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SNAP now accepted at the Meat Plant
Written By: Morgan Taylor  (BEGGS, Okla.) The Looped Square Meat Processing Co. is now a retail participant of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and will accept...
Mvskoke veterans participate in National Native American Veterans Memorial procession and dedication ceremony
Written By: Kaylea Berry (OKMULGEE, Okla.) The Muscogee (Creek) Nation Veterans Affairs Services Office took ten Mvskoke Veterans to Washington D.C. for the Native Veterans Procession...
Pro-Basketball star receives MVP while playing overseas
Written By: Morgan Taylor (Vetroz, SWITZERLAND) Not even a month into her first season as a professional athlete, the Swiss Basketball League named the Muscogee (Creek) player Brice...
Boarding school survivor tells his story
Written By: Kaylea Berry (WEWOKA, Okla.) The story of J.C. Kanard started in the small rural community of Dustin, located in the southern region of the Mvskoke Reservation, on April 21,...
Tribes endorse gubernatorial candidate
Written By: Morgan Taylor (OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.) An official endorsement of State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister as Oklahoma’s next Governor was announced from the...
Tulsa and tribal leadership meet at MCN headquarters
Written By: Morgan Taylor (MUSCOGEE NATION) The Muscogee (Creek) Nation National Council invited the Tulsa City Council to the Mound Building to establish a working relationship between...
Muscogee Models Return from Times Square
Written By: Braden Harper (NEW YORK CITY, NY) When most people go to Times Square in New York City, they are exposed to dozens of bright, colorful digital billboards advertising...
Ocmulgee Indigenous Celebration celebrates 30th anniversary
Written By: Braden Harper (NATIONAL) The Ocmulgee Mounds National Historical Park is not an ordinary park. It holds special ties to the generations of Indigenous People that inhabited...
CNAA and OSU team up to create a graphic novel based on Chilocco Indian School
Written By: Kaylea Berry (NATIONAL) The Chilocco National Alumni Association and Oklahoma State University Library’s Oral History Research Program began working on a project about...
Missing Okemah Toddler found dead
Written By: Braden Harper  (OKEMAH, Okla.) Two-year-old Ares Muse was found dead in Okfuskee County less than a mile away from his house after being declared missing in the early hours...