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Early Voting Begins in Texas

Posted: 10/23/2006 - Early voting for the November 7th General Elections began Monday statewide. The balloting in all races will continue through the end of the day Friday, November 03, 2006. Some registered voters may cast ...

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Fundraiser Held For Paralyzed Man

Updated: 10/22/2006 - A fundraiser was held Sunday for Greg Denison who suffered a near fatal injury while performing a stunt on October 7th. Fat Daddy’s in Denison hosted the fundraiser that included live music and a bake sale.

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Bridge Jumper Plummets to Death

Posted: 10/21/2006 - FAYETTEVILLE, W.Va. (AP) - Thousands of spectators gather each year in southern West Virginia to watch about 400 BASE jumpers parachute off the second-highest bridge in the U-S.

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Durant Biodiesel Plant Up & Running

Updated: 10/20/2006 - The Earth Bio-Fuels Plant in Durant has finally begun producing after months of delay. The facility was actually supposed to open up sometime late last year, but there was a lot of waiting...

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Students at TCS Give Back to Community

Updated: 10/20/2006 - Students at the Texoma Christian School ended their Care-a-Thon Project with a pep-rally Friday afternoon. High school students started the morning at the Hagerman Wildlife Refuge cleaning up trash and....

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American Legion Lending a Helping Hand

Updated: 10/20/2006 - A local group is reaching out to help their police and fire departments. The Van Alstyne American Legion handed out checks to their police and firefighters Friday. The $750 will go to help purchase equipment....

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Student Stabs Classmate With Pencil

Updated: 10/20/2006 - A 13-year-old Piner Middle School student is accused of stabbing a classmate with a pencil on Wednesday morning. Sherman Police say the incident happened after the two boys got into an argument.

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Sherman, Bonham Lumber Yards to Close

Updated: 10/20/2006 - A Sherman business that has called the city home since 1924 is shutting down soon. Foxworth-Galbraith is closing it's Sherman and Bonham locations and merging them with the Van Alstyne store.

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Soldier Returns Home From Iraq

Updated: 10/20/2006 - As the violence escalates in Iraq, one local soldier is safe at home in Ardmore for some well-deserved R and R. But for Christopher Harvey, it was a trip like no other. He got to see his firstborn child.

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S&S FFA Members Help Kids

Posted: 10/20/2006 - 45 S&S FFA members volunteered to work the “Little Hands on the Farm” exhibit at this year's State Fair of Texas in Dallas. Last years exhibit was the largest attraction at the fair with over 20,000 children.

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Spur 503 Launches New Song

Posted: 10/20/2006 - Local band Spur 503 woke up Texoma on Friday morning with a concert on First News AM. The band launched their second single onto the Texas Country Music Charts. Follow the video link to see their ...

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Robber Gunned Down in Hugo

Updated: 10/20/2006 - A man suspected of robbing a liquor store in Hugo, Oklahoma was shot twice by the clerk of that store on Thursday night. The masked man held up West Main Liquor, but as he turned to go, the clerk opened fire.

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Denison Man Buys Lake Murray Marina

Updated: 10/20/2006 - A Denison developer now owns a part of Lake Murray in southern Oklahoma. Developer Matt Looney reached a deal with owners Tom and Jan Burchfeld Wednesday night for the Lake Murray Marina.

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Balloons Celebrate Child Victories in Durant

Updated: 10/19/2006 - The Bryan County Department of Human Services released dozens of balloons on Thursday as part of a celebration to mark the each successful case they've work.

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OK Lottery Sales Boost Store Business

Posted: 10/19/2006 - Lottery officials say businesses selling lottery tickets have made more than $15 million in commission profits since the lottery began one year ago. About 2,200 convenience stores, grocers and smoke shops have..

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Area Soldier Home From Iraq

Updated: 10/19/2006 - A local soldier is home from Iraq. Private first class Christopher Harvey of Ardmore landed Thursday in Dallas. Based at Schofield Barracks in Hawaii, Harvey was deployed to Iraq...

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Ardmore Strikes Deal for New Homes

Posted: 10/19/2006 - The Ardmore Development Authority took a big step forward this week in putting an end to the housing shortage. The ADA reached a deal with three builders to develop a housing addition.

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Local FDs Get More State Funding

Posted: 10/19/2006 - Rural fire departments in southern Oklahoma are getting more help from the state to pay the bills. Local lawmakers secured enough funding to present every rural ...

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Wal-Mart Offers $4 Drugs in Texas

Updated: 10/19/2006 - Texas is among 14 states where Wal-Mart Thursday will announce that it is expanding a program that offers four dollar prescriptions for some generic drugs. Wal-Mart started the low-cost program...

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Rangers Help Build Denison Home

Updated: 10/18/2006 - A Grayson County family will soon have a new home with some unique builders behind it's construction. The Texas Rangers helped Habitat for Humanity build a house that will be moved to Denison in November.

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Pauls Valley Mom Reacts to Murders

Posted: 10/18/2006 - A Pauls Valley woman who's husband shot and killed their 3 children is asking the public to forgive him. Misty Landers released a written statement on Wednesday, one day after losing her family.

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Long Term Affects of Drought

Updated: 10/18/2006 - The Texoma area has been stuck in a drought for more than a year. And even though rain is in the forecast, the long-term effects of the dry-spell are still unfolding. Experts say the recent rain is causing more problems.

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Illegal Worker Investigation in Ardmore

Updated: 10/18/2006 - Debates over illegal immigrants have swept the nation the past few months. Now Ardmore police say it's becoming an issue in their city, and in the end the taxpayer loses. Officials say the quest for jobs...

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Former WNJ Worker Guilty of Embezzlement

Posted: 10/18/2006 - A former Wilson N. Jones Medical Center employee could face up to six years in prison for embezzlement, tax fraud, and money laundering. Forty-three-year-old Kevin McDonald is the former director...

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WorkForce Texoma Celebrates 10th Birthday

Updated: 10/18/2006 - The employees at WorkForce Texoma in Sherman celebrated their tenth anniversary on Wednesday. City leaders from Cooke, Grayson, and Fannin County were on hand.

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