Delaware Nation filed suit against Holton over nine counts of obscenity for allegedly publishing (nude) photographs of himself on a tribally owned computer system and for tampering with public property, charged by means of Information.
The following case is scheduled at the District Court of the Delaware Nation at the Delaware Nation complex, Anadarko, Oklahoma before District Judge Shannon Prescott, and the docket shall begin at 9:00 a.m.
The Historic Preservation Department is underway with the digitization of artifacts and archives. Archivist, Billie Anderson, has digitized over 500 archival files in our collection thus far and is now in the process of digitizing material objects.
Tribal Citizen Barton Standing Elk Cartwright Sr. is once again making strides in spreading Delaware Nation’s culture and awareness to the Northeast region of the Country. Artist John Guarneri has been commissioned to colorize a portrait of Mr. Cartwright Sr. drawn by Harold Willard, a native veteran who served in the Navy, that will be displayed on the wall of the Borough Hall of Somerville, New Jersey.
Pursuant to Article 7 Section 5 of the Delaware Nation Constitution, and Section 401 K of the Delaware Nation Election Ordinance, the election of Committee Person #2 was canceled as the position was unopposed.
Tribal citizens gathered in a festive celebration Saturday to welcome the holidays with food, prizes, and gifts for the children! Participants signed in at the registration table to receive a raffle ticket, a t-shirt, and a goodies bag, from Delaware Nation Staff.
Hè, kulamalsi hàch? Hello, How are you? My name is Serenitee McCasland and I am a sophomore at Anadarko High School. I plan to go into the zoological veterinarian field and attend the University of Oklahoma. I am very honored to represent my family and tribe at the events I have attended.
Delaware Nation is proud to announce that as of December 2022, we have officially re-established our Tribal Historic Preservation Office (THPO) status with the National Park Service and the U.S. Department of the Interior.
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