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No More Flashy Signs in Gainesville

Updated: 10/06/2006 - No more signs will be going up on the two busiest streets in Gainesville. In a week and a half, the Gainesville City Council will be making a final decision on whether to revise their sign...

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Sooner Marching Band Visits Durant

Updated: 10/06/2006 - While the big showdown between Oklahoma University and the University of Texas isn't until Saturday, the festivities in Durant got a head start Friday morning. The O.U. marching band...

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Drivers, Troopers Prepare for Big Game

Updated: 10/06/2006 - Before the Longhorns and the Sooners hit the field for the Red River Rivalry, Trooper are hitting the highways. However, some fans have found an alternative route. Many fans are opting to take...

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Sherman Grandmother Gets Probation

Updated: 10/06/2006 - A 75-year-old Sherman woman who was found guilty of criminally negligent homicide will avoid a prison term. Mary Burrow will spend the next five years on probation and will also have her license suspended...

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Accident on I-35 Backs up Traffic

Updated: 10/06/2006 - Southbound I-35 near the Arbuckle Mountanins in Murray county was closed down for a bit Friday afternoon, after a truck pulling a travel trailer overturned in the middle of the highway. It happened about...

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OU Band Plays in Durant

Posted: 10/06/2006 - The Red River Shoot-out festivities began a little early in some parts of Texoma. The University of Oklahoma Marching Band made a pit stop Friday at S.O.S.U. in Durant.

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Jury Convicts 75-year-old Driver

Updated: 10/05/2006 - A jury found a 75-year-old Sherman woman guilty of criminally negligent homicide on Thursday night. After nearly five hours of deliberation, the jury returned with a unanimous verdict ...

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WNJ Medical Center Makes Slight Layoffs

Updated: 10/05/2006 - Restructuring at Wilson N. Jones Medical Center has claimed 11 jobs. WNJ is one of Grayson County's largest employer with a workforce of more than 1,200 people...

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Adult Vandals Caught in Grayson Co

Updated: 10/05/2006 - Denison police say they caught two vandals in the act on Wednesday night and believe they could be connected to damages across Grayson County. Both men were shooting out windows with a slingshot.

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Ardmore Mom Guilty of Baby Death

Posted: 10/05/2006 - An Ardmore mom has pled guilty to 1st degree murder for the shaking death of her child nearly one year ago. Twenty-one-year-old Laura Renteria agreed to a plea deal her lawyers reached...

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Atoka Memorial Building New Hospital

Updated: 10/05/2006 - The Atoka Memorial Hospital will be building a brand new facility, thanks to the help of a federal grant and a private bond. Their current location was built in 1959 and is inadequate to their current needs.

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Drug Roundup Results in Conviction

Updated: 10/05/2006 - A massive drug raid that covered southern Oklahoma and north Texas last March has resulted in the conviction of an Ardmore man in federal court. A jury found Daniel Ray Grayson...

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Funeral Services Held for Trooper

Updated: 10/05/2006 - Nearly 1,000 people gathered in the Marietta High School Auditorium to say goodbye to Trooper Bill McClendon. He was a husband and father of 3, who lost his life doing what he loved most ...

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Kohl's Grand Opening in Sherman

Updated: 10/05/2006 - The city of Sherman welcomed 150 new jobs Thursday during a grand opening for the new Kohl’s Department Store. Kohl’s is a nationwide chain that first began back in 1962, and has slowly grown...

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Nurse Sentenced to Life in Prison

Posted: 10/05/2006 - A judge today sentenced former nurse Vickie Dawn Jackson to life imprisonment for the deaths of ten hospital patients in the North Texas town of Nocona. Jackson had pleaded no contest yesterday...

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Sherman Technical Team Part 2: Saving Nicole

Posted: 10/05/2006 - What was supposed to be a simple demonstration on First News AM, turned into a last minute rescue that our viewers saw live on TV. KXII reporter Nicole Holt learned...

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Sherman Technical Team Part 1: A Survivor Story

Posted: 10/05/2006 - A Denison man nearly lost his life, falling some 20 feet through a broken grate. But, a new technical team with the Sherman Fire Department was there when seconds counted...

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Sherman Plants Shutting Down

Posted: 10/04/2006 - A Grayson County steel producer is downsizing, which will leave nearly two dozen employees without a job. There are two Keystone Consolidated Industries plants in Sherman and one in Southmayd.

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Truckers Still Losing Business

Updated: 10/04/2006 - Gas prices may be dropping, but local truckers say the fallout is still cutting into their profits. From large manufactures like Atlas Roofing to smaller ones like the Oklahoma Ferrier Supply...

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Fannin County Eyes Privatizing Jail

Updated: 10/04/2006 - Jail overcrowding is costing Fannin County a quarter of a million dollars a year by sending inmates to other counties. The solution having a private company build and run a new jail.

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Ardmore Man to Face Murder Charges

Posted: 10/04/2006 - An Ardmore man accused of strangling his wife in July will go to trial. An Ardmore police investigator testified Tuesday that 34-year-old Brandon Ray Cross told him an about an argument he had with...

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Taylor Facing Life in Prison

Updated: 10/04/2006 - A Johnston County man could spend the rest of his life in prison for a crime spree last year. A jury convicted Demetrius Taylor on five counts, including kidnapping and assault. In August 2005...

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Bio-Diesel Available in Calera

Updated: 10/04/2006 - Beginning on Wednesday, local drivers can finally get bio-diesel in southern Oklahoma. The EZ Mart in Calera is the first retailer to start selling the alternative fuel that is called Bio-Willie after pitchman...

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1-180th Reporter Back on Home Soil

Updated: 10/04/2006 - National Guardsman and KXII photojournalist Todd Larkin received a warm homecoming Tuesday afternoon at DFW airport. Todd is home for 2 weeks leave while serving an 18-month mission in Afghanistan.

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No Increase for Bryan County Sheriff's Budget

Posted: 10/03/2006 - The Bryan County Sheriff learned on Tuesday that his department would only receive just over 1/4 of what he requested for next year's budget. Sheriff Bill Sturch says $224,000 isn't enough to keep the public safe.

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