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Tribal college graduates get cultural degrees

May 27, 2012 By Martin Reed, Staff Writer

Karen Smith decided to enrolled at the Wind River Tribal College in Ethete to learn about the Northern Arapaho's rich culture.

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Wind River Tribal College graduates Karen Smith and Layha Spoonhunter, both earning an associate's degree in Arapaho studies, were the focus of the sixth annual graduation ceremony on May 18. Photo by Martin Reed

Wind River Tribal College graduates Karen Smith and Layha Spoonhunter, both earning an associate's degree in Arapaho studies, were the focus of the sixth annual graduation ceremony on May 18. Photo by Martin Reed


Wind River Tribal College graduates Karen Smith and Layha Spoonhunter, both earning an associate's degree in Arapaho studies, were the focus of the sixth annual graduation ceremony on May 18. Photo by Martin Reed

Wind River Tribal College graduates Karen Smith and Layha Spoonhunter, both earning an associate's degree in Arapaho studies, were the focus of the sixth annual graduation ceremony on May 18. Photo by Martin Reed

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