TAHLEQUAH — Have a few more things in Thursday's Press for you: A story from Joplin, Mo., on how THS coach Elzy Miller is involved in a project to identify the remains of a relative who died in World War II; the second in a series on the Oklahoma Marriage Initiative, and how it may or may not work; courts and crime news from Josh Newton, including an update on the hunter who was shot; a piece from Sean Rowley on utility hazards during winter weather; information on free ice-skating for Help-In-Crisis kids; and some information on closures. ~Kim
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Thursday, April 17: Good afternoon!
Here's a sampling from Friday's Press:
Wednesday, April 16: GOOD EVENING!
We've got more in Thursday's Press:
Wednesday, April 16: GOOD AFTERNOON!
Again, an abundance of courts and crime news pushed back a story or two. A look at some of what's coming in Thursday's Press:
Tuesday, April 15: GOOD MORNING!
We had so much news for Tuesday's paper that we had to hold Teddye Snell's story on the Trail of Tears art show. We'll also have these stories for Wednesday:
Monday, April 14: GOOD EVENING!
Our Tuesday papers are getting even bigger: 20 pages tomorrow!
Monday, April 14: GOOD AFTERNOON!
Egads... a reader reminded me I haven't told you about what we're writing for Tuesday's Press. Here's a start:
Friday, April 11: GOOD EVENING!
One more pass through the pages coming up in Sunday's Press:
Friday, April 11: GOOD MORNING!
Just a few stories, among many, for Sunday's Press:
Thursday, April 10: GOOD EVENING!
A bit more in Friday's Press:
Thursday, April 10: GOOD MORNING!
Here's what's percolating for Friday's Press:
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- Thursday, April 17: Good afternoon!