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Big Music Acts Headline Magnolia Fest

Posted: 04/28/2006 - Durant's Magnolia Festival is just over a month away, but the city is already looking forward to the performance of a legendary country music artist. Gene Watson will headline the event on June 3rd.

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Chris Cagle On First News AM - Part 2

Updated: 04/28/2006 - Part two of Lisanne's interview with Chris Cagle aired this morning on First News AM and you can catch it tonight on First News at Ten. They're talking music and answering questions about the country music star's inspirations and future projects.

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Deadly Ending to Trooper Chase

Updated: 04/28/2006 - A man committed suicide moments after a car chase ended on US 70 last night. First News at Ten aired exclusive video from the scene, just west of Madill. The gunman was wanted out of the OKC area...

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Cartwright Father Arrested for Child Abuse

Updated: 04/27/2006 - A Cartwright man has been charged with abusing his five-month old baby. Authorities arrested Ethan Ewton around 4:00 p.m. Thursday afternoon, more than a week after his daughter suffered a fractured skull.

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Fishing Tournaments Aiding Economy

Updated: 04/27/2006 - As businesses along Lake Texoma continue to grow, marinas are reeling in some professional sporting events, which means more to local towns than just fun on the water. Around 350 fisherman....

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Arrest Warrants Issued in Thackerville Murder

Updated: 04/27/2006 - Arrest warrants have been issued for two suspects accused of murdering 49-year-old Rufus Thomas Lowrey. Eighteen-year-old Shawn Leggett and 18-year-old Timothy Byford have been on the run since....

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New Plants Could Raise Water Bills

Posted: 04/27/2006 - People who use utilities in Ardmore will see an increase on their bill in the near future. Some of the changes could also include a big chance for an Ardmore landmark to keep up with the growing demand…

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Durant Toddler Laid to Rest

Updated: 04/27/2006 - Friends and family gathered in Durant Thursday to say goodbye to a four-year-old who drowned in a well last weekend. Kyle Mitchell was playing in his great-grandmother’s front yard near Bennigton when he climbed on top of the above ground...

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$10,000 Worth of Fishing Gear Stolen in Texoma

Posted: 04/27/2006 - Thieves put a damper on a local fishing tournament for some fisherman overnight. A thief hit several boats in the parking lot of a hotel in Pottsboro. Almost $10,000 worth of gear, mostly rods and reels....

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Cigarette Tax Could Raise Money for Education

Updated: 04/27/2006 - Smokers may soon be footing part of the bill for Texas public schools. The state house approved raising the cigarette tax by $1 per pack in an effort to cut property taxes and fund schools. It is expected...

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Chris Cagle On First News AM

Updated: 04/27/2006 - Lisanne Anderson brought you the inside scoop on one of country music's hottest stars this morning on First News AM. Chris Cagle shared his love for music, and his plans for moving to Texoma.

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SWAT Training Held in Ardmore

Updated: 04/26/2006 - Police officers from all over the state of Oklahoma were in Ardmore Wednesday learning what it takes to be a member of a SWAT team. Around 30 officers are going through SWAT training this week.

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Grayson Co. College Hosts Forensics Conference

Updated: 04/26/2006 - If you have seen any of the CSI shows you know the local crime lab does not compare to Hollywood, but it is real life and it’s where local students learn what it takes to become a real crime scene....

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OK Teacher Pay Raise Possible

Updated: 04/26/2006 - A funding bill passed by the Oklahoma State Senate Wednesday includes more than $300 million for education and some of the money is being set aside for teacher pay raises. Oklahoma is....

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Tattoo Bill Could Effect TX Business

Updated: 04/26/2006 - Oklahoma is the only state in the country with a ban against tattoos, which means good news for stores in the North Texas area who see a lot of loyal customers from up north. But their business could....

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Caitlin's Law Passes State House

Updated: 04/26/2006 - A murdered Ada teenager is the inspiration for a law intended to keep people accused of violent crimes in jail and Wednesday Caitlin’s Law passed the Oklahoma State House. The law is named for 16-year-old Caitlin Wooten who was kidnapped...

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Car Thief Suspect Caught by Police

Updated: 04/26/2006 - A car thief who escaped from police Tuesday is now behind bars. Grayson County Deputies caught up with 25-year Larry Boland around 5:30 p.m. Tuesday evening. Boland was hiding behind some hay....

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Possible Prank Causes School Fire

Updated: 04/26/2006 - A Sherman school building was evacuated Wednesday morning after a fire was started, which seemed suspicious. All of the students and teachers were outside of the Dillingham School....

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Ada Dog Killer Sentenced

Updated: 04/26/2006 - A teenager who admitted to the mutilating and killing a neighbor's dog in January was sentenced by a judge on Monday to counseling and time served in custody during the past 4 months.

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Grant Coming for Small OK Towns

Updated: 04/25/2006 - Some news that is good for Texoma; small towns across Oklahoma will soon bet a big check as the U.S. Agriculture Department will provide more than $517,000 in grant money through the Rural...

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Economy Progress Affected by Gas Cost?

Updated: 04/26/2006 - Sales tax revenue in Sherman is about 15% higher than last year and that is keeping up with the rest of the state. It is all good news, but there is a quick turn around because some of the money will....

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Man Transported to Hospital After Accident

Updated: 04/25/2006 - An accident in Marshall County sent a man to the hospital Tuesday morning after his truck overturned. The accident occurred on Highway 70-B two miles south of Kingston. Troopers say the man...

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President Bush Helping With Gas Issues

Updated: 04/25/2006 - President Bush says "every little bit helps" to ease the tight oil supply. He's ordered a temporary halt of deposits to the American strategic petroleum reserve. In a speech to the Renewable...

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District Grants Rights to Bible Study Clubs

Updated: 04/25/2006 - A suburban Dallas school board has voted to grant a Bible study group the same privileges as secular school clubs. The Plano school board action is part of an effort to settle a discrimination lawsuit.

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Charge Likely in Election Night Misconduct

Updated: 04/24/2006 - Sherman police are recommending charges be filed over an incident that involved county employees on election night in March. Their report to the DA recommends a charge of...

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