Washita

The Headquarters of the National Park Service is located in the Department of the Interior Building in Washington D.C. Founded in 1849, it currently employs more than 70,000 professionals and stewards one-fifth of the nation’s lands. Inside, there are more than 40 painted murals in which Oklahoma is greatly represented. One mural, named “Indian and Soldier,” by Maynard Dixon, has a striking similarity of Custer and a Scout having a conversation with two Native Americans. According to Dixon, the Chief’s gesture states, “This is our land. You shall drive us no further.” “Ceremonial Dance,” by Stephen Mopope, is a celebration…

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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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