• The state of education

    The state of education0

    Jessica McBride/Managing Editor Oklahoma, Texas teachers talk education OKMULGEE, Oklahoma — The Red River Rivalry extends to much more than one college football game each year. Each Texan and Oklahoman has a joke in their pocket to rattle off about why their state is superior to the other. Just ask. During the Oklahoma teacher walkout

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  • Botballin’

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    Liz Gray/Reporter Local schools participate in robotics competition TULSA, Oklahoma — The Muscogee (Creek) Nation held its Junior Botball Challenge May 12 at the Exchange Center in Tulsa. The spring event had an estimated 135 teams for the Junior Botball Challenge and nine teams participating in the Botball invitational. “We’re seeing kindergartners and fifth graders

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  • Bacone announces temporary closure, layoffs

    Bacone announces temporary closure, layoffs0

    Lenzy Krehbiel-Burton/Mvskoke Media Correspondent College to search for funding MUSKOGEE, Oklahoma — An historically American Indian college will be closing its doors on an interim basis as it attempts to get its finances in order. Facing a debt of more than $2 million, Bacone College administrators announced May 8 that the school will temporarily suspend

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  • Citizen speaks about advocating at capitol

    Citizen speaks about advocating at capitol0

    “What people know now is what legislators who are not voting correctly for education in Oklahoma.” – Blanchard Educator and Muscogee (Creek) citizen Desiree Booker said.

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  • ICYMI: Images from the Oklahoma teacher walkout

    ICYMI: Images from the Oklahoma teacher walkout0

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Teachers across the state of Oklahoma walked out of their classrooms April 2 in protest of education funding and salaries. Some teachers held a protest at the Oklahoma Capitol, various streets in Tulsa and around different communities in the state. As of April 9, a number of schools in Oklahoma remained closed

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  • Cutting class

    Cutting class0

      Jessica McBride/Managing Editor Oklahoma teachers skip school to protest education funding OKLAHOMA CITY — Teachers across the state of Oklahoma walked out of their classrooms and charged the Capitol April 2 in protest of education funding and teachers’ salaries. Tens of thousands of parents, students and administrators braved the cold to join the march,

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