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Teen murder confession, respecting sovereignty, and the crafted key
VNN Weekly Digest August 29-September 4
Here’s a look at the week’s top stories:
Teen’s boyfriend admits to murdering her
(CHICKASAW NATION) Nearly three years after 17-year-old Faith Lindsey went missing, her adult boyfriend has admitted to murdering her.
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Tulsa event brings tribal sovereignty front and center of political arena
(MUSCOGEE NATION) The first of two United Indian Nations of Oklahoma (UINO) candidate forums kicked off in Tulsa on Tuesday. “Respecting Tribal Sovereignty” began with an opening prayer from UINO Treasurer Bruce Pratt and a host tribe welcome from Muscogee Creek Nation Chief David Hill.
“The Crafted Key” turns creativity into adventure
(NEW YORK) Buffalo native Nicole Brown is using creativity to craft immersive experiences for people all over the East Coast. What started as a hobby for Brown and her husband has now become a unique business: The Crafted Key.
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WEATHER ACROSS AMERICA
(NATIONAL) Excessive heat and fire weather concerns continue to impact a large portion of the West and northern High Plains, Heavy rain and the threat of flash flooding extends from southern New England to the western Gulf Coast, and isolated severe thunderstorm and flash flood chances over the Southwest.
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