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As our nation celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, the first to put humans on the surface of the moon, Stillwater residents got the chance to hear first hand what it’s like to go to space.
Our ability as a government to communicate with our citizens has just taken a great leap forward. The Cherokee Nation’s website – Cherokee.org – relaunched July 1. The overhaul, the first in more than eight years, creates a better user experience on the website that operates as our digital front door to the world. A more sophisticated website has been our vision for some time now, along with the goal of making it easier for visitors to find the information that is important to them. The revamped site includes updated content, departmental contacts and cleaner navigation so that our tribal citizens can find the services they need more quickly.
NORMAN — Oklahoma’s rich offensive line success lately figures to continue, if players like Andrew Raym keep committing to the program.
We can’t seem to agree on much of anything, including how to celebrate Independence Day in our nation’s capital.
Cherokee Nation was recently bestowed a great honor by the U.S. Navy, which has decided to name its latest rescue ship after our tribal nation. The forthcoming USNS Cherokee Nation will be launched in summer of 2021 and will be a testament to the service and contributions the Cherokee people have made to the Navy and Marine Corps.
Nationalism looks at our nation’s challenges and asks, “Who can we blame?” Patriotism looks at those challenges and demands: “How can we work together to make this country better?”
KEVIN HARVISON | Staff photoThe flags of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, the United States and the state of Oklahoma fly at the Choctaw Nation…