Tahlequah Daily Press

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March 11, 2013

Monday, March 11: GOOD AFTERNOON!

TAHLEQUAH — It's the second Monday of the month, which means it's one of our busiest news days. We'll be covering Tahlequah School Board, Hulbert School Board, Tahlequah City Hospital Board, and Cherokee Nation Tribal Council – and depending on what happens, you'll get those reports in either Tuesday's or Wednesday's Press. Other stories we're working on for you:

• Rob Anderson takes a look at legislation to allow horse slaughterhouses in Oklahoma.

• Teddye Snell drops by a scarf-making workshop.

• Renee Fite has her monthly volunteer profile, and this one's on Cindy Farmer.

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