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August 31, 2012

Friday, Aug. 31: GOOD MORNING!

TAHLEQUAH — We have LOTS of stuff for you in Sunday's Press, what with the Cherokee National Holiday and all. Take a gander:

• Jean Havens drops by the Thompson House Flea Market to see what's on sale.

• Bob Gibbins will be covering Chief Bill John's State of the Nation address.

• Rob Anderson will be checking out some traditional Cherokee cooking; hope you can join him!

• Josh Newton will be talking to Holiday visitors, and he'll have plenty of photos from all the action.

• Teddye Snell will have the next part of her ongoing health care series; this installment's on Medicaid.

Have a fun and safe Labor Day weekend! ~Kim

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