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March 5, 2014

Wednesday, March 5: GOOD EVENING!

TAHLEQUAH — Teddye Snell's open meeting story will be delayed one day, but we have other stuff in Thursday's Press: I talked to Game Warden Brady May about a local bear population study; Sean Rowley will tell you about a place where brush may be blocking driver vision; Polar Plungers from Sequoyah; Ballenger's history to be touted; Roaix gives 'Humor in Genealogy' program; Writers distribute Work of the Month; TCP production to take stage in April; and Thompson House receives donations. ~K

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