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May 7, 2013

Tuesday, May 7: GOOD EVENING!

TAHLEQUAH — Here are a few more reasons to buy Wednesday's Press: a couple of courts and crime stories from Josh Newton; a couple of good letters to the editor by Dr. Robert McQuitty and Michael Stopp; a feature on the Humane Society's upcoming auction fundraiser; a feature on a U.S. senator who toured the Cherokee Nation; Friends of the Library to host Dr. Brad Agnew this week; THS art contest winners named; photos from Camp Grey Squirrel; weekly reports from our church news correspondents, plus Gene Ruth Brumback's column, and more.

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