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November 1, 2013

Friday, Nov. 1: GOOD EVENING!

HULBERT — Let's make one last sweep of the Sunday Press lineup: Yards of the Month for June (technical difficulties prevented the garden club from getting us all the material until now); psychic medium to appear at The Joint; Methodist Women plan Fall Festival; 'Annie Week' a joint project with TPS groups; Woodall School robotics team events; weekly community calendar (What's Happening); CN employee shares MS tale; CN license plates to expand to more areas; BancFirst feted; NeoHealth raises awareness; CNB names Garrett vice president; and weekly columns by Heather Winn, John Juilfs and Roger Williams. That's not counting the courts and crime stuff from Josh Newton, a complaint filed against a Cherokee Nation offiicial, and a water quality meeting.

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