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New Policies at Bryan Co. Aux. Jail

Updated: 04/19/2006 - After two shakedowns at the Bryan County Jail uncovered contraband, the jail is promising changes at this week’s visitation period. Cigarettes, cell phones, and weapons were found recently....

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Sales Tax Increase to Help Fire Departments

Updated: 04/19/2006 - Firefighters all over Carter County could soon be the beneficiaries of a proposed tax as long as residents countywide agree to it. At the county fire chiefs’ meeting Tuesday night there was talk of...

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Drug Bust Involves Married Couple

Updated: 04/19/2006 - A search warrant led police to two suspected drug users. Police arrested 52-year-old Kenneth Steve Perry and his wife 55-year-old Virginia Rose Perry Tuesday afternoon at their home.

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White House Shake-Up

Updated: 04/19/2006 - Both behind the scenes and out in the public eye, the changes continue at the White House. It won't be Scott McClellan speaking for the president anymore as he's announced his resignation. And it won't...

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OKC Bombing 11th Anniversary

Updated: 04/19/2006 - Survivors of the Oklahoma City bombing, family and friends of those who died and survivors of the 9/11 attacks joined Wednesday to mark the 11th anniversary of the bombing. Relatives of those killed....

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Boswell Man Ran Over After Fight

Posted: 04/19/2006 - Authorities say a fight between two Boswell men ended when one ran over the other with a pickup truck. Jason Vansickle was arrested at his home in Boswell Tuesday and is being charged with assault and....

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Child Prodigy Mastering Piano

Updated: 02/21/2007 - A Denison boy is not letting his age or his eyesight interfere with his love of music. Colton Hill plays everything from nursery rhymes to the sounds of Beethoven at the age of five. Colton sees with his....

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Gas-Saving Gadgets - Part 2

Updated: 04/20/2006 - As gas prices rise, some people are spending money to save gas dollars in the long run. Some gadgets claim magnetic devices can improve has mileage, but experts in physics say it just isn't so.

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Ardmore Trails Get Green Light

Updated: 04/18/2006 - An Ardmore city project that has been years in the making is getting the go-ahead to finish. Ardmore city commissioners approved a bid last night to finish phase two of their walking trail project.

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Fraud "Victim" Arrested by Police

Updated: 04/18/2006 - Three days after Ardmore Police arrested a man for fraud, they arrested his alleged victim for similar charges. Police arrested Bristol Lee Cain on Saturday amid charges that he conned a teenage girl.

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Grayson County Employees Disciplined

Updated: 04/18/2006 - Three Grayson County employees were disciplined after an incident that occured during election night on March 7th. But county officials are remaining tight-lipped about what happened, as Sherman police investigate.

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Signs of Discontentment on Parkway

Updated: 04/18/2006 - The Sherman City Council is re-thinking a Texoma Parkway sign ordinance after complaints from several businesses. Temporary signs and banners were banned recently as part of a renewed code enforcement.

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Double Homicide Investigation

Updated: 04/18/2006 - A man is in custody today after a double homicide in Pushmataha County yesterday. It happened east of the small community of Pickens in the northeast part of the county. Two people were discovered dead...

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Attorney Arrested for 911 Abuse

Updated: 04/18/2006 - A Sherman attorney was arrested Saturday night and charged with abuse of 911 services. Sherman police made the arrest just before midnight after they say Lester Vance called 911 five times in the span of...

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Hot Weather Causes Blackouts

Updated: 04/17/2006 - Unseasonably hot temperatures forced power utilities around Texas to conduct rolling blackouts Monday. Temperatures climbed into the upper 90s and above 100 for another day Monday.

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Plant Explosion in Sherman

Updated: 04/17/2006 - An explosion happened at the Rushing Paving Asphalt Plant just after 5:00 p.m. Monday. A heating tanker that holds oil and asphalt byproducts burst into flames. Several employees were on site....

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Man Persuades Teen in Fraud Scandal

Updated: 04/17/2006 - A conman strikes in Ardmore and a local woman is left to pick up the pieces. The woman alleges that a man duped her into writing numerous checks to help him pay for close to $1 million in....

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New Chief For Sherman Fire Department

Updated: 04/17/2006 - After more than four months of searching the city of Sherman have found a new fire chief. Jeff Jones, Assistant Fire Chief of Colleyville has been named as chief. The city manager appointed Jones, and....

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Justice Center Opens in Cooke Co.

Updated: 04/17/2006 - The grand opening of the Cooke County Justice Center took place Monday. Over 300 people attended Monday morning’s grand opening and got a first look at the new $10.5 million project.

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Accident Shuts Down Hwy. 75 in Calera

Updated: 04/17/2006 - Highway 75 in Calera was shutdown while LifeStar was called to the scene of an accident Monday afternoon. Around 12:30 p.m. a black Tahoe rear-ended an equipment depot van at full speed while the....

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Vehicle Checkpoint Catches Drugs

Updated: 04/17/2006 - A drug bust in Bryan County resulted out of a vehicle checkpoint. Colbert Police arrested 48-year-old Paul Lopez of Denison. Lopez was stopped at the intersection of Sherrard Road and Highway 91....

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Man Witnesses Own Home Invasion

Updated: 04/17/2006 - It was a frightening situation for a Durant family Monday morning as their home was burglarized while they slept. Around 5:30 a.m., a house on Worley Street was broken into and several items were...

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OK House Passes Bill to Allow Tattoos

Posted: 04/17/2006 - Oklahoma is a step closing to legalizing tattooing. Oklahoma is currently the only state where tattooing is illegal but the state House of Representatives voted 70-to-28 today to legalize the practice.

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Murder Charge Filed in Purcell Death

Updated: 04/17/2006 - A first-degree murder charge was filed Monday against a Purcell grocery store stocker who's accused of killing 10-year old Jamie Bolin in an elaborate plan to eat human flesh. Prosecutors say....

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Toddler Struck by Car in Howe

Posted: 04/16/2006 - Van Alstyne firefighters say a toddler was taken to an area hospital after being struck by a car Sunday afternoon. It happened around five in the 300 block of Newman Road in Howe. The child was taken to Wilson N. Jones in Sherman by ambulance.

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