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October 11, 2013

Friday, Oct. 11: GOOD EVENING!

TAHLEQUAH — We sure hope you will drop by the OKsWagen festival this weekend. And if you pick up a copy of the Sunday Press, you can read, in addition to the stories we've already told you about, these pieces: Sean Rowley's report from the Hulbert Town Council meeting; a story on the possibly rabid kittens (see post below) and other courts and crime news from Josh Newton; the community calendar; CN wastewater project; pink Hard Rock merchandise; Business Landscaping Awards from the garden club; Halloween festival at Har-Ber Village; CN seeks veterans' memorabilia; weekly columns from Heather Winn, John Juilfs and Roger Williams; and more.

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Do you think "blue laws" related to Sunday alcohol sales in Oklahoma should be relaxed? Choose the option that most closely reflects your opinion.

Alcoholic drinks should be sold Sundays in restaurants and bars, and liquor stores should be open.
Alcoholic drinks should be sold Sundays in restaurants and bars only; liquor stores should stay closed.
Liquor stores should be open Sundays, but drinks should not be served anywhere on Sundays.
The law should remain as it is now; liquor stores should be closed, and drinks should be served on Sundays according to county option.
No alcohol should be sold or served publicly on Sundays.
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