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Code Enforcement Stepping Up in Calera

Posted: 03/21/2006 - The Bryan County town of Calera is preparing to crack down on the enforcement of city ordinances. In an effort to clean up property that has become and eyesore, police will begin writing citations soon.

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Adult Content Targeted in Libraries

Updated: 03/21/2006 - A proposed law in the sooner state could change the aisles of local libraries. House Bill 21-58 states that libraries must create a special section for material deemed to contain adult content.

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Fire Damages Bryan County Barn

Posted: 03/21/2006 - A fire burned thousands of dollars worth of equipment in a Bryan County barn. The fire at the private barn sent thick black smoke into the air that could be seen for miles.

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Anglers Upset With Some Marinas

Updated: 03/21/2006 - Local fisherman are making waves after they say some Oklahoma marinas are joining together to keep them off of public water. But marina owners say they've only enforced current laws.

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Parents Critical of SISD Special Ed

Updated: 03/21/2006 - Unhappy parents and teachers unloaded on the Sherman School Board at Monday night's meeting. They claim the district is neglecting the Special Ed program, and it's costing teachers and the well-being of...

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Office Building Hit By Thieves

Updated: 03/21/2006 - An Ardmore office building was the victim of multiple burglaries Monday night. It’s the second time in the past month that an office building has been hit by thieves.

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Suspected Drug Trafficker Captured

Updated: 03/21/2006 - A manhunt on Monday afternoon ended with the capture of a suspected drug trafficker in the Lake Texoma Lodge area. OHP Troopers went to serve a warrant to 32-year old Rodney Yeager.

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Record Gar Reeled in by Ardmore Man

Posted: 03/20/2006 - An Ardmore man reeled in one for the record books in February. Sean Chatham reeled for over 35 minutes to bring in a 184 lb alligator gar to shore from the Red River in Love County. The gar measured in at....

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Lawsuits Fees on the Rise

Posted: 03/20/2006 - The fees for filing federal lawsuits are going to increase dramatically next month in Oklahoma and across the nation. The fees for filing a civil lawsuit in any federal district court across the country will jump....

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Local Teen Recognized by US Marshall

Posted: 03/20/2006 - A U.S. Marshall was in Sherman Monday with his eyes on a Sherman teen that he says symbolizes the future of law enforcement in this country. It was a surreal scene at the Sherman Police Department as....

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Whitesboro Police Chief Resigning

Posted: 03/20/2006 - After 16 years of serving Whitesboro, Police Chief Paul Woody is retiring. The chief submitted his resignation letter at the city council meeting last Tuesday. Police officers and city officials say his....

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Jailers On the Verge of Quitting

Posted: 03/20/2006 - Escapes, firings, and contraband are some of the headlines featuring the Bryan County Jail and now another to add is the threat of jailers quitting. Jailers are demanding a raise in pay as now they earn $950..

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BB Gun Shot at Local School Bus

Posted: 03/20/2006 - Some students in Denison experienced a frightening bus ride home Friday when someone fired a BB gun into a window. A school bus was at Cross Timbers Estate Drive on its route from Denison High....

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Burn Ban Lifted in OK as Texas' Stays

Updated: 03/20/2006 - Governor Brad Henry lifted the statewide burn ban in all 77 counties Monday, but he is still urging Oklahomans to be cautious with fires. But in Texas, it is a different story. More than four inches....

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Fire Destroys Love Co. Home

Updated: 03/19/2006 - Fire destroyed a trailer home in Love County on Sunday, leaving a family without a home. The home caught fire around 2:00 p.m. on Wade Road – just off of Oswalt in the county.

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Fire Damages Local Restaurant

Updated: 03/19/2006 - The Bonham Fire Marshal is investigating the cause of a fire at a downtown Bonham restaurant. It sustained serious damages after fire broke out around midnight on Sunday.

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Oklahoma Leads Nation in Tornado Damage

Posted: 03/19/2006 - A newspaper analysis shows that the cost of tornado damage in Oklahoma since 1996 has been higher than any other state; one billion dollars more than Arkansas, the state in second place...

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Flash Floods Claim at Least One Life

Updated: 03/19/2006 - Heavy rains today have prompted road closures and flooding across North Texas. Flash Flood watches remain in effect, but warnings have been issued for Cooke County, Denton County, and Western Grayson County...

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OK Emergency Aid For Farmers

Posted: 03/19/2006 - Emergency funds are now available for Oklahoma farmers and ranchers devastated by the recent drought conditions and wildfires. The U.S. Department of Agriculture declared the entire state of Oklahoma...

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Court Allows 'Choose Life' Plates

Posted: 03/19/2006 - A federal appeals court Friday allowed Tennessee to offer anti-abortion license plates bearing the message "Choose Life." A three-judge panel of the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati....

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Major Wreck Shuts Down Highway

Updated: 03/18/2006 - A major accident shut down north and south-bound lanes of Highway 11 in Grayson County Saturday evening. Five people were injured in the crash. The wreck shut down Highway 11 between Sherman and Luella for an hour and a half.

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Benefit Held for Injured Firefighter

Updated: 03/18/2006 - A Chickasha volunteer firefighter, critically injured battling wildfires in Stephens County, is still hospitalized. Destry Horton’s arms were amputated and he may also loose a foot.

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Church Van Accident Injures 17

Posted: 03/18/2006 - Two church vans carrying students returning from a spring-break trip were involved in an accident this morning on I-35 in Oklahoma City. The wreck sent at least 17 people to the hospital.

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Lightning Strike Damages Red Cross Office

Updated: 03/18/2006 - The Texoma Area Chapter of the Red Cross in Denison will have to have to relocate after lightning struck its ham radio tower Saturday morning. The shock downed phone lines and started a fire.

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Yates Remarries Before Ex-Wife's Retrial

Updated: 03/18/2006 - Rusty Yates remarried Saturday in the church where the funeral for his five children was held and less than two days before his ex-wife's murder retrial was to begin. Yates married Laura Arnold, 41, during a..

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