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  • MCN files to remove Hobia from citizenship, Council candidacy

    MCN files to remove Hobia from citizenship, Council candidacy3

    *Update 5:05 p.m. Aug. 24 – Muscogee (Creek) Nation District Court Judge Greg Bigler has upheld the Muscogee (Creek) citizenship of Jeremiah Hobia citing the 2007 MCN Supreme Court opinion Thlopthlocco Tribal Town v. Nathan Anderson. MCN District Court Documents on the Hobia case cite the 2007 Supreme Court case:  ‘The relationship between Thlopthlocco and the federal government

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  • MCN files petition to remove Hobia from citizenship, Council candidacy

    MCN files petition to remove Hobia from citizenship, Council candidacy5

    Jessica McBride/Managing Editor OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — The Muscogee (Creek) Nation petitioned the MCN District Court Aug. 10 to order the MCN Citizenship Board to revoke the citizenship of Jeremiah Hobia and order the MCN Election Board to remove him from the list of certified and eligible candidates. The court documents filed by MCN Attorney General

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  • Housing suit against Nation dismissed

    Housing suit against Nation dismissed0

    Jessica McBride/Media Coordinator Case dismissed due to sovereign immunity OKMULGEE, Okla. — A suit filed by Muscogee (Creek) citizen Barney Ingram against the Muscogee (Creek) Nation Department of Housing, Alvin Bucktrot and James Floyd has been dismissed by the MCN District Court. Judge Gregory Bigler presided over the case. The original hearing was held Oct.

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  • Emvponayv: One who tells the story

    Emvponayv: One who tells the story0

    “At the moment, there is not a consensus within the Nation on whether to allow Stomp Dances on Tribal properties” -MCN Attorney General Kevin Dellinger.

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  • Bigler to decide Ingram v. MCN case

    Bigler to decide Ingram v. MCN case2

    Jessica McBride/Media Coordinator Attorneys provide arguments in case OKMULGEE, Okla. — A hearing was held Oct. 25 in the Barney Ingram v. Muscogee (Creek) Nation Department of Housing, Alvin Bucktrot and James Floyd case for the motion to dismiss the case. MCN District Court Judge Gregory Bigler presided over the hearing. At the conclusion of

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  • Dellinger confirmed as MCN attorney general

    Dellinger confirmed as MCN attorney general0

    • MCN
    • March 24, 2016

    Sterling Cosper/Editor New AG talks goals, roles and accomplishments OKMULGEE, Okla. — Kevin Dellinger was nominated as Muscogee (Creek) Nation attorney general by MCN Principal Chief James Floyd. He was confirmed through TR 16-009 by a 15-0 vote during the Jan. 30 MCN National Council quarterly session. Dellinger said he started with the tribe as

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