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  • Chickasaw Art, Traditions and Talent featured during Cultural Evening

    Sep

    21

    An evening of sharing Chickasaw culture and honoring heritage, art and talent is the focus of Chickasaw Nation Cultural Evening and Arts and Culture Awards ceremony, Thursday, Oct. 5, at the Chickasaw Cultural Center.

  • Tribe cuts ribbon on EMS building

    Sep

    21

    Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby, U.S. Rep. Tom Cole and a large contingent of tribal dignitaries officially opened a new Emergency Medical Services (EMS) building near the Chickasaw Nation Medical Center Thursday, Sept. 21.

  • Bicycle ride through scenic countryside set for Sept. 30

    Sep

    20

    Fall is in the air, chilly autumn mornings have arrived and soon leaves will change from vibrant green to warm tones of red, orange and yellow.

  • Chickasaw Nation Governor applauds choice of Tahsuda for Indian Affairs post

    Sep

    19

    John Tahsuda III, a member of the Kiowa Tribe with significant ties to Oklahoma, was recently named Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs by U.S. Secretary of Interior Ryan Zinke.

  • Hollywood comes to Ada: Community event celebrates national theatrical release of “TE ATA”

    Sep

    19

    The true story of a Chickasaw storyteller is coming to select theatres across the nation this fall and everyone is invited to a red carpet event at the McSwain Theatre, 130 W. Main, Wednesday, Sept. 27, to kick off its nationwide theatrical release.

  • Chickasaw Nation Cuts Ribbon on Purcell Campus Buildings

    Sep

    14

    Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby led a ribbon cutting ceremony in Purcell on a trio of Chickasaw Nation facilities Thursday, Sept. 14.

  • CCC celebrates butterflies Saturday

    Sep

    11

    The Chickasaw Cultural Center (CCC) will host its Monarch Butterfly Watch Day, Saturday, Sept. 16, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The day will offer educational opportunities, beautiful views of nature and documentary films concerning monarch butterflies.

  • Cobell legal expert to help Natives at remaining clinics

    Sep

    11

    An expert on the Cobell settlement class-action lawsuit will be on hand to assist Chickasaws and other Native Americans who wish to file a claim in the landmark $3.4 billion settlement between Native Americans and the U.S. government.

  • Putting Their Best Foot Forward

    Sep

    9

    Six elite Native American artists recently collaborated to create an original ensemble to highlight Triana Browne’s platform – “Bridging the Great Cultural Divide.”

  • Native Youth Community Project providing educational resources for students

    Sep

    8

    The Chickasaw Nation Native Youth Community Project (NYCP) is partnering with public schools in Carter and Pontotoc counties to aid Native American children in first through 12th grades with academic achievement.