The number of students at Haskell Indian Junior College for the fall of 1984 was only 770, a drop of 165 from the fall term. Officials were uncertain for the fall off and planned to investigate. Gerald Gipp was president.
Updated valuation figures were bringing million-dollar smiles to the faces of Douglas County officials. The final 1984 county valuation total was $202,905,493, nearly $2 million above the 1983 figure, said budget director Darlene Hill. This was due to bring a drop in county tax rates, in some cases as much as one mill.