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December 2, 2013

Monday, Dec. 2: GOOD EVENING!

TAHLEQUAH — A few more things in Tuesday's Press: Several courts-and-crime stories by Josh Newton, plus an update on a hunter who is recovering from a gunshot wound; a look at the Wright home, which is on the AAUW holiday homes tour; reminder of upcoming TCP auditions; Humane Society spay-and-neuter clinic; a bunch of community briefs; Lisa Presley's Superintendent's Corner column, and the calendar of events for Tahlequah Public Schools. ~Kim

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