• Haltom receives highest honor by Oklahoma FFA

    Haltom receives highest honor by Oklahoma FFA0

    “I think that’s what the award is about. It’s seeing the self promotion we have done to help out Native youth in those areas.”- MCN Ag Youth Program Manager Billy Haltom

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  • The Duck Creek is rising

    The Duck Creek is rising0

    Jason Salsman/Multimedia Producer Grand opening for casino expansion set for April 15     BEGGS, Oklahoma — Muscogee (Creek) Nation’s Duck Creek Casino will celebrate with a grand opening for its new expansion April 15. “The planning started about two years ago,” CDD General Manager Lorinda Driskill said, herself celebrating a career milestone of 24

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  • Bracing for attack

    Bracing for attack0

    Jason Salsman/Multimedia Producer National JOM Association holds annual conference at River Spirit     TULSA, Oklahoma — Indian education is under attack. That was the grim, albeit honest, assessment Ahniwake Rose gave when addressing the crowd gathered at the River Spirit Casino Resort for the National Johnson O’ Malley Association’s annual conference April 9-11. Rose,

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  • #TBT: From The Vault: The First Step

    #TBT: From The Vault: The First Step0

    From our vault, “The First Step,” directed by Muscogee (Creek) citizen Bob Hicks, and featuring an uncredited early appearance by Wes Studi!

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  • Cutting class

    Cutting class0

      Jessica McBride/Managing Editor Oklahoma teachers skip school to protest education funding OKLAHOMA CITY — Teachers across the state of Oklahoma walked out of their classrooms and charged the Capitol April 2 in protest of education funding and teachers’ salaries. Tens of thousands of parents, students and administrators braved the cold to join the march,

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  • Not just about a pay raise

    Not just about a pay raise0

    Teachers demand proper education funding Kevin Barnett/Reporter TULSA, Oklahoma — In the days leading up to the April 2 Oklahoma teacher walkout, it would have been easy to assume the only issue was teacher pay. Many Oklahomans did. One Tulsa morning radio show took a call from a listener who said, “They wanted a raise,

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