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March 6, 2013

Wednesday, March 6: GOOD AFTERNOON!

TAHLEQUAH — The Thursday paper is "tight" (meaning the newshole in the print edition is small), but we've planned these stories:

• Sooner or later, everyone has to make final arrangements. A lot of us aren't sure just what "cremation" entails, so Teddye Snell as talked to David Dick, of Green Country Funeral Home, about that option (and she's talking to the other funeral homes in Tahlequah, too).

• Rob Anderson talks to the Red Cross about what it does here, and some upcoming projects.

• Rob will also take a look at Women in Construction Week.

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