Chief for a Day

By Krystan Moser
on February 25, 2015

What comes to mind when someone says the word “chief”? Many Americans picture a stately figure, nobly leading his or her people into the future. Some people think solely of an elected official while others can only imagine the overly animated characters that have misrepresented Native Americans in movies, television and popular culture.

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How to: A delicious Valentine’s surprise for your sweetheart

By Alicia Buffer
on February 13, 2015

As Valentine’s Day fast approaches, we are all looking for personal ways to show the loved ones in our lives that we care.

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Finding your roots…

By Krystan Moser
on January 22, 2015

One of the most common questions I’m asked is, “How can I trace my family history?” There is no short answer to this. There are many ways to research a family’s history, but genealogy websites such as Ancestry.com may have just made that search a bit easier.

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Classic rock through new eyes

By Shelby LeFlore
on January 20, 2015

As someone in my early 20s, I was not fully aware of how huge of an impact ZZ Top has had on rock ‘n’ roll music. Of course, I have heard the legendary song “Sharp Dressed Man.” Like most people my age, I occasionally watch the television show “Duck Dynasty,” which happens to have the hit song in the opening credits of each episode.

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Remembering A.N. Chamberlin

By Krystan Moser
on December 16, 2014

Sometimes historic figures become household names with giant personas. They live in the pages of textbooks forever, immortally relevant. Some historic figures, however, do not enjoy this level of fame and only exist in the pages of forgotten books. The Reverend A.N. Chamberlin is one such figure in Cherokee history.

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