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  • Chickasaw welding student gains real world experience while bolstering public safety

    Jan

    16

    Fusing metals together with extreme heat is a key process to building and rebuilding our world.

  • Call for Native American artists, 2019 Artesian Arts Festival

    Jan

    16

    The 6th Annual Artesian Arts Festival is now seeking applications from all Native American artists for the 2019 festival, set Saturday, May 25,in Sulphur, Oklahoma.

  • Diabetes prevention classes open to public at no charge

    Jan

    15

    The American Diabetes Association estimates that more than 14 percent of the adult population of Oklahoma has diabetes, with an additional 36 percent of the population in the prediabetes range.

  • Chickasaw Cultural Center Honored for Efforts to Protect the Monarch Butterfly

    Jan

    11

    The Chickasaw Cultural Center was recently honored by an international organization for its on-going efforts to preserve and protect the monarch butterfly.

  • NMAI purchases tribal decoy from Chickasaw artist

    Jan

    10

    Waterfowl decoys crowd shelves, a table and work desk in the office of Joshua Hinson, Chickasaw citizen and director of the Chickasaw Nation Language Department.

  • Chickasaw Nation Dance Studio takes “Best of Show” at Kansas City competition

    Jan

    9

    Four 13-year-old Ada girls teamed up to earn Best of Show at the Adrenaline Dance Competition and Convention in December in Kansas City, Mo.

  • Chickasaw language lessons available to children in Tishomingo

    Jan

    2

    The Chickasaw Nation offers Chickasaw language classes at no charge to any interested student age 4 to 14.

  • Chickasaw language lessons available to children in Ardmore

    Jan

    2

    The Chickasaw Nation offers Chickasaw language classes at no charge to any interested student age 4 to 14.

  • Chickasaw language lessons available to children in Oklahoma City

    Jan

    2

    The Chickasaw Nation offers Chickasaw language classes at no charge to any interested student age 4 to 14.

  • AYA app launched

    Jan

    2

    An application which fuses health and history is now available to download on iPhone and Android smartphones.