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Dickson Issues Traffic Refunds

Posted: 12/19/2006 - The Oklahoma State Court of Appeals ruled the town of Dickson would have to pay back speeders who were fined more than 50 dollars between November 2002 and March 2005.

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Man Convicted of Sexual Assault Sentenced

Posted: 12/19/2006 - A man convicted of sexual assault of a child has been sentenced to two life terms. It took less than two hours to convict Dick Wayne Blanchard last Friday on one count of sexual assault of a child and one count of indecency with a child.

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Holiday Crime Increases

Updated: 12/19/2006 - According to Sherman police auto burglaries are on the rise in the shopping areas surrounding the Sherman Town Center and Wal-Mart area. At least eight cars had been broken into within a 4 day time frame.

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Trash To Treasure

Posted: 12/19/2006 - Two local women have found treasure out of trash. They believe they have found the image of Jesus in a plate. "After the losses I had last year, there comes a time when you can't deal with all of this...

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Lone Grove Approves Sewer System Plans

Updated: 12/19/2006 - The Lone Grove city council gave the green light on a proposed Sewer System upgrade on Monday. The council voted unanimously to move forward with the project, which could cost up to $5 million dollars when completed.

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Colbert May Reinstate Police Chief

Updated: 12/19/2006 - The Former Colbert Police Chief was fired from his post last month. He was expecting to hear why he was terminated. Instead he found out he will be reinstated.

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Grayson County Won't Join Coalition

Updated: 12/19/2006 - Grayson County leaders have said no to the Texas Cities for Clean Air Coalition. They are also trying to delay the permitting process for the proposed coal burning power plant.

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Toys for Tots Begins Distribution

Updated: 12/18/2006 - Thanks to Toys for Tots, hundreds of kids in Carter County will have something to unwrap this Christmas. Volunteers gathered at Brad Fenton to distribute the dolls, bikes and video games to the needy families.

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City of Dickson Implements Reserve Program

Updated: 12/18/2006 - The City of Dickson will now use volunteer police officers to help fight crime. The decision was made at a City Commissioners' meeting Monday night.

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Five Arrested in Drug Bust

Updated: 12/18/2006 - Drug dealers in Tishomingo were caught red handed. An anonymous tip led Tishomingo police to five people. They arrested L.V. Drennon and Lori Pittman at the North Bird apartments Monday for selling Methamphetamine and Marijuana.

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Students Build Edible Cars

Updated: 12/19/2006 - Pre-AP students at Pottsboro Middle School were instructed to build a car only using food items. The food could be raw or cooked, as long as the ingredients could be eaten by humans!

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Two Injured in Carter County Accident

Posted: 12/18/2006 - A car accident in Carter County left two teenagers injured. Police say around 1:30 a.m. Michael Rudd and Tucker Teders were driving too fast on Buckskin Road when they lost control of their vehicle, went airborne and hit a tree

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SOSU Names Interim President

Posted: 12/18/2006 - Officials have named Dr. Jesse Snowden as their interim president of Southeastern Oklahoma State University. Dr. Snowden will begin his interim duties mid-January.

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Grayson County Votes on Proposed Coal Plant

Posted: 12/18/2006 - Grayson County took a stand on the future of the proposed coal burning plant in Fannin County. The commissioner’s court was full of those in support and those opposed to the proposed coal burning plant in Savoy.

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Dickson Speeding Fine Decision

Posted: 12/16/2006 - The Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals made a huge ruling for drivers in Dickson. The court ruled Friday that the city can not fine speeders more than $50 when they get a ticket.

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Fire Destroys Gainesville Home

Updated: 12/16/2006 - A Gainesville family is without a home after fire destroyed their house Saturday afternoon. The blaze was first reported at 1:00pm. The house was on highway 1306, West of Interstate 35.

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Marshall Man Pleads Guilty to Murder

Posted: 12/15/2006 - A Marshall county man pled guilty to charges of second degree murder. Jarrel Broadhead was accused of murder in 2005 after driving drunk and killing four year old Clayton Lowry of Gordonville.

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Counterfeit Bills Found in Ardmore

Posted: 12/15/2006 - Counterfeit bills are causing problems for Ardmore. A clerk at the Pro-Mart near 12th and Washington went to count money in the register when she realized two 20 dollar bills felt strange.

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Fatal Car Accident in Van Alystyne

Posted: 12/15/2006 - A car accident in Van Alystyne left one man dead. Officers say Kyle McKinney was driving his Ford pickup east bound when it drifted to the north side of the road.

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Sherman Recycling Center Closing

Posted: 12/15/2006 - The recycling drop off center located at the Sherman Albertson’s is scheduled to close the end of the year leaving local residents concerned.

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Coal Burning Power Plant Hearings in Austin

Updated: 12/15/2006 - A state judge in Austin ruled Thursday that the energy plants, like the proposed coal burning power plant in Savoy, fall under the governor's executive order.

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Contaminated Water at Tanglewood

Posted: 12/14/2006 - Contaminated water around the Tanglewood subdivision and resort is causing problems for residents. Eco Resources manages the water treatment facility. Officials passed out a memo to residents letting them know about the contamination.

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TMC Announces New Hospital Location

Posted: 12/14/2006 - Texoma Medical Center administrators announced they will break ground on a new hospital at the northeast corner of highways 75 and 691 in Denison.

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