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August 3, 2012

Friday, Aug. 3: GOOD AFTERNOON

TAHLEQUAH — We have lots of good features coming up in the next couple of weeks, but for now, we'll stick with Sunday's Press:

• Josh Newton takes a look at what's up in the back-to-school arena for Tahlequah High School and Tahlequah Middle School.

• Jean Havens gets up you to snuff on what Tahlequah Ballet's doing this season.

• Teddye Snell has the fourth in her series on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. This week, she examines insurance premiums, and how PPACA could affect those.

• Rob Anderson covered a school board meeting at Keys.

Have a great weekend!

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