Taking representation to the next level0

    Jason Salsman/Multimedia Producer OSDE Social Studies standards quadruple references to tribal sovereignty. OKLAHOMA CITY — Social Studies curriculum in Oklahoma’s public schools could look a lot different than it did just six years ago. The Oklahoma State Department of Education facilitates a revision of academic subject matter standards every six years and the Oklahoma Social

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