Gamma Delta Pi Summer Gathering

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Correction of Erroneous News Report

Lawton Indian Health Service:   "A local TV station published an erroneous report regarding an IHS effort to expand healthcare options. The story has now been corrected. Please review our announcement here (http://go.usa.gov/xayDz). This policy was developed in response to requests from tribal leaders. IHS remains committed to providing quality healthcare for American Indians and Alaska Natives."   Posted per Secretary-Treasurer, Jerry Tahsequah...

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Dallas Outreach Event

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July 21st Early Voting

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Walters Service Club Homecoming Gourd Dance

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Injury Prevention Fan Distribution Rescheduled

Injury Prevention will not be in Walters today to distribute fans and the fan distribution has been rescheduled. Injury Prevention will be in Walters on July 13th from 10am to 12pm. If you or anyone you know requires immediate assistance please call Injury Prevention directly at (580) 492-3344....

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Comanche Nation College Placement Testing

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Esa Rosa Descendants Appreciation Powwow

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About The Comanche Nation

Comanche tribal enrollment now numbers 16,372 with approximately 7,763 members residing in the Lawton-Ft.Sill and surrounding areas of Southwest Oklahoma. The Comanche Nation complex is located nine miles north of Lawton, Oklahoma and employs about four-hundred people.

 

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The Comanche Nation Constitution (PDF).

 

Contact Emergency Management

 

Hotline: 580-492-3628

 

emergencymanagement@comanchenation.com

 

CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT FACEBOOK PAGE

 

Contact Us

Ph: (580) 492 3240
Fax: (580) 492 3796

Toll Free: 1 877 492 4988

info@comanchenation.com

Mailing Address

P.O. Box 908

Lawton, OK 73502

 

Physical Address

584 NW Bingo Road

Lawton, OK 73507

Gamma Delta Pi Summer Gathering PDF Print E-mail

Gamma Delta Pi

 
Correction of Erroneous News Report PDF Print E-mail

Lawton Indian Health Service:

 

"A local TV station published an erroneous report regarding an IHS effort to expand healthcare options.

The story has now been corrected.

Please review our announcement here. This policy was developed in response to requests from tribal leaders.

IHS remains committed to providing quality healthcare for American Indians and Alaska Natives."

 

Posted per Secretary-Treasurer, Jerry Tahsequah

 
Dallas Outreach Event PDF Print E-mail

Dallas Outreach Event

 
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