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March 28, 2013

Thursday, March 28: GOOD EVENING!

TAHLEQUAH — Friday's paper is packed with loads of interesting stuff, and looks like the Sunday Press will be similarly endowed. Here are some more topics on the pages Friday: a warrant issued for a woman who failed to appear; a woman who escaped custody while handcuffed; "persons of interest" sought in an Adair County death; a possible stabbing; letters to the editor from Cherokee Chief Bill John Baker and another area writer; the Keys School speech team takes honors; another FFA award for K.C. Barnes; a list of OSSM math contest winners; a roundup of upcoming meetings; Dr. Brent Rotton's Medical Minutes column; and a feature story on a local man who worked to learn the art of horse-shoeing.

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