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  • GRAMMY Winning Jason Crabb to Perform at McSwain Theatre

    Feb

    11

    Gospel singer Jason Crabb will be performing at the historic McSwain Theatre at 6 p.m. March 2.

  • 2019 Camps, Clinics and Academies

    Feb

    8

    The Chickasaw Nation will be accepting applications soon for 2019 youth camps, clinics and academies.

  • Special OU venue stirs ‘spirit’ of Chickasaw artist

    Feb

    7

    For more than 60 years, Lance Straughn has applied paint to brush and brush to canvas creating realistic impressionism of Native American life.

  • “Oops” moment turns golden for Chickasaw twins

    Jan

    30

    Chickasaw twins are living the college experience they dreamed of in this tiny Kansas community best known for crowning America’s national champion flat-pick guitar and mandolin players each September.

  • Chickasaw Nation offers ‘Get Fresh!’ public cooking shows

    Jan

    25

    The Chickasaw Nation’s “Get Fresh!” Program teaches healthy meal preparation with entertaining cooking shows that are free and open to the public.

  • OKCPhil to début work by Chickasaw Citizens

    Jan

    23

    The Oklahoma City Philharmonic will perform a work by Chickasaw classical composer Jerod Impichchaachaaha' Tate Saturday, Feb. 16, 2019, at the Oklahoma City Civic Center Music Hall.

  • Inter-Tribal Council calls for end to partial federal government shutdown

    Jan

    23

    During their January 11 quarterly meeting, the Inter-Tribal Council of the Five Civilized Tribes passed a resolution calling for restoration of federal government operations and funding of tribal programs.

  • 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.