Reign of Terror files, NAHM events, and new academy worries
VNN Weekly Digest November 13-19
Here’s a look at the week’s top stories:
The National Archives at Fort Worth digitizes Osage Reign of Terror files
(NATIONAL) What was once nearly impossible to get, has now been made public. Throughout November, the National Archives at Fort Worth, Texas is highlighting its recently digitized collection of case files from the Osage Reign of Terror. The release of Martin Scorsese’s “Killers of the Flower Moon” is causing organizations and institutions far and wide to share information related to the Osage.
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Native American Heritage Month events in Oklahoma
(MUSCOGEE NATION) As Native American Heritage Month continues, don’t miss out on opportunities to celebrate in Indian Country this November.
Mixed feelings for some as 8th grade academy proceeds
(OKLAHOMA) It’s been more than a year since the Broken Arrow Public Schools said it planned to build a new 8th grade academy on the Sequoyah Middle School campus, but the construction is moving forward. The $30 million project has gone out for bid and is expected to include a two-story classroom building, additional cafeteria space, an upgraded parking area and potentially some sports facilities.
WEATHER ACROSS AMERICA
(NATIONAL) Unsettled weather expands across the western U.S. with strong winds, high-elevation snows, and coastal and lower-elevation rains, an expanding area of showers and thunderstorms across the central and eastern U.S., and above average temperatures for the South and the Northern Plains.
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