Tahlequah Daily Press

News Updates

February 19, 2013

Tuesday, Feb. 19: Good afternoon!

BRIGGS — Here's a small look into what you'll find in Wednesday's Daily Press:

• Josh Newton will have the latest information in the investigation into a pit bulldog's death last week in Cherokee County.

• Josh also sat down with Tahlequah's new assistant fire chief, Ted Kupsick, and has a feature on his 20-plus years with the fire department.

• Rob Anderson has a couple of stories, including an update on the Red Fern Festival and a some advice on planning early for your summer vacations.

• Teddye Snell will be on hand for an Oklahoma Scenic Rivers Commission meeting, and Josh will report from tonight's mid-month meeting of the Tahlequah City Council.

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