• Emvpanayv: ‘One who tells the story’

    Emvpanayv: ‘One who tells the story’

    • September 19, 2018

    Gary Fife/Radio Specialist Missing, deceased women; A Justice, Murphy; college symbols; ‘fat Natives;’ new ‘news?’  OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — During the last couple of months, there has been more than usual national attention on the on-going epidemic of missing Native women and girls, and many eventual homicides. Just about two weeks ago (from now) a little

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  • Emvpanyv: One who tells the story

    Emvpanyv: One who tells the story

    • August 31, 2018

    Gary Fife/Radio Specialist DAPL protest children’s book, Native activist thief, Native candidates, Redbone  OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — If you’re wondering what this column is doing in this part of the month, instead of at the beginning, Mvskoke Media is a bit short-staffed and in need of material to put in this edition of the paper. Sound

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  • A review of ‘The Night Wanderer’

    A review of ‘The Night Wanderer’

    • August 24, 2018

    Liz Gray/Reporter Young adult gothic graphic novel from an Indigenous perspective OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — The story begins with Pierre L’Errant, an Anishinaabe man coming to terms with his need to return to his homelands after living hundreds of years in Europe as a vampire. Pierre comes to Otter Lake and takes residence with Tiffany’s family.

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  • Emvpanayv: One who tells the story

    Emvpanayv: One who tells the story

    • August 21, 2018

    Gary Fife/Radio Communications Specialist Pueblos kick out Spanish again, how do you like it, gaming and luck OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — Ready for some uplifting news? The end of July brought an end of an event that had been a painful memory for the peoples of the Pueblos of New Mexico. Major newspapers and a TV

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  • MNYC August Update

    MNYC August Update

    • August 6, 2018

    Darrell Proctor II/MNYC Speaker OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — Hensci! This month has been busy for the Mvskoke Nation Youth Council (MNYC). The month of July started out with the National UNITY conference. The conference was held in San Diego, California from July 5-9. MNYC had 17 members who attended the conference. While there, the members were

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  • Manager Musings: midyear has come and gone

    Manager Musings: midyear has come and gone

    • July 24, 2018

    Sterling Cosper/Manager Tribal free press outreach, Summer Youth, our business and governance OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — Everybody ‘managing’ out there in the heat? I’m sure trying to, and things will remain hot literally and figuratively as we move farther from Festival season and into all the usual and plentiful fall events later this year. By the

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  • Emvpanayv: One who tells the story

    Emvpanayv: One who tells the story

    • July 24, 2018

    Gary Fife/Radio Specialist New leader, athletes, entertainers and armadillos OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — It looks like another pain-in-the-backside statute will be removed. The Asheville, North Carolina ‘Citizen-Times’ reports a local car dealer that formerly sold Pontiac vehicles used a 23-foot tall statue of an Indian man as a sales gimmick. ‘Chief Pontiac’ was raised in 1967.

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  • Intern captures experience as part of Mvskoke Media

    Intern captures experience as part of Mvskoke Media

    • July 17, 2018

    Skyler Drinnon/Journalism Intern Organization calls for fall applicants OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — My internship at Mvskoke Media has been a time to remember. I came into the internship thinking I had a good handle on how to research, write and formulate a good story that would be suitable for news writing. While I did have some

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