• Large’s spotlight in fastpitch softball

    Large’s spotlight in fastpitch softball1

    Large earned postseason honors in softball By: Lani Hansen, Reporter OKMULGEE, Oklahoma– Muscogee (Creek) Nation citizen Kennedy Large shines during her junior year at Byng High School. Large is the daughter of Chad and Ashley Large, granddaughter of Suzanne Chaney, great-granddaughter of Jack Chaney and great-great-granddaughter of the late Dora Colbert Chaney. She earned a

  • Changes for Burial Assistance proposed

    Changes for Burial Assistance proposed0

    Burial assistance legislation aiming to increase funding stalls By Angel Ellis/Reporter OKMULGEE, Oklahoma– Muscogee (Creek) Nation Council Representative Mark Randolph’s Burial Assistance bill NCA 19-106 passed through full council on Oct. 26. The legislation has been a debated in committee and in follow up sessions, was postponed at one point but has finally been adopted

  • Native Americans save Native Pollinators

    Native Americans save Native Pollinators0

    Citizen continues sustainable efforts T.C. Buck/Reporter BIXBY, Oklahoma- Jane Breckinridge of the Euchee Butterfly Farm hosted the Tribal Alliance for Pollinators at the Learning Center at Euchee Butterfly Farm on Oct. 23. Breckinridge spoke on the benefits and importance of sustainable practices often crucial to the longevity of wildlife found in the region. After five

  • Former Chief pleads guilty

    Former Chief pleads guilty0

    George Tiger appeared in court to enter a guilty plea

  • Lighthorse Chief Speaks on Human Trafficking

    Lighthorse Chief Speaks on Human Trafficking0

    Human trafficking is a crime against humanity. By Joshua Slane/Contributor OKMULGEE, Oklahoma–Lighthorse Police Chief Hawkins sat down to talk about human trafficking and the trainings and efforts that the Lighthorse have taken on to help combat the ever-growing issue. Human trafficking is defined as “The action or practice of illegally transporting people from one country

  • Hope conference set for August 21-22

    Hope conference set for August 21-221

    Conference to focus on suicide awareness By Angel Ellis/Reporter TULSA, Oklahoma–The 3rdAnnual Hope Conference hosted by MCN Behavioral Health Prevention Program is slated to take place Aug. 20-Aug. 22 at the River Spirit Casino Resort.  The conference includes plenary and breakout session for both professionals and community members. “Suicide is the most preventable,” MCN Prevention


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