• OKC Thunder releases ‘City Edition’ jersey

    OKC Thunder releases ‘City Edition’ jersey

    • November 2, 2018

    Liz Gray/Reporter Limited edition jersey celebrates state’s Native heritage OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — The Oklahoma City Thunder revealed the second ‘City Edition’ uniform designed in partnership with Nike. The turquoise uniform is heavily inspired by the Native American heritage in Oklahoma. The Thunder will debut the uniform against the New York Knicks at the Chesapeake Energy

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  • Cartoonist draws comic from experience

    Cartoonist draws comic from experience

    • October 31, 2018

    “Our non-Native teachers always thought we were talking about them. I mean we were but that’s beside the point.” – Santa Domingo citizen and Cartoonist Ricardo Caté

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  • Badges, BBQ, laughs and competition

    Badges, BBQ, laughs and competition

    • October 29, 2018

    Darren DeLaune/Reporter Friendly competition held with proceeds towards Tulsa Crime Stoppers JENKS, Oklahoma — Rain and cold weather could not keep law enforcement agencies and fire departments from Richard L. Jones Jr. Airport in Jenks Oct. 25 for the eighth annual Badges ‘N BBQ contest sponsored by Tulsa Crime Stoppers. BNB brings together these agencies

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  • Tulsa PAC to feature ‘Sovereignty’

    Tulsa PAC to feature ‘Sovereignty’

    • October 25, 2018

    Darren DeLaune/Reporter Play tells of fight against Removal and its effects TULSA, Oklahoma — Oklahoma playwright and lawyer, Mary Kathryn Nagle, brings both personal and political aspects to her upcoming play, ‘Sovereignty.’ This word is the central focus of the production directed by Carolyn Dunn (Muscogee (Creek), Cherokee, Seminole, Choctaw Freedmen, Tunica Choctaw Biloxi, Cree,

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  • Predisposition for resilience

    Predisposition for resilience

    • October 24, 2018

    Liz Gray/Reporter Citizen shares experience with breast cancer OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — Nothing makes someone look at mortality quite like an adult birthday. Someone might wonder what direction life is headed, if goals are being accomplished or maybe start to notice the firmness of youth once reflected in the mirror starting to fade. Krista Dunzy spent

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  • Native athletes become cornerstone for champion legacy

    Native athletes become cornerstone for champion legacy

    • October 24, 2018

    Angel Ellis/Reporter Native CC athletes set sights on championships WINFIELD, Kansas — A small college in Kansas is playing a significant role in the ability of Native American runners to keep their athletic dreams alive after high school. Cedric Sunray, a member of the MOWA Band of Choctaw Indians, is part of the Southwestern College’s

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  • Ball tries R&B, pop with established metal career

    Ball tries R&B, pop with established metal career

    • October 23, 2018

    Sterling Cosper/Manager Citizen talks musical milestones, ambitions OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — Fifth generation singer Tiare’ Ball is starting another generation within her own career by publishing some R&B/pop solo works after establishing herself as a metal singer with the band The World Over. “As of right now I’ve released a single. I don’t have quite enough

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