Tahlequah Daily Press

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November 21, 2012

Wednesday, Nov. 21: GOOD MORNING!

Tahlequah — Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, so we'll have no Thursday paper. However, we'll be back in queue for Friday, and here are a few things we've planned:

• Rob Anderson has the story on the new Keys band program, which we originally planned for Tuesday (but ran out of room).

• Rob will also take a look at National Home Care and Hospice Month.

• Can you slip things into people's mailboxes without paying for a stamp? Josh Newton has a story.

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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