By Paula Karty
Fri, 11/17/2017 - 12:00am

The Comanche Nation Elderly Center held its annual Thanksgiving dinner on Nov. 16, at the Comanche Elder Center in Lawton, Oklahoma. A total of 220 people were in attendance. The Elder Center also made home deliveries of the Thanksgiving meal. Children from the Comanche Nation Lawton Daycare, “Numunu Turetu,” provided entertainment for the elders, by singing several songs. The children were given gifts as appreciation. The event was a blessing, giving elders a chance to fellowship and visit with family and friends.

By Paula Karty
Thu, 10/26/2017 - 5:37pm

Aimee Seaboy, of the Lakota tribe speaks about being in a abusive relationship and how she got herself and her daughter out of danger. Alarming statistics indicate that, as you read this short sentence, a woman has become the victim of assault. According to the Partnership Against Domestic Violence, every 9 seconds, another woman in the U.S. is beaten. If you or someone you know is in need of help please call the Oklahoma Domestic Violence Hotline: (800) 373-5608.

By Jolene Schonchin
Mon, 10/23/2017 - 11:10am

The 47th Annual Comanche Man Dance took place Oct. 21 in Apache, Oklahoma. Around 50 Straight Dancers, both local and out-of-state, participated in the ceremony, dancing to beautiful songs throughout the afternoon and evening. Despite the inclement weather, an estimated 200 were present to view the event. Numerous Gift basket filled with non perishable items, circled the drum, as the men danced into the night. Towards the conclusion of the dance, the gift baskets were given to elders.

Photo by Jolene Schonchin - The Comanche Nation News

By Jolene Schonchin
Wed, 10/04/2017 - 10:03am

Absentee ballots were counted the afternoon of September 8 by members of the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Southern Plains Regional Office to determine the future process of Comanche Nation recall petitions.

By webmaster
Tue, 10/03/2017 - 1:12pm

Dear Tribal Members,

Fiscal Year 2017 End: It’s with great pleasure to share with the Tribal Council; each program voted on, back in May 2016, ended in the BLACK (none overspent). This makes two (2) years in a row of doing fundamentally sound business. This makes auditing and our promise to the federal government to stay off “high risk” very relevant of great accountability and opens venues for other possible grant ventures and stability. Great job frontline employees and the administrator Mr. Arterberry, amazing! The continual task of accountability at hand isn’t done yet. This new Fiscal Year (October 2017 – September 2018) will see and experience:


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