Proclamation for Washita Day

CHEYENNE, Oklahoma: Last year, on November 27, 2018, Chris Barton, Mayor of the Town of Cheyenne, proclaimed November 27th as ‘Washita Day.’ The purpose was to commemorate the 150th of the Washita, and to encourage local residents and Oklahoma citizens to visit the park annually on November 27th to remember our shared American heritage. Please take a moment to walk the newly renovated trail, contemplate our blessings, give thanks to others, and remember those in our shared history. Below is the Proclamation. WHEREAS, The National Park Service preserves unimpaired the natural and cultural resources and values of the national park…

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Terry Duncan is the owner of Cut-n-Shoot Outdoors, located at 102 S Cearlock in Cheyenne, Oklahoma. Cut-n-Shoot is a veteran owned business dedicated to bringing

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