When Choctaw Academy's roof collapsed last winter, it also destroyed part of the back wall. Tressa Brown, the Kentucky Heritage Council's African American and Native American Commission coordinator, surveyed the damage in April.
When Choctaw Academy's roof collapsed last winter, it also destroyed part of the back wall. Tressa Brown, the Kentucky Heritage Council's African American and Native American Commission coordinator, surveyed the damage in April. Tom Eblen teblen@herald-leader.com
When Choctaw Academy's roof collapsed last winter, it also destroyed part of the back wall. Tressa Brown, the Kentucky Heritage Council's African American and Native American Commission coordinator, surveyed the damage in April. Tom Eblen teblen@herald-leader.com

After roof caved in, there’s finally a plan to save ‘monumental’ Native American school

December 16, 2016 11:32 AM

UPDATED December 17, 2016 07:24 PM

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