• Bacone to remain open

    Bacone to remain open0

    Several sport programs to be cut Darren DeLaune/Reporter MUSKOGEE, Oklahoma — A press conference was held at Bacone College June 15, in Muskogee. Bacone Board of Trustees Chairman Kenneth Adams said the institution will remain open but it will have reduced staff and faculty. “That was the major part of the announcement,” he said. Bacone

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  • Marsy’s Law to appear on state ballot in November

    Marsy’s Law to appear on state ballot in November0

    Liz Gray/Reporter Crime victims’ rights to be amended if passed OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — Oklahoma State Question 794 will appear on the Nov. 6 ballot. The question is the state’s version of Marsy’s Law, a victims’ rights bill with origins in California. Marsey’s Law is named after Marsalee (Marsy) Nicholas, a University of California- Santa Barbara

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  • Preserving children’s smiles: health department dentist shares tips

    Preserving children’s smiles: health department dentist shares tips0

    Sterling Cosper/Manager Proper developmental steps, preventative care discussed OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — When should you not give your child a bottle? When is the right time to wean them off of bottles and pacifiers? “It can even be just having milk in the bottle and putting the baby to bed with the bottle or at nap

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  • Annual golf tournament has change of venue

    Annual golf tournament has change of venue0

    Renovation has tournament seek new location Darren DeLaune/Reporter MUSKOGEE, Oklahoma — The annual Muscogee (Creek) Nation Creek Festival Golf Tournament had a change of venue this year. Due to the renovation at MCN Fountainhead Golf Course in Checotah, the contest was changed to the Muskogee Country Club. General Manager and Head Golf Professional for MCC

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  • Oklahoma Native artists among finalists for veterans memorial

    Oklahoma Native artists among finalists for veterans memorial0

    Jason Salsman/Multimedia Producer Winning design to be used at NMAI WASHINGTON — All that is left to do now is crown a winner. The final five designs for the Native American Veterans Memorial were all presented by their respective artists to a blue ribbon jury June 14 at the Rasmuson Theater on the first floor

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  • Understanding pain: TU study results take a turn

    Understanding pain: TU study results take a turn0

    Sterling Cosper/Manager Initial findings reversed as research continues OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — Mvskoke Media has followed a study about Native American pain risk by the University of Tulsa Psychophysiology Laboratory of Affective Neuroscience for over three years. Reporter Darren DeLaune even participated in the research two years ago, which looked at why the rates of chronic

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