• Bill proposed to move Mvskoke Media under Commerce Secretary

    Bill proposed to move Mvskoke Media under Commerce Secretary1

    UPDATE: Mvskoke Media reached out to Muscogee (Creek) Nation Principal Chief James Floyd for comment and received an emailed statement from MCN Public Relations. ‘The proposed legislation is authored by members of the National Council. We will learn more about this tonight, that is why there is an emergency meeting to discuss this.’ Mvskoke Media/Release

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  • Manager Musings: midyear has come and gone

    Manager Musings: midyear has come and gone0

    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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  • Manager musings: Mvskoke Media Editorial Board structure

    Manager musings: Mvskoke Media Editorial Board structure0

    Sterling Cosper/Manager Third member vacancy, term rotation issue OKMULGEE, Okla. — In my last column that addressed tribal funding for Mvskoke Media, I referenced our editorial board acting as a liaison between our department and the tribal government while acting free from political influence. As a review, the board was formed under our free press

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  • Manager musings: more free press legislation needed

    Manager musings: more free press legislation needed3

    Sterling Cosper/Manager Constitutional amendment, FOIA OKMULGEE, Okla. — At the beginning of this year, the Muscogee (Creek) Nation Administration Department mandated that MCN employees complete an online ethics training video and quiz originally composed by the FBI. In this video, the agency used examples of fiscal corruption in tribal governments and pointed to a lack

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