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Comanche Nation fixing roads at several SWOK schools

Comanche Nation fixing roads at several SWOK schools
By Will Hutchison
Updated February 24 at 2:43 PM

ELGIN, Okla. (TNN) - Several smaller school districts across southwest Oklahoma are getting new roads thanks to the Comanche Nation.

The final inspection was done Thursday afternoon for a project at Elgin Public Schools, who served as the guinea pig for the Comanche Nation as they looked to find a way to fix up roads at schools.

For the last two years, the Comanche Nation Transportation Department has been working to build new roads at local schools for one simple reason.

"Safety. Safety for students. I’ve been on this campus before we did the work and it was pretty rough. It just makes it safe for the students, emergency vehicles might have to come in here. It’s just better for everybody,” said Comanche Nation Transportation Director Adrian Tehauno... FULL ARTICLE

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