Vol. LIII No. 8
August 2018
Chickasaw Times Web Exclusives

A passion for service continues for retired Master Sgt. Darlene Mason

Chickasaw citizen Darlene Mason sums up her nearly four decades long career in the Oklahoma National Guard with a single word.

Book highlights Ataloa’s rich legacy of helping others

“Little Song, The Life of Ataloa Stone McLendon” by Tamara Elder, weaves a narrative that illuminates the life and influence of Ataloa, the storied Chickasaw educator, visionary and humanitarian.

Chickasaw cultural tourism invites discovery, propels growth

Our Chickasaw culture is unique and special.

Chickasaw, Choctaw artists bring top works to ‘Ikbi’ partnership

The Chickasaw and Choctaw nations hosted a VIP reception June 29 in Oklahoma City to exhibit artwork featuring 16 Chickasaw and 19 Choctaw artists.

Five Civilized Tribes to utilize $75 million housing allocation

The Five Civilized Tribes have been allocated more than $75 million by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for 2018 Indian housing.

Gov. Anoatubby ‘three-peats’ as most powerful Oklahoman

For the third year in a row, Governor Bill Anoatubby is the most powerful Oklahoman according to polling by OKC FRIDAY newspaper.