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  • ICYMI: #CreekFest2018 Parade
    ICYMI: #CreekFest2018 Parade0
    • June 23, 2018
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  • ICYMI: #CreekFest2018 Stompdance
    ICYMI: #CreekFest2018 Stompdance0
    • June 23, 2018
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  • #CreekFest2018: Paddle Project
    #CreekFest2018: Paddle Project0
    • June 21, 2018

      Jason Salsman/Multimedia Producer OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — A paddle project is on display for a portion of the 2018 Muscogee Nation Festival in Okmulgee.

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  • Bacone to remain open
    Bacone to remain open0
    • June 21, 2018

    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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  • Annual golf tournament has change of venue
    Annual golf tournament has change of venue0
    • June 19, 2018

    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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  • Native roots of rock ‘n’ roll
    Native roots of rock ‘n’ roll0
    • June 19, 2018

    Film takes a look at Native influence on American music Kevin Barnett/Reporter OKMULGEE, Oklahoma— Have you ever pondered why Natives, as a people, rock as hard as we do? Me too. Well wonder no more. Filmmakers have finally addressed a question that has baffled western civilization since the arrival of rock ‘n’ roll music onto

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  • Celebrating second chances
    Celebrating second chances0
    • June 15, 2018

    Recovery ministry targets Native Americans Kevin Barnett/Reporter TULSA, Oklahoma — Every Friday night the Southern Hills Baptist Church gymnasium is transformed into a reception hall for over 200 people. People not attending a church service per se, some may even be professed atheists. This diverse group of people does not come for religion, they come

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  • The great commission exemplified
    The great commission exemplified0
    • June 15, 2018

    “This just shows there is a big need for God’s word all over especially in the prison community.” – Discover Bible School leader Glenda Pifer

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