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7:16 pm
Sun December 8, 2013

Harmon-y Pediatric Clinic Set To Open

Credit Oklahoma City Indian Clinic

The Oklahoma City Indian Clinic is seeing one of its projects come to fruition with the help of television star Mark Harmon. David Toahty, Chief Development officer for the Oklahoma City Indian Clinic credits the fund raising ability of Mark Harmon’s Celebrity Weekend for their new addition.

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8:10 pm
Fri November 29, 2013

Chickasaw Nation Makes Generous Donation To OU Law School

OU Law School Dean Joe Harroz
Credit Susan Shannon

A generous gift from the Chickasaw Nation to University of Oklahoma’s Law School has created the nation’s first American Indian Law Scholar endowed chair.

Dean of the University of Oklahoma’s Law School, Joe Harroz, sees this gift from the Chickasaws as proof that his program is headed in the right direction.

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Indian Times
11:47 pm
Fri November 22, 2013

The Holidays Are The Giving Season For The Oklahoma City Indian Clinic

Credit Susan Shannon

The Oklahoma City Indian Clinic is raising money to expand its pharmacy. One of the fundraisers is the annual Red Feather Gala which took place November 9th. David Toahty (Pawnee/Kiowa) is the chief development officer for the clinic.

“We had the largest group of people that we've ever had, nearly 500 people showed up. It was at the Cox Convention Center and it was a fun black tie event,” Toahty said. “We're raising money to expand our pharmacy.”

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Indian Times
9:41 pm
Fri November 15, 2013

Chickasaw Cultural Center Observes Native American Heritage Month

Chickasaw Cultural Center
Credit Susan Shannon

The Chickasaw Cultural Center is focusing on healthy living for its young people this year.

The Chickasaw Nation started November with a multi-tribal day. Valorie Walters, executive officer of the Chickasaw Cultural Center, said that was a day to bring in other tribes to share their history and culture.

“Throughout the month of November, including December as well, we have a special exhibit here,” Walters said.

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Indian Times
8:23 pm
Fri November 8, 2013

Red Earth Festival Moving To Remington Park

Credit Red Earth

The Red Earth Festival, now in its 28th year will be making a move from downtown Oklahoma City to Remington Park, where the wide open spaces, and that means parking spaces, will be a better fit for all attending.

Eric Oesch has been with the Festival since the beginning, he’s the deputy director for Red Earth Incorporated. He sees this move as a way to make it easier for all concerned.

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Indian Times
8:55 pm
Fri November 1, 2013

Native American Heritage Month Celebrated At Oklahoma History Center

Matt Reed
Credit Susan Shannon

November is Native American Heritage Month and the Oklahoma History Center has planned some special events to recognize that.

Matt Reed, a member of the Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma and curator of the American Indian Collections for the Oklahoma Historical Society, has been envisioning since he got the job to have events during this month that educate the public about the Native peoples of Oklahoma.

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Indian Times
2:27 pm
Fri October 25, 2013

Cherokee Breaks New Ground As A Woman Mixed Martial Arts Fighter

Credit Provided / Kathina Catron

She’s a surgical tech by day, and a mom to her 7 year old son Coy…but in her other life she is one tough cookie. Kathina Catron is one of the top women fighters in Mixed Martial Arts, or MMA, in this region. And she’s a member of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma.

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Indian Times
7:32 pm
Fri October 18, 2013

Star Wars As You Never Heard It Before...In Navajo

Credit SNMONH

Star Wars is one of those iconic movies that left its mark on the pop culture…Native Americans are often left out of the popular zeitgeist, so to encourage more interest in native languages the Navajo Nation took this movie and made it their own. And now its coming to a theater near you.

The movie will have its Oklahoma debut at the Sam Noble Museum in Norman on October 27 at 7pm.

Daniel Swan, Curator of Ethnology at the Sam Noble Museum of Natural History, said the movie is entirely dubbed in Navajo.

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Indian Times
9:23 pm
Fri October 11, 2013

Comanche Code Talkers Remembered

Credit Comanche National Museum & Cultural Center

During World Wars I and II, the United States military used select Native American service men to relay secret battle messages based on words from their native languages. These groups came to be known as “Code Talkers” and were the unsung heroes of those world wars. The Comanche Code Talkers were pledged to secrecy about their work in World Wars I and II, and they kept that secret until the program was declassified.

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Indian Times
9:46 pm
Fri October 4, 2013

Lois Bougetah Smoky, Kiowa Artist Ahead Of Her Time

Heather Ahtone
Credit Lester Harragarra

The Jacobson House in Norman is currently exhibiting work from the only female member of the Kiowa Five, Lois Bougetah Smoky. The Kiowa Five were a group of Kiowa artists that were brought to the University of Oklahoma by Oscar Jacobson, the first Director of the OU Art School.

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