Sallisaw Schools go virtual

Following his announcement Friday that Sallisaw Schools would be going virtual due to coronavirus cases, Sallisaw School Superintendent Randy Wood said with the exception of a few issues that need to be addressed, Sallisaw’s virtual and blended classes were otherwise going well on the students’ first day Tuesday.

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Cherokee officials break ground for new Belfonte Community Center

Cherokee Nation Councilman Daryl Legg said he could not be more excited about Cherokee Nation’s plan to launch $25 million in new construction projects for community buildings including the groundbreaking held Tuesday for the one in Belfonte Community.

Legg, Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. Deputy Principal Chief Bryan Warner, and other Cherokee Nation tribal officials took part in the groundbreaking which will replace the old community center built in 1976.


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