Tahlequah Daily Press

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February 5, 2014

Cheers for pound rescue

TAHLEQUAH — Editor, Daily Press:

Cheers for Shirley Nicholsen and Izzy. The pound guys are great, even if we don’t agree sometimes.

Recently I took my dog to the vet. There was a kitten, age 12 weeks, for adoption. He was thrown from a moving car. The vet had to amputate the kitten’s left leg and cut off his tail. I fell in love with him and brought him home with me.  He is a great little guy and doesn’t realize he is handicapped. Thanks to the wonderful vet, Dr. Amber Horn, who knew someone would love him.

Shame on the person who threw Nike away. I hope someday you will be punished.

Phyllis Wilfong



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Do you think "blue laws" related to Sunday alcohol sales in Oklahoma should be relaxed? Choose the option that most closely reflects your opinion.

Alcoholic drinks should be sold Sundays in restaurants and bars, and liquor stores should be open.
Alcoholic drinks should be sold Sundays in restaurants and bars only; liquor stores should stay closed.
Liquor stores should be open Sundays, but drinks should not be served anywhere on Sundays.
The law should remain as it is now; liquor stores should be closed, and drinks should be served on Sundays according to county option.
No alcohol should be sold or served publicly on Sundays.
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