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VNN Weekly Digest February 6-12
Black Creeks move closer to April trial to regain citizenship in Tribe
(MUSCOGEE NATION) As attorneys for disenfranchised Black Creeks prepare for a trial to regain citizenship, a Muscogee (Creek) Nation judge on Thursday ordered the Tribe to turn over all documents related to the case by Friday, Feb. 17.
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‘Programming’ Broken Arrow’s next generation for technology
(OKLAHOMA) The technology world in which we live continues to grow, as evidenced in items relating to coding education, plagiarism-detecting software and other online tech approved by the Broken Arrow Board of Education.
Some Addiction Treatment Centers Turn Big Profits by Scaling Back Care
(NATIONAL) Near the end of his scheduled three-month stay at a rehab center outside Austin, Texas, Daniel McKegney was forced to tell his father in North Carolina that he needed more time and more money, he recently recalled.
WEATHER ACROSS AMERICA
(NATIONAL) Unsettled weather will expand across the West through the next couple of days with heavy mountain snows over the Four-Corners and along the Cascades, a low-pressure system will trigger an expanding area of showers and thunderstorms over the Central/Southern Plains, and unseasonably mild and mostly tranquil weather for the eastern half of the country to start the week.
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