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August 18, 2012

Saturday, Aug. 18: GOOD AFTERNOON!

TAHLEQUAH — What's up for Sunday's Press? Check out these stories:

• Josh Newton will have an update on the double homicide, including some startling information about previous violations of one suspect, and the court appearance of both from Friday.

• Rob Anderson was at the TPWA meeting.

• Teddye Snell will have the next in her ongoing series on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act – this one prescription medications.

• Bob Gibbins was at an event Friday evening at Go Ye Village honoring veterans.

• Jean Havens was at the Rock and Mineral Club's annual show Saturday.

Have a great weekend!

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