Washita

Can native animals and plants be intrusive? They sure can! Back in 2015, we had an invasion of Barn Swallows in our Overlook structure. So much so, that we had to quarantine the structure and not allow access due to the dangers of bird guano, mites, and possible disease. That structure no longer exists, but the new pavilion may suffer the same fate – a conference of the birds – nesting, guano, feathers, and other debris. As such, soffits, a protective covering, will be installed in the pavilion over the next few weeks. Although we love to see and protect…

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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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