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  • Vibrant Art Featured During Artesian Arts Festival

    May

    28

    Thousands of art fans flocked to downtown Sulphur Saturday, May 25, to experience the sixth annual Artesian Arts Festival.

  • Chickasaw Nation Election Filing Period

    May

    24

    The Chickasaw Nation Election Commission announces the filing period for the 2019 General Elections opens June 3 and continues through June 5.

  • Chickasaw Nation Cuts Ribbon On Transportation Building

    May

    24

    Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby led ribbon cutting ceremonies to dedicate the new Chickasaw Nation Transportation Services facility, Thursday, May 23.

  • Chickasaw college student Kaitlyn Tingle to be featured at annual Artesian Arts Festival

    May

    22

    Chickasaw citizen and college student Kaitlyn Tingle will have a booth for the second year in a row at the annual Artesian Arts Festival.

  • “Chula the Fox” receives Gold Benjamin Franklin Award

    May

    22

    “Chula the Fox,” an 18th century coming-of-age story, received the Gold Benjamin Franklin Award from the Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA).

  • Renowned artist crafts special weapons for Artesian Arts Festival

    May

    21

    Ancient weapons expert Eric Smith’s meticulous descriptions of his tribe’s heritage, culture and traditions are a time machine taking people back to the 14th century.

  • Chickasaw jeweler returns to Artesian Arts Festival

    May

    21

    Nationally-renowned adornments crafted by Chickasaw jeweler Kristen Dorsey will be available Memorial Day weekend at the Artesian Arts Festival May 25.

  • Chickasaw Nation Health Care Hiring Event to be hosted in May

    May

    20

    The Chickasaw Nation is hosting a hiring event for health care professionals Wednesday, May 22, from 2 to 6 p.m. at the Apila Center, located on the Ada South Campus.

  • Artesian Arts Festival draws artists from across the nation

    May

    20

    Jackie Sevier creates original pieces of art from her small studio in the Nebraska Sandhills.

  • Chickasaw jewelry artist preps exotic items for festival

    May

    16

    In 2018, Tulsa artist E. Dee Tabor was aware her bolo tie creation titled “Treaty” could well be the most provocative piece displayed at the Artesian Arts Festival.