• Theft in the world of Indian Art

    Theft in the world of Indian Art0

    Liz Gray/Reporter IACB program specialist discusses fraudulent arts and crafts OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — This year the largest Native American art fraud case, which has accused multiple businesses manufacturing imported or falsely distributed Native American style jewelry as genuine has made an appearance in the court system. Two businesses and five men are being charged with

  • CMN graduation moves from Mvskoke Dome back to campus

    CMN graduation moves from Mvskoke Dome back to campus1

    Liz Gray/Reporter Ceremony to be held at Student Success Center OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — The College of the Muscogee Nation graduation ceremony is coming back to campus. After holding the ceremony at the Mvskoke Dome the past few years, the event will be held at the CMN Student Success Center in April. Though students are excited

  • Date set for Pollinators’ spring workshop

    Date set for Pollinators’ spring workshop0

    Angel Ellis/Reporter Seed stratification topic of Winter session OKMULGEE — Green thumbs of all skill levels are encouraged to save the date and register soon for the Tribal Alliance for Pollinators Spring workshop. Participants will need to mark their calendars for April 10-12. The winter session boasted 40 participants according to Jane Breckinridge who operates

  • A dish best seasoned by fellowship

    A dish best seasoned by fellowship0

    Angel Ellis/Reporter Wild onion dinner season in full swing HOLDENVILLE, Oklahoma — Wild onion dinners have a long-standing tradition of bringing folks together for fellowship and food. The season has kicked off in full swing, with people attending the Salt Creek Wild Onion Dinner on March 2.  The fundraising event drew people by the hundreds

  • Former Kellyville Indian Community treasurer ordered to repay funds

    Former Kellyville Indian Community treasurer ordered to repay funds0

    Angel Ellis/Reporter Buchanan sentenced in federal courts for embezzlement TULSA, Oklahoma — Linda K. Buchanan appeared before U.S. Chief Judge Gregory Frizzell of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma on Feb. 27 for sentencing. Buchanan was sentenced to five years probation, six months of in-home detention, $100.00 special monetary assessment and

  • Making a (haunted) house a home

    Making a (haunted) house a home1

    Liz Gray/Reporter A humorous story about trying to ‘Native’ the right way OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — This is a story about trying to make sure my house remains un-haunted. Toward the end of the year, I decided to move after being sick of apartment life, and I’m sorry Okmulgee, but your rent houses aren’t exactly ideal.


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