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November 14, 2013

Tahlequah Farmers Market vendors

TAHLEQUAH — The Tahlequah Farmers Market touted more vendors in 2013 than ever before. Information about the Tahlequah Farmers’ Market, including membership applications, is available at www.tahlequahfarmersmarket.org.

The following is a listing of TFM 2013 vendors:

Canyon Ridge Farms, LLC, Marty and Chrys Tinsley, Welling

Canyon Ridge Farms, LLC, ElaineandWes Hinds, Welling

Tand R Universal Enterprises, Randal and Tina Hinds, Park Hill

Barefoot Farm, Karen, Johnny and Calvin White, Rose

Kou Farm, Yang Houa Xiong, Jay

Wheatstalks Bakery, Kathryn Alexander, Tahlequah

Hutchins Farms, Randy Hutchins, Moodys

Single Loop Ranch, LLC, Linda Johnson andSteven Rowley, Tahlequah

Shining Waters Consulting, Pamela Kingfisher, Moodys

Thao Farms, Tang Moua, Tahlequah

Christine Moua, Jay

Plants Alive Greenhouse, Sand Mueller, Tahlequah

Clear Creek Seeds, Rick Nation, Hulbert

Jackie O’s Jewelry, Jackie Parnell, Tahlequah

Raincrow Farms, Sue and Betty Raincrowm Park Hill

Heaven Sent Food and Fiber, Coleen and Paul Thornton, Welling

Heaven Sent Food and Fiber, SueandCarl Riccelli, Rose

TNT Produce, ToddandTim Rogers, Tahlequah

Guy Romo, Tahlequah

Daisy Acres Soap, Carla Schwichtenberg, Locust Grove

Sunday Farm, Terry Sunday, Welling

Empire Farm, Chua and Pal Thao, Jay

Pine Lane Dairy, Lisa and Mike Turner, Tahlequah

Richards’ Passion, Pat and Richard Weyers, Tahlequah

Yang Lee Farm, Bao and Lee Yang, Colcord

Clear Creek Wellness Center, Nancy James, Hulbert

Xee Yang, Jay

Son Shine Harvest Farmand Garden, Peter and Kim Martin, Rose

The Soul Shack, caterers, Tahlequah

Nhia Thao, Jay

Petals and Stiches, Hannah and Sarah Pennington, Tahlequah

Cook’s Companion, Dana Lippert, Tahlequah


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What to you think of a state Legislature proposal to forbid cities from raising the minimum wage? Choose the closest to your opinion.

The federal government should set the minimum wage across the board.
States should be allowed to raise their minimum wages, but not cities.
Both states and cities should be allowed to raise their minimum wages.
Cities should be allowed to raise their mimum wages, but not states.
There should be no minimum wage at all.
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