Category Archives: Tribal News

The name ‘Mudeater’

Mudeater One of the most significant names in the history of the Wyandotte of Oklahoma is that of Mudeater. The name of Matthew Mudeater comes to mind. Here is my interpretation of the word that I believe was used to … Continue reading

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American Indian/Alaska Native Exemption from the Shared Responsibility Payment

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) says that all Americans must have health coverage that meets minimum essential coverage standards. This is known as the health insurance mandate. If someone doesn’t have this kind of coverage, they may have to pay … Continue reading

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Bearing with the Wyandotte Language

To read this content you need to be a Citizen of the Wyandotte Nation. You should sign in if you already have an account or contact Family Services to receive an account. If you forgot the password, proceed and choose … Continue reading

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Wyandotte Nation breaks ground on Cultural Center

WYANDOTTE, Okla. — The Wyandotte Nation broke ground on its new Cultural Center Friday, Sept. 11. The Cultural Center will be located near the Bearskin Healthcare & Wellness Center and Lost Creek Recycling Center. “The Wyandotte Cultural Center will offer … Continue reading

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