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Nov 12, 2001 Tribes seek new tenant for school — Daily Oklahoman
The Indian school on the prairie stands empty once again. Chilocco, once active with American Indian youth learning skills for life now is quiet, its century-old limestone buildings sagging. Tribal leaders know the value of the site north of Newkirk, both cultural and economic, and are trying to find a new tenant. Narconon, a drug-treatment center that uses the teachings of Church of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, has moved its drug and alcohol treatment center from Chilocco to Arrowhead Lodge ...
Aug 19, 2001 Rehabilitation center moves to Lake Eufaula — The Oklahoman
EUFAULA — Narconon Arrowhead, the drug rehabilitation and international training center formerly known as Narconon Chilocco Center near Newkirk, has relocated to Lake Eufaula. The center, considered the with a ribbon cutting and barbecue. The relocation was necessary because of expansion. Narconon now has centers in 29 countries. Its mission is "to eradicate the problem of drug and alcohol abuse internationally through effective rehabilitation and education.' Narconon uses an approach developed by author and humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard. The Eufaula center, ...
Aug 17, 2001 Narconon to open Eufaula facility // Campus will have 230 beds — Channel 5 (Oklahoma)
Channel 5 (Oklahoma)
Eufaula, Okla. — An international drug rehabilitation program will more than double its bed space in Oklahoma when it opens in a former state lodge in eastern Oklahoma. Narconon Arrowhead is to open a 230-bed campus Saturday on Lake Eufaula with federal and international drug rehabilitation experts on hand. The center has operated since 1990 as the Chilocco New Life Center with a 105-bed facility in Newkirk. Narconon uses saunas, vitamins and a special diet as part of a three-month program ...
Jul 1, 2001 Controversial drug treatment center moving — The Oklahoman
Newkirk — In 1989, Newkirk residents prepared for a battle to stop the establishment of a drug and alcohol treatment program north of their town. It was an often bitter fight through the court system that lasted almost three years. Then, Narconon International received its certification in 1992 to establish a treatment center six miles north of Newkirk leased from five Indian tribes. Now, Narconon is closing its Newkirk branch in favor of combining the entire treatment site at Arrowhead Lodge ...
Mar 1, 2001 Spot the difference — The Guardian (UK)
Feb 22, 2001 Faith-Based Welfare Puzzles Televangelist / He fears public funding of cults — San Francisco Chronicle (California)
Feb 20, 2001 Bush's Call to Church Groups To Get Untraditional Replies — New York Times
Jan 22, 2001 Scientologist Web site rips off urban75.com — The Register (UK) More:
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