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Indian Times: Cheyenne-Arapaho tribal members found guilty of embezzlement (Apr 18, 2008)
On Indian Times this week an on-going investigation by the FBI finds former members of the Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribal Business Committee guilty of embezzling money from the Lucky Star Casinos in Clinton and Concho. Some will face jail time, others probation, but all will have to pay back the money.

NBC?s Today Show came to the Oklahoma City Indian Clinic this past week as part of the ?Lend a Hand? charity week. Co-host Al Roker was there to present the gifts and donations to the clinic.

The Cherokee Nation will take over operations at the WW Hastings Indian Hospital in Tahlequah in October. This will make it possible for more money to be available to the hospital while improving health care for patients of the Cherokee outpatient clinics and the Indian hospital. For information on this go to their website

Upcoming events this week in Indian country:
The Comanche Nation will provide an officer to help native vets apply for disability. For more info call 580-588-2846.
The Native American Studies program at the University of Oklahoma will hold a student career fair in the Forum Building at the Center for Continuing Education (CCE). For more information call 325-2312.

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