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Leaks at the Peak

Record-breaking rainfall from Monday, June 6 to Wednesday, June 8 caused damage to the new Peak Innovation Center where high-tech equipment is housed. Martin Mahan, Fort Smith Public School deputy superintendent and Shawn Shaffer, supervisor of facilities, gave a presentation to school board members on the damage the center endured. ...
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Student Spotlight: Daxon Shackelford ’24 from Muldrow, Oklahoma

Tell me a little bit about where you are from. What is your hometown like? What was your high school like?. Aside from the Sonic Drive-In, which is in pretty much every small Oklahoma town, Muldrow consists of two stop lights, a church, and the high school. Even though it sits just off of I-40, if you blink, you’ll miss the entire town and never be the wiser. The town’s population is around 3,500 people, and most people work at the chicken plant in town or own farmland – it is the exemplification of a working class town.
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Cherokee tribes gather for annual Tri-Council meeting

TAHLEQUAH – Renewing their annual gathering, officials for the Cherokee Nation, Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians and the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians met at The Venue in Tahlequah on June 23 for the 2022 Cherokee Tri-Council meeting, hosted by the UKB. The Tri-Council produced three resolutions addressing...
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Fort Smith school officials discuss Peak flooding

The Fort Smith Public Schools Board of Education learned at its regular meeting Monday (June 27) that water came into the district’s Peak Innovation Center during record rainfall June 7 from two sources. Shawn Shaffer, FSPS executive director of facility operations, told board members that possible solutions to keep...
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