A Chickasaw Nation-produced film about Oklahoma storyteller Te Ata gets a national release.
The American Indian Cultural Center and Museum’s second chance is cemented with
an agreement reached by Oklahoma City, the state and the Chickasaw Nation.
The production recently wrapped principal photography in Oklahoma and Florida locations.
LaRenda Morgan is focused on building relations and strengthening Democratic engagement with tribes in the state.
The agreement outlines rules including how much water Oklahoma City is allowed to take from the Sardis Lake annually.
Volunteers began hanging ornaments in October for the show.
Native American nations and officials from the state and Oklahoma City finally reached a water agreement over Sardis Lake.
Seven Native artists are included in the hand-drum exhibition.
Jonathan Stranger prepares a unique menu for this year’s Oklahoma Creativity Ambassadors Gala.
Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust chooses new wastewater treatment management, the Chickasaw Nation makes a bid for The American Indian Cultural Center and Museum and Oklahoma City Council bans smoking on OKC property.