Treefest at Oklahoma City’s Red Earth Art Center presents trees decorated with handmade ornaments crafted by 19 of the state’s tribes in an effort to educate the public about their different heritages and traditions.

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Trees are decorated with ornaments from 19 tribes in Oklahoma. A separate tree includes ornaments for sale. | Photo Doug Hoke / Red Earth / provided

Red Earth Treefest returns with trees decorated by 19 tribes

Red Earth Treefest returns with trees decorated by 19 tribes

Red Earth Treefest returns with trees decorated by 19 tribes.

Cheyenne Lee Pocowatchit, Citizen of Comanche Nation and Affiliated Cheyenne, Nationally Recognized Fancy Dancer (Will Wilson / provided)

Fred Jones Museum, Oklahoma tribes collaborate on PHOTO/SYNTHESIS

“I believe that what [Wilson] does in creating those images is he gives authorship, which is a very generous act for an artist to do for the people who are being represented by those images,” ahtone said.

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Cover Story: What can OKC do to prevent temblors from hitting within city limits

“The only people in the whole mix that say these earthquakes aren’t man-made and not caused by wastewater disposal wells are those directly in the business,” Reid said.

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Cover Story: Chicken-Fried News year in review and predictions for 2017

CFN looks back on 2016 and makes predictions about what Okies will get up to in 2017.

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Oklahoma earthquakes prompt legal action

Individuals, environmental protection groups and tribes have filed suit with various energy companies in Oklahoma due to damage caused by recent earthquakes.

Angie Secrest, who is heading the Oklahoma Veterans for Standing Rock effort, at her home in Yukon, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Oklahoma veterans deploy to Standing Rock

Veterans traveled to North Dakota to help protect resources and sacred lands.

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Cleveland County environmental movement has parallels to Standing Rock Sioux tribe struggles in North Dakota

The images of thick, black, heavy crude flowing between homes and into the natural wetlands haunt Maria Todd. Anytime the mother of three hears discussions of pipelines, her mind reels with images of the 2013 Pegasus Pipeline rupture that coated parts of Mayflower, Arkansas, she said during a recent interview with Oklahoma Gazette. Recently, such

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Event Roundup: Celebrate Independence Day with festivals and fireworks

Fireworks and sparklers aren’t the only ways to celebrate the Fourth of July, especially here in the metro.

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