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Mvskoke Media Mvskoke Media aims to be the voice of the Mvskoke people by distributing information to the Muscogee (Creek) Nation through its newspaper, radio show, and TV broadcasts as well as graphic design and printing services.

In 2021, the Muscogee (Creek) Nation National Council passed the Independent Muscogee (Creek) Press Act reinstating free press, once again making Mvskoke Media one of a few tribal-owned free press outlets in the United States. The act provides protections for the outlet to report news and activities objectively without interference or bias. Mvskoke Media also provides advertising, graphic design and printing services to MCN, Muscogee (Creek) citizens and the general public.

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Mvskoke Media is collaborating to help connect the OK County Mvskoke voters connect to information. Tune in tonight for ...
06/15/2022
"Subpoena Power: OK County DA debates" Restream

Mvskoke Media is collaborating to help connect the OK County Mvskoke voters connect to information. Tune in tonight for Subpoena Power: OK County Debates.

Mvskoke Media is livestreaming a debate between the four candidates seeking the Republican nomination and the two candidates seeking the Democratic nominatio...

The War at Home Memorial Dedication will be held at Veterans Park in Broken Arrow this Saturday, June 11th. Ceremonies w...
06/09/2022

The War at Home Memorial Dedication will be held at Veterans Park in Broken Arrow this Saturday, June 11th. Ceremonies will begin at 10 AM, guests are asked to arrive by 9:55 AM. Veterans Park is located at 1111 South Main Street Broken Arrow.

The Memorial is funded in part by the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, the Mission 22 Project, and The City of Broken Arrow. It honors the veterans who have been lost to suicide due to mental illness.

Ceremonies at the dedication include a flyover, a 21 Gun Salute, as well as numerous Native, Veteran and Law Enforcement Honor Guards.

The Muscogee Nation Festival Golf Tournament has been rescheduled to July 8-9. A regular event of the Festival will now ...
06/09/2022

The Muscogee Nation Festival Golf Tournament has been rescheduled to July 8-9.

A regular event of the Festival will now be a post-festival activity due to recent heavy rains but the nature of the celebration remains the same.

Fountainhead Creek Golf Course Manager Stephen Fox claims it's for the safety of the players and the golf course.

Under the current conditions of the course, Fox would have had to make it "cart-path only" which can be somewhat of hassle for the older players and not as enjoyable in a tournament setting

"The golf course is just absolutely saturated," Fox said. "To protect ourselves, not damage the golf course, and for the enjoyment of the players we are just better off rescheduling when we have dryer weather."

Fox said the course will be open this weekend for normal play but the course will be cart-path only until further notice.

Feel free to contact the golf course or Fox for more information on the tournament or regular play, 918-689-3209.

Indian Taco fundraiser today!The first fundraiser will be June 10, 2022, at OIC 2900 N Osage Place from 11 am to 2 pm. I...
06/07/2022
Muscogee Elders begin to raise money to go to NIOCA - MVSKOKE Media

Indian Taco fundraiser today!
The first fundraiser will be June 10, 2022, at OIC 2900 N Osage Place from 11 am to 2 pm. Indian tacos and raffle tickets available for purchase.

Muscogee (Creek) Nation Elders are beginning to fundraise to go to the biennial National Indian Council on Aging Conference.

Tema Yargee was crowned as Miss Muscogee (Creek) Nation along with Chenoa Barnett earning the Jr. Miss title on June 4. ...
06/06/2022

Tema Yargee was crowned as Miss Muscogee (Creek) Nation along with Chenoa Barnett earning the Jr. Miss title on June 4.
The new reign will be signing contracts this Thursday, according to Royalty Coordinator LuAnn Bear.

Stay tuned as Mvskoke Media will hear from the duo after signing the dotted line and continue to report on the royalty for the next year.

Past coverage includes: https://www.mvskokemedia.com/muscogee-nation-pageant-in-person/

Photo Credit: Morgan Taylor/Multimedia Producer

Who’s playing festival?
06/03/2022

Who’s playing festival?

The Muscogee Nation Festival 5k run includes virtual participants if registered by June 21. Runners can complete the rac...
06/02/2022
Virtual option for Festival 5k - MVSKOKE Media

The Muscogee Nation Festival 5k run includes virtual participants if registered by June 21. Runners can complete the race/run/walk in their own time and location.

The Muscogee Nation Festival 5k run includes virtual participants if registered by June 21.

Time and Location update:  The 2022 Muscogee (Creek) Nation Scholarship Pageant is still scheduled to take place this Sa...
06/01/2022
Muscogee Nation pageant in person - MVSKOKE Media

Time and Location update: The 2022 Muscogee (Creek) Nation Scholarship Pageant is still scheduled to take place this Saturday, June 4, but has been moved to River Spirit Casino Resort inside the ballroom located on the second floor. The start time will now be at 2:30pm.

OKMULGEE, Oklahoma – Beggs High School will host the Miss and Jr. Miss Muscogee (Creek) Nation Scholarship Pageant 2022-2023 on Saturday, June 4 at 2 pm. This year, the pageant […]

Before passing the crown, the current Miss Muscogee (Creek) Nation Claudia McHenry and Jr. Miss Gabby Noriega share thei...
05/31/2022
Mvskoke Royalty bids farewell - MVSKOKE Media

Before passing the crown, the current Miss Muscogee (Creek) Nation Claudia McHenry and Jr. Miss Gabby Noriega share their last statements as title holders. The princesses will officially pass the crown at the MCN Scholarship Pageant on June 4.

Mvskoke Media is livestreaming the Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) and the Association of Health Care Jou...
05/31/2022
"Health Equity: Aging and Health Care Disparities in Indigenous Communities" Restream

Mvskoke Media is livestreaming the Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) and the Association of Health Care Journalists (AHCJ) one-hour "Health Equity: Aging and Health Care Disparities in Indigenous Communities"

Liz Seegert, AHCJ's core topic leader on aging, and Travis Snell (Cherokee), former Cherokee Phoenix assistant editor, will lead the discussion. Katherine Reed, AHCJ's interim executive director and director of education and content, will moderate the Q&A.

Multiple factors affect how well people age in the United States. Social determinants of health, cultural background, and health equity are among the prime influences on whether someone lives a long, healthy life, or suffers with chronic, debilitating illnesses that may significantly impact longevity.

Combatting these issues and managing diseases is challenging for many elders. However, Indigenous people face unique challenges, including historic disparities and the Indian Health Service's failure to meet its trust responsibility to care for this population due to funding issues.

Like most elders throughout the U.S., Indigenous elders want to age with dignity and want state and federal policies that support affordable housing and livable communities in both urban and underserved rural areas.

The Administration for Community Living noted that this group often struggles more than other populations with issues of access, affordability, and lack of culturally appropriate information about healthy aging.

Presenters will examine the problems in further detail, including the information gap and discuss how journalists can report on these issues while avoiding tropes and stereotypes.

Mvskoke Media is livestreaming the Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) and the Association of Health Care Journalists (AHCJ) one-hour "Health Equ...

The MCN Motor Vehicle Department can now issue tags to all enrolled tribal members living in OK. With the new amendment ...
05/25/2022
MCN expands license plate eligibility - MVSKOKE Media

The MCN Motor Vehicle Department can now issue tags to all enrolled tribal members living in OK. With the new amendment to the law, annual revenues are projected to double, which will go back to the tribe.

The Muscogee (Creek) Nation passed legislation allowing all MCN Citizens living in Oklahoma to be eligible to purchase tribal license plates.

Mvskoke Media Live Wire speaks with Laura Clark, curator of the new Living Arts of Tulsa exhibition "Chiefs, Clans and K...
05/19/2022
Live Wire with Chiefs, Clans and Kin

Mvskoke Media Live Wire speaks with Laura Clark, curator of the new Living Arts of Tulsa exhibition "Chiefs, Clans and Kin". We will be taking questions from the chat. Tune in tonight! https://youtu.be/1MVivnOJoxs

Mvskoke Media Live Wire speaks with Laura Clark, curator of the new Living Arts of Tulsa exhibition "Chiefs, Clans and Kin". We will be taking questions fr...

It has been six months since the doors opened to the Looped Square Meat Processing Plant. Director of Agriculture and Na...
05/19/2022
Tribal enterprise ‘meat-ing’ expectations - MVSKOKE Media

It has been six months since the doors opened to the Looped Square Meat Processing Plant. Director of Agriculture and Natural Resources Trent Kissee gives an update of the operations thus far.

The door of the Looped Square meat processing plant have been open for about six months now. Director of Agriculture and Natural Resources Trent Kissee allowed Gary Fife to come in and check out the operations and get a current update.

The Nation is placing emphasis on mental health with the new behavioral health facility that is now open in Okmulgee. Ac...
05/18/2022
Ribbon cut for Behavioral Health Facility - MVSKOKE Media

The Nation is placing emphasis on mental health with the new behavioral health facility that is now open in Okmulgee. According to health officials, treating mental illness is just as important as treating a physical injury.

Mvskoke Media Live Wire speaks with Mike Parks the lawyer who represented MCN citizen Alicia Stroble in her recent tax v...
05/16/2022
Live Wire with Oklahoma Income Tax Decision

Mvskoke Media Live Wire speaks with Mike Parks the lawyer who represented MCN citizen Alicia Stroble in her recent tax victory. https://youtu.be/pWCr1K88ubY Tune in tonight!

Mvskoke Media Live Wire speaks with Mike Parks the lawyer who represented MCN citizen Alicia Stroble in her recent tax victory. We will be taking questions...

05/11/2022

👩‍🚀🚀"Space" is still open for Siegfried Space Week Community Night!👨‍🚀🛰

This event will take place at Discovery Lab from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. TOMORROW, May 12, 2022. This is your chance to meet an astronaut and participate in a space-themed adventure. This is the only Siegfried Space Week event that is open to all community members. Space is minimal, so be sure to register. Participants *MUST* register and bring their Eventbrite registration confirmation to be able to enter. Register here: https://bit.ly/TRSA22SSWE #TulsaSTEM #PoweredByFlightNight

Principal Chief David Hill declared a State of Emergency for the Muscogee (Creek) Nation after spring weather brought on...
05/05/2022
MCN responds to natural disasters - MVSKOKE Media

Principal Chief David Hill declared a State of Emergency for the Muscogee (Creek) Nation after spring weather brought on heavy rainfall causing flooding throughout the Mvskoke Reservation.

Storms wrung out a massive amount of rainfall on the evening of May 4 which resulted in flooding that affected several parts of the Mvskoke Reservation, including the tribal nation’s capital of Okmulgee.

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The War at Home Memorial Dedication will be held at Veterans Park in Broken Arrow this Saturday, June 11th. Ceremonies will begin at 10 AM, guests are asked to arrive by 9:55 AM. Veterans Park is located at 1111 South Main Street Broken Arrow. The Memorial is funded in part by the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, the Mission 22 Project, and The City of Broken Arrow. It honors the veterans who have been lost to su***de due to mental illness. Ceremonies at the dedication include a flyover, a 21 Gun Salute, as well as numerous Native, Veteran and Law Enforcement Honor Guards.
The Muscogee Nation Festival Golf Tournament has been rescheduled to July 8-9. A regular event of the Festival will now be a post-festival activity due to recent heavy rains but the nature of the celebration remains the same. Fountainhead Creek Golf Course Manager Stephen Fox claims it's for the safety of the players and the golf course. Under the current conditions of the course, Fox would have had to make it "cart-path only" which can be somewhat of hassle for the older players and not as enjoyable in a tournament setting "The golf course is just absolutely saturated," Fox said. "To protect ourselves, not damage the golf course, and for the enjoyment of the players we are just better off rescheduling when we have dryer weather." Fox said the course will be open this weekend for normal play but the course will be cart-path only until further notice. Feel free to contact the golf course or Fox for more information on the tournament or regular play, 918-689-3209.
Tiger Wayne Carman is the creator of Tiger Jugz. The former MCN Petroleum Landman/Realty Specialist II is hitting Walmart shelves with his product in the fishing section.
UPDATE: Joe Hicks Charge downgraded to misdemeanor.
MCN elders are beginning to fund raise to go to the biennial National Indian Council on Aging Conference in North Carolina. The first fundraiser will be June 10, 2022, at OIC 2900 N Osage Place from 11 am to 2 pm. Indian tacos and raffle tickets available for purchase.
Tema Yargee was crowned as Miss Muscogee (Creek) Nation along with Chenoa Barnett earning the Jr. Miss title on June 4. The new reign will be signing contracts this Thursday, according to Royalty Coordinator LuAnn Bear. Stay tuned as Mvskoke Media will hear from the duo after signing the dotted line and continue to report on the royalty for the next year. Past coverage includes: https://www.mvskokemedia.com/muscogee-nation-pageant-in-person/ Photo Credit: Morgan Taylor/Multimedia Producer
MCN Elderly Services, Youth Services, and Diabetes Prevention partner for the 10th Annual Elder Games. Elders compete in friendly competition with one another while sharing meals and laughs.
Who’s playing festival?
The Muscogee Nation Festival 5k run includes virtual participants if registered by June 21. Runners can complete the race/run/walk in their own time and location.
The legislature overrides a veto from Gov. Stitt of HB 3501. The bill was created to increase the coordination of data between agencies within tribal and state judicial systems.
Time and Location update: The 2022 Muscogee (Creek) Nation Scholarship Pageant is still scheduled to take place this Saturday, June 4, but has been moved to River Spirit Casino Resort inside the ballroom located on the second floor. The start time will now be at 2:30pm.
Before passing the crown, the current Miss Muscogee (Creek) Nation Claudia McHenry and Jr. Miss Gabby Noriega share their last statements as title holders. The princesses will officially pass the crown at the MCN Scholarship Pageant on June 4.