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    Kevin Barnett/Reporter OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — Over 20 years ago, Muscogee (Creek) citizen Danny Beaver was introduced to Powwow by his Lakota uncle, Jeff Wood. “He didn’t have any kids to pass it on to and so he was teaching me more traditional ways,” Beaver said. It was this introduction to traditional Lakota dance that eventually

  • Principal Chief Floyd announces decision to not seek re-election

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  • Floyd declares state of emergency

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  • Silent, but deadly

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  • Theft in the world of Indian Art

    Theft in the world of Indian Art0

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