Tahlequah Daily Press

September 19, 2013

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Reasor’s closes photo lab

By SEAN ROWLEY
Staff Writer

TAHLEQUAH — Those still using traditional film-loading cameras have lost one location where film can be developed and images placed on glossy photo paper.

Among preparations for an upcoming remodeling of its Tahlequah store, Reasor’s permanently closed its photo service desk on Sept. 3. It was the last film development facility among the Reasor’s locations.

The Reasor’s Web site maintains a page which links to Lifepics for purposes of obtaining prints of digital photos. The page can be found by searching “photo lab” on the site.

There are still options for film developing in Tahlequah. The Walmart Supercenter at 2020 S. Muskogee Ave. has a send-out service and Walgreen’s at 1905 S. Muskogee Ave. offers one-hour film and print developing.