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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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Ardmore Suffers Higher Gas Prices

Updated: 10/18/2006 - Drivers in Ardmore are forking over more at the pump than much of the viewing area, even though the city is home to its own refinery. With prices hovering around $2.15 gallon, it's more than...

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All Victims Found in Plane Crash

Posted: 10/18/2006 - Searchers recovered the remains of the 4th man on Wednesday who died in the crash of a twin-engine airplane in southeastern Oklahoma. Troopers found the body of Charles Howard of Houston this afternoon.

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OKC Woman Accused of Molesting Child

Updated: 10/18/2006 - An Oklahoma City woman was arrested Tuesday for molesting an 8-year-old Ada boy. Pontotoc County authorities say 41-year-old Elizabeth McKinney confessed to the crime Tuesday night....

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Sulphur Animal Shelter Opens Doors, Again

Posted: 10/18/2006 - A Murray County dog pound is back open today, after a deadly virus forced it to shut down last week. Last Tuesday, a stray dog living in the pound died of the Parvo-virus. In order to decontaminate...

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Investigation into Pauls Valley Murder/Suicide

Posted: 10/18/2006 - Fire investigators say a man who killed his three young children and himself set two separate fires in their home before committing suicide. Authorities say Jay Dee Landers Senior shot and killed 8-year-old Jay...

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Bryan County Jail: Jail Inspector Accused

Posted: 10/18/2006 - A hearing on whether fines should be issued over conditions at the Bryan County Jail has resulted in allegations of a conflict of interest involving the jail inspector. Testimony indicates that the ...

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Investigation Targets Ardmore Nursing Home

Updated: 10/17/2006 - An Ardmore nursing home was the subject of a state investigation after complaints about the way Elmbrook trained its certified nurses’ aids.

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Sherman Sales Tax Revenue Hits Record High

Updated: 10/17/2006 - The city of Sherman is looking at record breaking numbers when it comes to sales tax revenue over the past year. Much of that can be credited to a ...

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Noble Foundation Scientist Receives Large Grant

Posted: 10/17/2006 - A Noble Foundation scientist has been awarded a $1.4 million grant from the Plant Genome Program at the National Science Foundation to study trichomes.

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Chickasaw Governor - Humanitarian of the Year

Posted: 10/17/2006 - Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby was recently selected “Humanitarian of the Year” by the Oklahoma Mental Health Consumer Council. Previous recipients of the prestigious award include Oklahoma Governor Brad Henry...

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Bryan Co. Jail Awaits Word on Fines

Updated: 10/17/2006 - Bryan County officials met with the State Health Department in Oklahoma City to talk about fines related to health violations at the jail. The county could face up to $700,000 dollars in fines for health ...

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Three Arrested for Drugs and Guns

Updated: 10/17/2006 - A routine traffic stop in Kingston sent three Lawton natives to jail. About 3:00 AM on Tuesday, an officer pulled over a Lincoln Town Car for a broken tail light in the 1100 block of Highway 70. When they searched the car they found six crack rocks and two loaded...

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Father Murders Children, Sets Fire to Home

Updated: 10/17/2006 - Garvin County Sheriff Bill Roady says a man shot three children and then killed himself after setting fire to a rural Pauls Valley home. Firefighters discovered the bodies in a room of the house after

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Recreation Area Enforcement Angers Business

Updated: 10/16/2006 - The Chickasaw National Recreation Area is cracking down on the rules, but one woman says stricter policies are putting her out of business. For the last four years, Cheri Wolfe has been taking ...

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Red Light Cameras May Target Drivers

Updated: 10/16/2006 - Drivers who run red lights in Sherman may soon find themselves being watched by remote cameras. The Sherman police chief is recommending that the city invest in red light cameras to enforce laws.

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OK Burn Ban - All But Out

Posted: 10/16/2006 - Except for a section of northeast Oklahoma, the burn ban has been lifted for the entire state. Parts of the KXII viewing area in Oklahoma have spent 9 of the past 12 months under a ban on outdoor burning.

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