Tahlequah Daily Press

News Updates

November 2, 2012

Friday, Nov. 2: GOOD MORNING!

Here are a few of the stories we've planned for Sunday's Press:

• Rob Anderson has a conversation with Hulbert's oldest resident, who will be the grand marshal of the town's Christmas parade.

Teddye Snell has a retrospective on Help-In-Crisis Executive Director Deana Franke, who is retiring soon.

• Renee Fites takes a look at a special group of drummers at NSU.

• In advance of Monday night's meeting, Josh Newton talks to Mayor Jason Nichols about the proposed sales tax.

Have a great weekend!

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