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Representative Wants To Halt Proposed Coal Burning Plants

Updated: 01/24/2007 - The proposed coal burning plants are back in Texas news. A Waco Representative wants to put the brakes on Governor Perry's plan to fast track the permit process for new coal fired power plants in the state of Texas.

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Byng Student Arrested

Updated: 01/24/2007 - A Byng High School student was arrested Tuesday for bringing a stolen BB gun to school. Students at the school saw the 16-year-old with the gun Tuesday morning and told the principal.

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Sewer Blockage Create Problems

Posted: 01/24/2007 - A blocked city sewer line damaged the inside of a couple's home in Sherman. Its an isolated problem, but one that city officials say is becoming a big concern.

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From Sherman to the Super Bowl

Posted: 01/24/2007 - Two Sherman High graduates are heading to the Super Bowl next weekend as Indianapolis Colts' teammates, and First News was able to talk to offensive tackle Charlie Johnson and the parents of punter Hunter Smith.

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Local Military Recruiting Up

Posted: 01/24/2007 - Recruiters say patriotism is the number one reason troops sign up to defend their country. When talking with those thinking of enlisting recruiters tell them up front there's a good chance they'll end up overseas.

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Mayor Will Retain Post For Now

Updated: 01/25/2007 - Michael Summers, the mayor of Davis facing two felony charges, will remain as mayor, but if convicted that could change according to interim city manager Sandra Webb.

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Changes to Charter Possible in Sherman

Updated: 01/24/2007 - Changes could be in store for the the city charter in Sherman. City leaders are set to discuss the item in the next few days. City councilman John Markl spearheaded efforts to review the city's charter, which serves as a guide for how the...

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Hilltop Fire Claims Life

Posted: 01/24/2007 - A fire at the Hilltop apartment complex that happened the beginning of January has claimed a victim. Bette Auten died Tuesday from injuries she received during the fire.

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Congressman Reacts to Bush Address

Updated: 01/23/2007 - Congressmen representing Texomans listened intently to the State of the Union address Tuesday night on his political plans for the country. Rep. Ralph Hall said he's greeted President Bush and former President Bush before each of their speeches offering encouragement.

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SOSU Starts Search for President

Updated: 01/23/2007 - Members of the Regional University System of Oklahoma asked for input from the SOSU community on qualities they would like to see in a new president. Faculty, students, and alumni offered their input for characteristics of potential candidates.

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Fannin County Considering New Water Plan

Posted: 01/23/2007 - North Texas currently holds 25% of the state’s population and the growth shows no sign of slowing down. That boost in population combined with an overuse in aquifer water has led to the controversy local counties face.

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Fire Departments Receiving Federal Aid

Posted: 01/23/2007 - Several fire departments in the area have received a much needed financial boost thanks to the federal government, but those grants may not be enough to sustain the new demands from FEMA

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New Road Opens in Ardmore

Updated: 01/23/2007 - In July crews began extending Merrick Drive from Commerce to Rockford with money set aside form the city's TIF fund. The barricades are coming down Tuesday night, providing a new avenue for your morning commute.

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Convicts on the run in Oklahoma

Posted: 01/23/2007 - Twenty-three-year-old Tony Ellison and Thirty-five-year-old Charles McDaniels broke out of the Great Plains Correctional Center in Hinton, Oklahoma on Monday. Hinton is west of Oklahoma City.

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Bonham Superintendent Retires

Updated: 06/06/2007 - After 35 years with the Bonham Independent School District, Dr. Linda Gist is retiring. Dr. Gist issued a letter of retirement Monday night at the Bonham School Board meeting that will go into effect in August.

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Making a Splash

Updated: 01/23/2007 - A Texas water corporation wants rights to Oklahoma's water and is willing to sue for it. Last week the Tarrant Regional Water District that serves eleven counties in North Central Texas filed a suit to prevent...

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More Jobs for Texomans

Updated: 01/22/2007 - Now is the best time to find work in Texas, according to officials at Workforce Texoma. Texas' unemployment rate is at its lowest point in five years.

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SOTC Looking to Expand

Posted: 01/22/2007 - The Southern Oklahoma Technology Center is looking to expand. But, officials say that is impossible to do without help from people in the counties they serve. In February, voters in Murray, Carter and Love counties will be asked to increase the millage, or property tax, by four points.

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Valley View Bank Robberies Linked

Updated: 01/22/2007 - Back in April, a man walked into the First State Bank in Valley View and left with a large, undisclosed amount of money. Now officials fear that he has struck again and are running short on any leads.

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Rising Waters in Oklahoma

Updated: 01/22/2007 - With the melt off of last week's ice storm, water is rising in some Oklahoma creeks. Near McAlester, a truck hauling a small amount of radioactive material was swept away into the rising waters of Coal Creek.

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Parcells Resigns From Cowboys

Updated: 01/22/2007 - Bill Parcells has resigned as coach of the Dallas Cowboys, and he says he's retiring.

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Whitewright Gas Leak

Posted: 01/22/2007 - A kerosene leak threatens a public park in Whitewright. County officials worked Sunday afternoon cleaning up the leak at Whitewright's Historical and Nature Park on Spruce Street. Residents said they first noticed the smell of fuel on Saturday.

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Choctaw County Chase

Posted: 01/22/2007 - A Choctaw County man was taken to a Tulsa hospital after sheriff's officials say he shot at his ex-wife, and led officers on a car chase, while shooting at them. Choctaw Sheriff Lewis Collins said James Covington was shot and injured after he led deputies on a police chase in Southern Choctaw County Saturday night.

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