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December 6, 2013

Friday, Dec. 6: GOOD EVENING!

TAHLEQUAH — Among the stuff in Sunday's Press:

• Josh Newton has a weather update.

• Josh also has a drug bust, and an update on the hunter who was shot.

• Sean Rowley dropped by the FUMC bell ringers practice this week.

• Sean also has a piece for you on long-term care.

Other items: weekly columns from John Juilfs and Roger Williams; new surgeon at TCH; employee profile at CNE; DAR member speaks to Kiwanis Club; Scintas comedy show; local author in fair; VITA tax preparation; and more.

STAY SAFE, and have a good weekend. ~Kim

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