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Furloughed Texoma workers head back to work

Posted: 10/17/2013 - (GRAYSON COUNTY, TEXAS) -- When the government shut down, everything from national parks to Federal agencies like the Department of Justice and Treasury closed their doors, leaving employees without pay. Today, government employees headed happily back to work.

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Two Texoma hospitals share resources to cut costs

Updated: 10/17/2013 - (ATOKA, OKLAHOMA) -- Hospitals around the nation, and here in Texoma are consolidating and sharing services in an effort to save money in today's tough health care industry.

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Healdton man gets 25 years for repeatedly raping teen

Posted: 10/17/2013 - CARTER COUNTY, OK - A Healdton man accused of repeatedly raping a 14 year old girl pleaded guilty in court Wednesday. 55-year-old Michael Joe Broadnax has been sentenced to 25 years in prison.

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Sher-Den named 'Top 10' hot spot to retire for less

Posted: 10/17/2013 - SHERMAN, TEXAS -- It's no secret that Sherman and Denison are great places to retire; now, AARP is backing that up, naming the area a Top 10 place to "retire for less."

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Johnston Co. Reserve Deputy's badge revoked after arrest

Posted: 10/16/2013 - JOHNSTON CO, OK-A Johnston County Reserve Sheriff's Deputy remains behind bars Wednesday for allegedly beating a woman at his home and officials said he was removed from his position immediately after his arrest.

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Mad Max Mud Run

Updated: 10/16/2013 - LAMAR COUNTY, TX -- Hundreds of people will be getting muddy for a good cause this weekend.

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Former city employee indicted

Updated: 10/16/2013 - PARIS, TX-- A former employee with the city of Paris has been indicted for felony theft.

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Local Cub Scouts forced to relocate

Posted: 10/16/2013 - Bonham Cub scout troop 54 will no longer be able to meet at First Baptist Church after a vote from the church.

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Business takes off despite delay of aerobatics competition

Posted: 10/15/2013 - DENISON, TX-Pilots who came to the World Aerobatics Championships at the North Texas Regional Airport are still grounded because of the rain, but that's not keeping the local economy down. In fact, area hotels and restaurants have been experiencing a boom in business.

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