Chickasaw Nation to Host Writers Conference on June 1

Published May 22, 2017 ADA, OKLAHOMA – Writers looking to enhance their skills should plan to attend the annual Imanoli Writers Conference scheduled for 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Thursday, June 1, at the Chickasaw Arts & Humanities building, 201 N. Broadway. The conference offers learning and camaraderie for anyone interested in writing. Registration opens […]

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Southern Cheyenne Artist Speaks on ‘Tradition Redefined’

Published May 21, 2017 SULPHUR, OKLAHOMA — Award-winning Southern Cheyenne artist Merlin Little Thunder is among the 10 elite Native artists presenting Artists Talks during the fourth annual Artesian Arts Festival, May 27, 2017. Working in a variety of media, Little Thunder’s contemporary style is known for the expansive stories he tells with his meticulously-detailed […]

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Chickasaw Begins 322-Mile Washita River Adventure

Published May 7, 2017 CHEYENNE, OKLAHOMA – Chickasaw master craftsman and artist Richard Thomas plans to kayak more than 320 miles down the Washita River to honor the memory of Southern Cheyenne tribal leader Black Kettle, who died near here 149 years ago. Black Kettle lost his life in the 1868 “Battle of the Washita,” […]

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Chickasaw Nation Dedicates Chickasaw Nation Information Center

Published April 30, 2017 TISHOMINGO, OKLAHOMA – Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby led ribbon cutting ceremonies to officially open the new Chickasaw Nation Information Center Tuesday, April 25. Gov. Anoatubby said the Chickasaw Nation Information Center is designed to shine a light on the many attractions the Tishomingo area has to offer. It is also […]

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Chickasaw Press Spring Reception and Sale to Feature New Book Releases

Published April 16, 2017 ADA, OKLAHOMA – The Chickasaw Press is releasing two new books and a children’s app this spring at a special reception 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, May 11, at the Ada Community Center, 700 N. Mississippi. New titles will be introduced beginning at 11 a.m. with the book signing and reception […]

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North Texas Casting Call Set April 8 For Feature Film “The Chickasaw Rancher”

Published April 7, 2017 ADA, OKLAHOMA — The search is underway for Native American actors to star in a tribally-produced feature film inspired by the life of Chickasaw cattle rancher Montford T. Johnson. An open casting call for “The Chickasaw Rancher” will be conducted 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., Saturday, April 8, at Lone Star […]

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