For Rogers State University recent graduate Kirby Scott, from Enid, graduating cum laude was a monumental achievement despite a discouraging diagnosis of autism at an early age.
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It’s a trend that dates back to WWI, when libraries wanted to aid in providing food to their community. Now, conditions have changed but the passion to serve hasn’t. Recently, Inola’s library staff sought and received permission from the city to start a community garden.
TAHLEQUAH — Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. and Deputy Chief Bryan Warner signed an executive order Tuesday providing all Cherokee Nation government employees with a total of two hours of paid mental wellness leave each month. Chief Hoskin also announced future plans to build walking trails at tribal facilities for employees and citizens to improve their physical and mental health.