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Students Remembers AIDS Victims

Updated: 12/02/2005 - 12-2-05 - Across the world, millions of people have spent Thursday remembering those who have either lost their lives to AIDS or are still living with the HIV virus. In Texoma, a special ceremony was held ...

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Dora, Boots and the Gang in Sherman Today

Updated: 12/02/2005 - 12-2-05 - Moms and Dads, grab the kids and get ready for some fun on a Friday evening. Dora the Explorer is coming to Sherman! Dora and Boots grabbed their map and their backpack and they'll be ...

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Deer, Apparently Thinking it's a Dog, Will be Put to Sleep

Updated: 12/02/2005 - 12-2-05 - A tame deer that apparently thinks it's a dog is scheduled to be put to death because of aggressive behavior, officials said. The young buck appeared at the home of Sally and Tom KenHagen ...

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Two Colombians Sentenced in Drugs-for-Arms Scandal

Updated: 12/02/2005 - 12-2-05 - Two Colombian nationals have been sentenced by a federal judge for their role in a $25 million weapons-for-cocaine plot involving Texas businessmen and Colombian terrorists.

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Turner Falls Hoping to Get Facelift

Updated: 12/02/2005 - 12-2-05 - A popular tourist destination in Southern Oklahoma could soon be changing its look. Turner Falls in Davis wants to update the park and is hoping the city agrees. More than 200,000 people ...

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Late Tax Statements Worry Schools

Updated: 12/02/2005 - 12-2-05 - Property tax statements in Grayson County are usually sent out around October 15th, but with new state mandates and software changes in the Tax Assessor's Office, those forms are 45 days ...

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Three Injured in Shooting at Reserve Base

Updated: 12/02/2005 - 12-2-05 - Three sailors were injured in a shooting at a military reserve base Thursday and the gunman was in custody, an official said. The three were shot at Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve ...

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DHS Offering To Help Pay Heating Bills

Updated: 12/02/2005 - 12-2-05 - The state Department of Human Services is now taking applications for the federal Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program. DHS expects to have about eight million dollars to ...

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Area Drought Impacting Price of Hay

Updated: 12/01/2005 - 12-1-05 - The price of hay is now going up on both sides of the Red River. It's another effect of the drought, and now there is a high demand and a shortened supply. As the price of hay ...

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Teacher, Youth Counselor Charged With Growing Marijuana

Updated: 12/01/2005 - 12-1-05 - A Broken Arrow elementary school teacher and her youth counselor husband are facing four drug counts in connection with an indoor marijuana growing operation. Rebecca Ann Meador ...

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U.S. Bases Attacked in Iraq

Updated: 12/01/2005 - 12-1-05 - Insurgents attacked several U.S. bases and government offices with mortars and rockets Thursday before dispersing in the capital of western Iraq's Anbar province, residents and police said.

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Check Scam Lands in Local Mailboxes

Updated: 12/01/2005 - 12-1-05 - She thought it was her lucky day when she received a $4,000 check in the mail, but at the bank it was a different story. It was a scam that nearly claimed another victim, and this is actually not ...

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Helicopters Help Douse Wildfires

Updated: 12/01/2005 - 12-1-05 - A wildfire in Carter County is finally under control, but not before emergency officials had to call in a Chinook helicopter to douse the flames. Fire departments have been fighting the fire since...

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Woman Dies Fighting Grass Fire

Updated: 11/30/2005 - 11-30-05 - A Carter County woman died Tuesday while defending her home from an oncoming grass fire. It happened 3 miles north of Wilson on Crest Road. The woman was using a garden hose when she ...

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Missouri Added to Love Field Destinations

Updated: 11/30/2005 - 11-30-05 - President Bush signed a spending bill Wednesday that adds Missouri to the list of states serviced by Dallas Love Field as a result of restrictions of the Wright amendment.

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Meth Lab Bust in Denison

Updated: 11/30/2005 - 11-30-05 - Grayson deputies serving a warrant in Denison ended up arresting two people for something even more serious. It happened around midnight when a warrant for theft by check was ...

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Carter County Inmate Back Behind Bars

Updated: 12/01/2005 - 12-1-05 - A Carter County inmate who tricked jailers into letting her out last week is now back behind bars. Karen Neveling was released early on Thanksgiving morning after she used another inmate's ...

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Automobile Hits Pedestrian on US 69

Updated: 11/30/2005 - 11-30-05 - An auto-pedestrian accident sent two people to the hospital Wednesday morning. It happened just before 8:30 a.m. on Highway 69 just south of Dripping Springs Road. Crews were setting up a ...

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President Bush Defends his Embattled War Policy

Updated: 11/30/2005 - 11-30-05 - President Bush confronted doubts about his war policy Wednesday, asserting more Iraqi security forces are taking the lead in battle but saying it's still uncertain when U.S. forces ...

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Some Oklahoma School Districts Not Making the Grade

Updated: 11/30/2005 - 11-30-05 - Low test scores and graduation rates prompted state education officials to order 22 Oklahoma school districts, including Oklahoma City and Tulsa, to improve based on federal ...

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Man Shot at Ardmore Apartments

Updated: 11/30/2005 - 11-30-05 - A man was shot in the chest at an Ardmore apartment complex Tuesday night. The victim actually called 911 from the Willowbrook Apartments of Monroe Street just after 5 p.m...

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Cold Case Update - Miller Charged Again

Updated: 12/01/2005 - 12-1-05 - A big turn of events in Marietta Wednesday morning. The district attorney's office knew if they couldn't find their main witness, Tina Mosely, by Wednesday morning, then the case could get ...

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Railroad Ties Burn Along Highway 82

Updated: 11/30/2005 - 11-30-05 - A grass fire sparked a much larger problem today when it hit a business that sold railroad ties. The heavy lumber burned like kindling in a fire that could be seen for miles along Highway 82.

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Tyson Plant Getting Closer to Opening

Updated: 11/30/2005 - 11-30-05 - Back in January, Governor Rick Perry and Sherman City Leaders welcomed Tyson to town and the promise of more than 1,000 jobs. Now the opening is a little more than two months away ...

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Hurricane Season Ends, Next Year's Warnings Begin

Updated: 11/29/2005 - 11-29-05 - The busiest and costliest Atlantic hurricane season on record officially - and mercifully - draws to a close Wednesday, with hundreds of thousands of Americans still dealing with the ...

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