“Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day. Teach a
man to fish and he will eat for a lifetime.”
For well over 200 years, Chickasaws and other Native people have played a vital role in keeping this country free by serving in United States military forces. Historically, Native Americans have the highest rate of military service of any ethnic group in the U.S.
A hypnotic Oklahoma sunset – blazing pastels of pink, purple and red – was showing off just as a “Discover Oklahoma” film crew prepared to interview native Oklahoman Cindy Pickett.
Twenty-two times he has coached his team to the state tournament in girl’s fastpitch softball. Twenty-one of those times – five of them with state championships on the line – Mike Crossley’s Newcastle (OK) Racers have been denied.
During his Oct. 4 State of the Nation address, Governor Bill Anoatubby said the state of the Chickasaw Nation is “strong and getting stronger.”
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2015 class of the Chickasaw Nation Hall of Fame.
Three young ladies were crowned Chickasaw Nation princesses on Sept. 29, bringing talent, poise and maturity in representing the Chickasaw people and tribe in the coming year.
“Renaissance man” best describes
19-year-old Weston Seeley. Athlete, student, artist and volunteer, everything he does brightens the lives of others.