Tahlequah Daily Press

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April 11, 2014

Friday, April 11: GOOD EVENING!

TAHLEQUAH — One more pass through the pages coming up in Sunday's Press: Tribe launches online art database; Cherokees celebrate environmental fest; CASA, Hope House Rally Against Child Abuse; Leadership Tahlequah hosting Duck Race; Students page for Brown; Tahlequah elementary students get Gold Cards; NSU preps for Seminary Hall anniversary; NSU students elected to OSGA positions; Habitat Women Build; community calendar; NRS Women on Target shooting clinic; Mary's Liquor raises awareness; NeoHealth offers stress tips; Rural Smallholders to host spring show; NSU emergency manager receives CEM designation; CN Gaming Commission staffers get new posts; Financial help available at Hulbert Library; open house workshops set at area lakes; and weekly columns by Roger Williams, Heather Winn and John Juilfs.

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