Tahlequah Daily Press

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February 27, 2013

TPWA workers praised

TAHLEQUAH — Editor, Daily Press:

We want to thank the TPWA employees who came out Saturday morning, Feb. 9.

Our power suddenly went out; only ours. The initial technician arrived quickly, leaving his son’s wrestling tournament, and diagnosed the problem – our main line from the pole had failed. A crew was quickly assembled and a new line was run. We appreciate so much their help on a cold and windy day.

We’re sorry to have taken them from their families and weekend activities, but are thankful for their dedication.

Dan, Cathy, Meredith and Mulligan Cott

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