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  • Chickasaw Nation Announces Election Results

    Jul

    31

    Chickasaw Nation Election Secretary Rita Loder announced results of the July 30, 2019, general election.

  • Public stomp dances hosted at Kullihoma

    Jul

    25

    The Chickasaw Nation will host monthly public stomp dances through September at Kullihoma, seven miles northeast of Ada on state Highway 1.

  • Chickasaw Cultural Center to host Learn and Lunch Series

    Jul

    23

    The Chickasaw Cultural Center will host Ithana: The Learn and Lunch Series Wednesday, July 24, at noon in the Holisso: The Center for Study of Chickasaw History and Culture.

  • McSwain Theatre hosts Jae L. and the Crossover band

    Jul

    17

    Vocalists from Oklahoma and Texas will join Jae L. Stilwell and the Crossover band to offer live music 7 p.m., Saturday, July 20, at the historic McSwain Theatre, 130 W. Main St.

  • Rear Adm. Kevin Meeks retires from U.S. Public Health Service

    Jul

    17

    Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby praised Rear Adm. Kevin Meeks, Chickasaw, for 32 years of service to Native Americans through the U.S. Public Health Service (PHS) Commissioned Corps, which administers Indian Health Service.

  • The ARTesian Gallery & Studios offers summer art classes

    Jul

    10

    The Chickasaw Nation will offer an assortment of learning opportunities for both experienced and aspiring artists this July at the ARTesian Gallery & Studios, 100 W. Muskogee St.

  • Military service members gather for conference in south-central Oklahoma

    Jul

    8

    Chickasaw veterans, National Guard, reservists and active duty military service members gathered June 19 for the 5th Annual Chickasaw Veterans Conference at the WinStar Convention Center in Thackerville.

  • Two generations and counting

    Jul

    11

    As tribe’s Head Start program turns 40, Hazel Wallace continues to prepare children for school

  • FemSTEM invites middle school girls to explore science fields

    Jun

    24

    An interactive science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) workshop will give girls currently in or entering middle school a look into exciting careers in STEM fields.

  • Chickasaw youth takes Best of Show at Red Earth Festival

    Jun

    20

    A 2019 Byng High School graduate’s buffalo sculpture was named Youth Division “Best of Show” at the renowned Red Earth Festival here in June.