Monthly Archives: May 2014

Leland Bearskin honored on Memorial Day

The Wyandotte Nation Honor Guard honored U.S. Air Force Major (Ret.) Leland Bearskin (Sept. 11, 1921 – Oct. 5, 1993) Monday, May 26 at the Wyandotte Indian Cemetery during a special ceremony. Leland was the twin brother of Chief Leaford Bearskin. … Continue reading

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Pronouncing Waⁿdat Words 3

The last two language blogs were about the pronunciation of the vowels, oral vowels in Pronouncing Waⁿdat Words 1, and nasal vowels in Pronouncing Waⁿdat Words 2. This time we’re moving on to the consonants. Most of the consonants are … Continue reading

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Wyandotte students receive awards for essays on prescription abuse

WYANDOTTE, Okla. — Three Wyandotte Middle School students placed in the top three spots of an essay contest for the Northeast Oklahoma region sponsored by the Oklahoma Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP). Wyandotte Nation Tribal Police Department Chief Ken … Continue reading

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Wyandotte Nation building new Splash Pad in community

In an effort to enhance the community in Wyandotte, the Wyandotte Nation has moved forward on plans to build a Splash Pad near tribal housing and new Heritage Acres Community Center. Wyandotte Nation Housing Director Kathy DeWeese said the contract … Continue reading

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