Vol. XLIX No. 10
October 2014
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Overcoming adversity nothing new to the Chickasaw people

Overcoming adversity is an important component of good character. Those who can face challenges and come out on top possess a quality that is uncommon.

Gov. Anoatubby, citizens discuss progress, future plans

Hundreds of Chickasaws and friends gathered recently to discuss progress and explore plans for the future during Chickasaw Nation events in Oklahoma City, Purcell, Okla., and Vancouver, Washington.

Chickasaw Nation, AT&T Oklahoma partner for ‘It Can Wait,’ end texting and driving

Texting and driving is akin to drinking and driving as far as safety is concerned.

Tishomingo Health Clinic expands staff, services

The Tishomingo Health Clinic is a full-service clinic offering primary care, optometry, dental, lab, imaging, audiology, a drive-thru pharmacy, physical therapy, nutrition counseling and behavioral therapy.

‘Te Ata’ filming across Chickasaw Nation, State

Governor Bill Anoatubby joined a cast of Hollywood’s finest performers Sept. 23 as filming of “Te Ata” continued at the Oklahoma City Railroad Museum.

Lighthorse officers expand training with scuba certification

Chickasaw Lighthorse Police Sgt. Adam Lawson and Patrolman Daniel Cloud earned scuba certifications at Lake Arbuckle Sept. 5. According to dive team instructor Captain Vincent Walters, to be a certified dive team member is not an easy feat.

Chickasaw student reporter earns Native journalism fellowship

Chickasaw citizen and KCNP radio correspondent Sarah Jones was given a unique opportunity this summer to develop her skills as a multimedia journalist. Ms. Jones, a senior at East Central University, was among 10 college students selected to take part in a pilot program Native American Journalism Fellowship.

Chickasaw citizen Traci Morris named American Indian Policy Institute Director

Chickasaw scholar Traci Morris, a nationally-recognized tribal communications leader and expert, has been selected to lead the American Indian Policy Institute (AIPI).