Cherokee Bike Ride Traces Trail Of Tears /
Popular Chamber Summer Movies End /
Collinsville (& State) Voters Reject Barresi
As Repeat State School Supt.
Movie Series Ends With Packed Plaza
|"The Lego Movie"
was a big hit June 26th at Collinsville Chamber of Commerce's final free
outdoor plaza event for the summer. If you enjoyed this activity, Thank
the Collinsville Chamber of Commerce and their sponsors. If you have suggestion
for other activities contact the Chamber.
Schools Will Have A New State Superintendent Next Year
The Health Center posted their results where Barresi's total was covered
by an old piece of paper/tape from a previous election ... but the Tulsa
News has already called her defeat losing to both her Republican opponents.
Also calling Lankford's win. I'm also guessing that endorsements by the
former Gov. and Barry Switzer were a boost to Dr. Deskin. -- Ted 8:45pm
School Supt. Vote
|Remember the Removal
Bike Ride Return
|From Left to Right:
Chance Rudolph, 17, of Claremore (Homeschool), Elizabeth Burns, 17, Claremore
(Claremore High School), Adriana Collins, 21, Claremore (University of
Oklahoma), Cara Cowan Watts, Cherokee Nation Tribal Council District 13,
Madison Taylor, 17, Claremore (Verdigris High School & Rogers State
University), Noah Collins of Claremore, Zane
Scullawl, 18, Collinsville (Oologah High School) and Lee Keener,
Cherokee Nation Tribal Council District 14 at the May 28, 2014 Send-Off
|NEWS RELEASE TEXT:
On Thursday, June
19, 2014 at 2pm, the Cherokee Nation will be celebrating the return
of our young leaders. Councilwoman Cara Cowan Watts and Councilman Lee
Keener invite Cherokee Nation citizens of Rogers and Tulsa County to
join them and our riders' family and friends in Tahlequah at the return
ceremony on the Cherokee Nation Courthouse Square, 101 South Muskogee
Avenue, Tahlequah. In case of rain, the Remember the Removal Bike Ride
return ceremony will be held at the Tahlequah Armory Municipal Building,
100 North Water Avenue.
Cara Cowan Watts
(6/15/2014) -- caracowan.com