Washita

In February, Stephen Jones, an amazing artist, passed away. Graciously, he loaned the park two magnificent sculptures, the bust of Black Kettle and a maquette, or scale model statue of Black Kettle. Jones had a dream to create a life size bronze version of his maquette and donate it to the park. He believed the statue would indicate the honor that should be bestowed upon such a great leader. This would not be unlike the Lincoln Memorial or the Thomas Jefferson Memorial, where larger than life, or colossal statues, of these great men reside. Stephen Jones will be missed. In…

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Area Academic Meet

Leedey Highschool Academic team wins the area academic meet advancing them to state. (Front row left to right)- Coach Carrie Ward, Senior Jake Craig, Senior

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New Science Lab

Cheyenne Public Schools has a new Science Lab that has more space and equipment for experiments. Eighth grade students are pictured doing a cell investigation

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NSDAR Meetings

January 10, 2022, at the Café Clinton the Washita Chapter met with the Regent Carol Ann Batterton with the assistance of the Chaplain opened the

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