Barry Switzer to oversee new museum


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Updated: 1/19 6:05 pm Published: 1/19 11:50 am


Former University of Oklahoma football coach Barry Switzer is among three members appointed to a board of directors overseeing the development of a new museum.

The board is a state agency created to help develop the American Indian cultural center and museum in Oklahoma City.

Joining Switzer as new members are Shawnee tribe chief Ron Sparkman and former Secretary of Commerce Bob Burke.

Once its finished the $170 million museum will pay tribute to the nearly 40 tribes in Oklahoma.

Right now it's only about half-way finished and they are raising the money needed to complete it.


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Mayor Maynot - 1/19/2014 1:40 PM
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They gonna have a moonshine still in yere ?!?!
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