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From the Office of the Chief - July

From the Office of the Chief - July

September 7, 2018 | Delaware Tribe of Indians

Kula Malsi Hach Lenapeok, Wuli Kishku Sikan,How are my Lenape relatives, it’s a good spring day. This spring has been veryeventful for the Delaware Tribe.  The first event we were invitedto was the unveiling of the original S...

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Resources Available for Students of All Ages

Resources Available for Students of All Ages

September 5, 2018 | Choctaw Voices

It’s that time of year again. Summer break has come and gone. Our students and teachers are back in the classroom gearing up for a new school year. I hope everyone had a fun-filled summer with great memories. I know it was an eventful one for many young C...

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President's Message - August 24th

President's Message - August 24th

August 24, 2018 | Pawnee Nation - President's Message

Nowa, Greetings from the office of the President.   It’s that time of the year! Homecoming is just around the corner. I know it’s always a busy time of the year, getting ready to make the trek to Pawnee and make the rounds to visit with family ...

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President's Message - August Edition

President's Message - August Edition

August 24, 2018 | Pawnee Nation - President's Message

Nowa, Greetings from the office of the President.   It’s that time of the year! Homecoming is just around the corner. I know it’s always a busy time of the year, getting ready to make the trek to Pawnee and make the rounds to visit with family ...

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Governor's Report - August

Governor's Report - August

August 23, 2018 | Absentee Shawnee Governor's Report

Hello Absentee Shawnee Tribal Members!!I hope everyone is staying cool in this hot Oklahoma weather. I want to congratulate Lt. Governor Kenneth Blanchard, Treasurer Phillip Ellis and Representative Atheda Edwards Fletcher for their win in the June El...

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Notes from the Chief - August 20th

Notes from the Chief - August 20th

August 20, 2018 | Cherokee Nation Notes From The Chief

Legal and law enforcement partnerships ensure safer Cherokee communities Recently, Cherokee Nation hosted a special group of legal experts from across America. Almost 40 U.S. attorneys gathered in northeast Oklahoma for part of a two-day educational forum. ...

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Governor's Report - July

Governor's Report - July

August 10, 2018 | Absentee Shawnee Governor's Report

Hello Absentee Shawnee Tribal Members!! I hope everyone is staying cool in this hot Oklahoma weather. I want to congratulate Lt. Governor Kenneth Blanchard, Treasurer Phillip Ellis and Representative Atheda Edwards Fletcher for their win in the June E...

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Choctaw Nation Continues to Thrive

Choctaw Nation Continues to Thrive

August 10, 2018 | Choctaw Voices

Our annual Labor Day festival is right around the corner. Soon the capital grounds will be filled with thousands of visitors. The festival is so much more than concerts and carnival rides. The 5-day long event is a great time for the Choctaw people to gather an...

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Notes from the Chief - August 9th

Notes from the Chief - August 9th

August 9, 2018 | Cherokee Nation Notes From The Chief

Osiyo - Each Labor Day weekend, the Cherokee Nation capital city of Tahlequah bustles with more than 100,000 visitors, and in 2018 we plan to have the biggest and best Cherokee National Holiday ever. This will be our 66th annual homecoming celebration,...

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Notes From the Chief - August 3rd

Notes From the Chief - August 3rd

August 3, 2018 | Cherokee Nation Notes From The Chief

Osiyo - Across America at least 95 percent of people incarcerated in state prisons will be released back into their communities at some point. Successful transitions are challenging, as reintegrating into life on the outside is hard for all parties...

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Notes from the Chief - July 26, 2018

Notes from the Chief - July 26, 2018

July 31, 2018 | Cherokee Nation Notes From The Chief

Osiyo - The Cherokee Nation recently acquired more than 60 acres of land in Delaware County. The site is one of the historic endpoints of the Trail of Tears, which is especially significant in 2018 as we commemorate the 180th anniversary of the forced ...

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Remembering the Past and Looking to the Future

Remembering the Past and Looking to the Future

July 27, 2018 | Choctaw Voices

The grounds of Tvshka Homma were full of people on May 19, all honoring the thousands of Choctaws removed from Mississippi to start a new life in a new land. As I always do, I looked at the families gathered together on that beautiful, warm ...

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