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  • Indian Falls Creek a blessing to Chickasaw artist

    Oct

    5

    In 1972, Latta High School sophomore Sue Fish first attended Falls Creek, a retreat for Christian youth. It is tucked between the rugged, rocky peaks of the ancient Arbuckle Mountain range.

  • CCC monarch effort cited by state association

    Oct

    5

    The Chickasaw Nation has been recognized by the Oklahoma Museums Association (OMA) for conservation initiatives to preserve and protect monarch butterflies.

  • Jae L. and Crossover show plans Halloween special

    Oct

    4

    Vocalists from Oklahoma and Texas will join the Jae L. and the Crossover band for this year’s Halloween special 7 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 21, on the historic McSwain Theatre stage, 130 W. Main Street.

  • Chickasaw Princesses Crowned at Annual Pageant

    Oct

    4

    Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby crowned three young ladies Chickasaw Royalty during the 2017-2018 Chickasaw Nation Princess Pageant.

  • Chickasaw Explorers connect with history, excavate historic homelands site

    Oct

    4

    An archeological dig in the Mississippi Homelands proved exhausting, but emotionally uplifting for eight Chickasaw Explorers who labored at Butler Mound for two weeks in July.

  • Chickasaw Nation elected officials take oath of office

    Oct

    3

    Five Chickasaw Nation officials elected during the July 25 general election were sworn into office Monday, Oct. 2, at the Chickasaw Nation Community Center.

  • Huge turnout opens Chickasaw Veterans Lodge

    Oct

    3

    Hundreds of Chickasaw military veterans were on hand Monday as Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby officially cut the ribbon to open the Chickasaw Nation Veterans Lodge.

  • Flu clinics available to community at no cost

    Oct

    3

    The Chickasaw Nation will offer three opportunities to receive flu vaccinations to the public at no cost in south central Oklahoma this fall.

  • Chickasaw Theatre Company open auditions set for November 28 and 29.

    Oct

    3

    The Chickasaw Theatre Company will host open auditions for “Bye Bye Birdie” the musical, from 6-8 p.m., Nov. 28 and 29, at the Chickasaw Nation Arts & Humanities building, 201 N. Broadway, Ada. Singers, dancers and actors are needed.

  • Te Ata, movie star touch young girl's life

    Oct

    2

    Cerrenah Chesbro waited a year to meet her hero, “Te Ata.”