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  • Federal court dismisses Kialegee suit

    Federal court dismisses Kialegee suit0

    Staff Reports OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — According to Muscogee (Creek) Nation Public Relations, the lawsuit filed by the Kialegee Tribal Town and Red Creek Holdings LLC against MCN was “dismissed without prejudice due to lack of subject matter jurisdiction,” by the U.S. District Court of Northern Oklahoma. The MCN Attorney General’s Office released a statement Aug.

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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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  • NIGC issues letter to Kialegee regarding facility in Broken Arrow

    NIGC issues letter to Kialegee regarding facility in Broken Arrow0

    *UPDATE: This story was updated at 8:58 a.m. Aug. 11 to add a statement from KTT and clarify the identity of Jeremiah Hobia.   Jessica McBride/Managing Editor Parcel ineligible for gaming, located in MCN jurisdiction OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — The National Indian Gaming Commission issued a letter to Kialegee Tribal Town King Jeremiah Hobia stating the

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  • Emvpanayv: One who tells the story

    Emvpanayv: One who tells the story0

    Gary Fife/Radio Specialist Capital news, Interior shake up, Broken Arrow gaming battle OKMULGEE, Okla. — In what could be the biggest setback for opponents of the name of the professional football team in the nation’s capital, on June 19, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld a ruling that offensive names can’t be prohibited. National news reports

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