Tahlequah Daily Press

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April 12, 2013

Friday, April 12: GOOD EVENING!

TAHLEQUAH — Sure, we've already told you a little of what's in Sunday's Press. But there's more. Josh Newton's got a story about a home invasion, an arrest after a traffic stop, and a project downtown that's causing some controversy. Rob Anderson has the Keys School Board and Hulbert City Council meetings. And inside we've also got these items: Woodall and Park Hill OHCE reports; the community calendar; tons of briefs on upcoming events; a support group forming for Native writers; a local veteran getting a Purple Heart; National Library Week feature; Cherokee Nation's cash disbursement to area schools; a noted author coming to NSU; a feature on how TCH is working to combat poor health in this area; and weekly columns by Heather Winn, Roger Williams and John Juilfs.

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