Tahlequah Daily Press

News Updates

March 11, 2014

Tuesday, March 11: GOOD EVENING!

TAHLEQUAH — More in Wednesday's Press: courts and crime news from Josh Newton; Local churches team up for Lenten services; Journalist, political analyst to give Adair lecture; Sequoyah, Woodall to host chess tournament; Woodall chess player meets with success; NSU’s Ovation Awards cereony slated for April 5; 'Kick Butts Day' approaching; Gene Ruth Brumback's weekly column; and reports from our church news correspondents.

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