Tahlequah Daily Press

News Updates

October 21, 2013

Monday, Oct. 21 - GOOD MORNING!

TAHLEQUAH — Good morning! It feels like fall outside! Here's what we're working on for tomorrow:

• Jean Havens attended the Murrell Home's third Saturday Living History program.

• Renee Fite interviewed Norma Boren for her "Where Are They Now" series.

• Sean Rowley will have a report on the Keys High School bandroom.

• Josh Newton will be attending Tahlequah City Council tonight.

• Teddye Snell will have a report from the Cherokee Nation Tribal Council, and hopefully a story about bra decorating at NSU to raise awareness about breast cancer.

Have a great day!

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What to you think of a state Legislature proposal to forbid cities from raising the minimum wage? Choose the closest to your opinion.

The federal government should set the minimum wage across the board.
States should be allowed to raise their minimum wages, but not cities.
Both states and cities should be allowed to raise their minimum wages.
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There should be no minimum wage at all.
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