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An art collection appraised at more that $20,000 - including 13 original paintings and 34 prints - has been donated to the Five Civilized Tribes Museum in Muskogee.
A news release said the collection was donated by Doris Littrell, owner of the Oklahoma Indian Art Gallery, Oklahoma City. Works in the collection were painted by Robert Annesley, Virginia Stroud, Gary Montgomery, Wally Crumbo, Bill Rabbit and Solomon McCombs.
The collection will be on display through mid-February, the news release said.
Cameron University in Lawton is using a statewide telecommunications system, OneNet, to transmit 10 courses from Lawton to the Duncan Higher Educational Center this spring.
Cameron is using OneNet to deliver day and evening courses to the Duncan facility, including consumer economics, college algebra, corporate and organizational communication, broadcasting fundamentals, governmental accounting, graduate research, persuasion, post-Civil War U.S. history and two early childhood courses.
Educational Outreach also plans to deliver a persuasion course to Altus during the second half of the spring semester, when the equipment is installed.
Instructor and students at both sites may interact. OneNet allows Stephens and Jackson County residents to take college classes without driving to Lawton, program coordinator Kathleen Glenn said in a news release.
Cameron also is receiving a counseling course offered by East Central University in Ada.
In addition to East Central, the Lawton university has agreements with Western Oklahoma State College, Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford and the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma at Chickasha to share courses.
For more information, call educational outreach at (405) 581-2280.Archive ID: 671429