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Racing paraphernalia lines the office walls. Emmett Hahn leans back in his chair, hands behind his head, the posture of a man who has accomplished much over the decades out of stubbornness and patience. The proverbial tortoise taking a victory lap ... a tortoise who used to go 125 miles per hour. 

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"Footprints in the Dew: Damon ‘Chub’ Anderson and the Unsolved Mullendore Murder" by Dale R. Lewis

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Opinions expressed are not necessarily those of Raymond James & Associates, Inc.  Member New York Stock Exchange/SIPC

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Although Oklahoma’s winters are not as long and severe, nor blanketed with snow as more northern areas, evergreens, and particularly conifers, are a welcome sight and a relief from the brown, dormant landscape.

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Perfect for lunch or dinner, Palace Café’s Steak Cobb Salad is full of goodness that won’t compromise your New Year’s resolutions. A bed of baby field greens is topped with sliced tenderloin, cheddar cheese, roasted red peppers, avocado and cherry tomatoes and tossed with a Sherry vinaigrett…

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Original timeline appeared in the April 2010 issue of TulsaPeople Magazine.