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A farewell to people with Oklahoma ties who ... A family obituary said: "On the track and among his fans, he was known as Benny “Wahoo” Taylor, a tribute to his heritage as a member of the Cherokee Nation. "At the end of a Saturday night race, kids ... (Oklahoma News)
Thomas Fritts II Thomas Nathan Fritts II of Owasso, passed away on Tuesday, January 31, 2017 in Tulsa, OK at the age of 33 ... Nathan was also a proud member of the Cherokee tribe. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, shooting, and just being outdoors. (Tulsa World)
OKLAHOMA CITY – Cherokee Nation citizen Dr. John Farris, 59, died on Feb. 3 at the Oklahoma Heart Hospital in Oklahoma City. According to his obituary, he attended the University of Oklahoma, and studied medicine at the University of North Dakota School ... (cherokeephoenix.org)
In 2003, he and Jan moved to Enid Oklahoma, where he was employed as a custodian at ... sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law Barb (Dan) Mott of Cherokee, Peggy Spaan of Onawa, Iowa and Mike Busch of Waucoma, Iowa; and nieces, nephews, cousins and countless ... (Chronicle Times)
ROLAND, Okla. — Cherokee Nation Businesses plans a groundbreaking next month on a hotel and casino to replace its current complex in Roland, near the Arkansas border. The Journal Record reported that the new facility will include a six-story, 125-room ... (Arkansas Online)
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