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  • Chickasaw Nation Tishomingo Head Start program graduates 27 students

    May

    23

    Twenty-seven students graduated from the Chickasaw Nation Head Start program Wednesday, May 16, in Tishomingo.

  • Family of Cherokee National Treasures represented at Artesian Arts Festival

    May

    23

    Cherokee master craftsman Betty Scraper Garner bestowed a lifetime of insight and artistry upon her descendants when she taught three generations of traditional basket weavers and creators.

  • Workshop to teach participants about music theory and history

    May

    22

    Music workshops hosted by the Chickasaw Nation will feature instruction by accomplished pianist Claire Marquardt, who will share insight gained during her lifetime involvement in music.

  • Artesian Arts Festival Features Works of Talented Chickasaw Family

    May

    21

    Participating in the Artesian Arts Festival has also become a time for reunion and fellowship for a family of Chickasaw artists.

  • Chickasaw Nation Tribal Election Filing Period

    May

    21

    The Chickasaw Nation Election Commission announces the filing period opens June 4 and continues through June 6, 2018, for the 2018 General Elections.

  • Chickasaw Nation Ada Early Childhood Center graduates 46 students

    May

    21

    Forty-six students graduated from the Chickasaw Nation Early Childhood Center Tuesday, May 15, in Ada.

  • Chickasaw Nation Sulphur Head Start program graduates 23 students

    May

    21

    Twenty-three students graduated from the Chickasaw Nation Head Start program Tuesday, May 15, in Sulphur.

  • Chickasaw Nation Ardmore Head Start program graduates 64 students

    May

    21

    Sixty-four students graduated from the Chickasaw Nation Head Start program Friday, May 18, in Ardmore.

  • Holdenville artist to present work at Artesian Arts Festival

    May

    18

    Leslie Deer’s Native American applique art career was born of necessity while performing in a completely different branch of the arts as a professional dancer who entertained audiences around the globe.

  • Turtle Run set for June 2 in Ardmore

    May

    18

    The Chickasaw Nation is hosting a 5k run and 1-mile fun run Saturday, June 2, at the Ardmore Regional Park, 2704 North Rockford Road.