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Tribes Continue to Launch Free-Play Gaming Sites to Attract New Casino Customers
This month alone, two tribes jumped on the social gaming trend...
Chickasaw Astronaut Shares Passion for Space in New Children’s Book
Blast off into space by reading Chickasaw astronaut Commander John Herrington’s new children’s book “Mission to Space.” “It started with a rocket and a young boy...
Chickasaw Nation Makes a Big Investment in Rutgers Graduate Student
Jaye “Jaxcy” Odom’s favorite childhood memories are of fry bread, a Native American treat, and hearing stories about her great-grandfather who helped negotiate the terms that enabl...
Chickasaw Nation, EPA Sign Pact on Environmental Objectives
The Chickasaw Nation and the U.S...
Graham Greene, Gil Birmingham Attend ‘Te Ata’ Premiere in Oklahoma
The worlds of Hollywood and the Chickasaw blended on September 13, when Chickasaw Nation Productions’ movie Te Ata premiered...
London-based GAN, Chickasaw Nation Partner on Social Casino
The Chickasaw Nation has officially inked a contract with London-based gaming software supplier GAN to launch a new social casino through GAN's proprietary Simulated Gaming Platfor...
First Chickasaw Business, Historic Artesian Hotel, Draws Guests to Sulphur, Okla.
The city of Sulphur in south-central Oklahoma may have less than 5,000 residents, but the area is attracting visitors from near and far who come to stay at a historic property that...
Oklahoma Tribes Collaborate to Protect Monarch Butterflies
The Citizen Potawatomi, Chickasaw and five other tribes in Oklahoma are using grant money to create and enhance monarch butterfly habitat, in conjunction with two other groups dedi...
Tribes Left Hanging: 26 Land-Acquired-in-Trust Applications Pending
Twenty-six applications for American Indian gaming on lands acquired in trust, some of them dating back to 2005, remain pending...
Chickasaw Drought Resiliency Project Focuses on Arbuckle Region
A regional task force is developing a plan to alleviate the effects of drought on more than 140,000 people throughout south-central Oklahoma who depend on the waters of the Arbuckl...
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