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Choctaw Nation gives $443,911.33 to Red Cross

Updated: 09/16/2005 - 9-16-05 - The Choctaws have come through in a big way in their effort to assist victims of Hurricane Katrina. Chief Gregory E. Pyle has presented a check for $443,911.33 to representatives of ...

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Staph Infections Spread Through Grayson County

Updated: 09/16/2005 - 9-16-05 - KXII first reported several weeks ago about a group of Denison students who came down with a form or staph infections. Now it is spreading to other schools in Grayson County.

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Tests Reveal Honey Bees Attacked Pontotoc Man

Updated: 09/16/2005 - 9-16-05 - Average honey bees were responsible for attack on a Pontotoc County man three weeks ago. 84-year-old Joe Daniel was stung over 100 times by a swarm of bees while he was fishing ...

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National Day of Prayer for Katrina Victims

Updated: 09/16/2005 - 9-16-05 - Americans across the country joined Friday in a National Day of Prayer and Remembrance for victims of Hurricane Katrina, looking for lessons in the vast suffering and seeking the strength to ...

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Missing Ardmore Family Found in Houston

Updated: 09/16/2005 - 9-16-05 - A family of five thought missing from Ardmore has now been found with the help of the Ardmore School District. KXII reported Thursday that 26-year-old Pedro Mata of Duncan had gone to visit...

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TXU Crews Restoring Power In Gulf Coast

Updated: 09/16/2005 - 9-16-05 - TXU Electric Delivery crews are close to restoring electric service to a critical coal port, International Marine Terminal, in Myrtle Grove, Plaquemines Parish. International Marine Terminal is located

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Regents Approve Funds for Progress Portal

Posted: 09/16/2005 - 9-16-05 - Higher education leaders selected a vendor and approved funding Thursday to create a Web-based system in which students can track their progress toward meeting college entrance ...

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Texas Gas Prices Continue Falling

Updated: 09/16/2005 - 9-16-05 - Gas prices continue to fall below $3 per gallon as disrupted refineries and oil pipelines get back online after Hurricane Katrina, according to a weekly AAA Texas gasoline price survey ...

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Unlicensed Houston Doctor Indicted in Fraud Scheme

Updated: 09/16/2005 - 9-16-05 - An unlicensed Houston doctor has been indicted on charges of signing preprinted prescriptions for motorized wheelchairs and subsequently cheating Medicare and Medicaid out of nearly ...

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Hurricane Katrina Evacuees Feel Slighted by President

Updated: 09/16/2005 - 9-16-05 - A few dozen refugees who watched President Bush's speech to the nation about Hurricane Katrina Thursday said they felt slighted because he never visited the shelter where they're staying ...

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New Orleans Musicians Finding a Home in Texas

Updated: 09/16/2005 - 9-16-05 - The Peaux Boys, a blues band formed out of two displaced New Orleans musicians, rocked a RiverWalk British pub Thursday night with sounds that made the Crescent City famous.

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Wilmer-Hutchins Bought Art, Furniture With Education Money

Updated: 09/16/2005 - 9-16-05 - Officials in the now-defunct Wilmer-Hutchins school district deliberately inflated student numbers to obtain more federal funds and misused that money to buy items such as furniture and artwork ...

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Ardmore Mom & Children Missing

Updated: 09/15/2005 - 9-15-05 - Ardmore police are concerned that a woman and her three children could be in danger, after they disappeared along with her ex-boyfriend. They say Pedro Mata has a history of domestic violence.

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Evacuees Enroll in Texoma Colleges

Updated: 09/15/2005 - 9-15-05 - Hundreds of college students displaced by Hurricane Katrina are finding ways to continue their education, often times with the help of local educators. Three college students from Louisiana...

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Mayor Says French Quarter To Reopen Soon

Updated: 09/15/2005 - 9-15-05 - Mayor Ray Nagin announced Thursday that large sections of the city will reopen next week, and the historic French Quarter the week after that. "The city of New Orleans ... will start to breathe ...

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Katrina Most Destructive U.S. Storm Ever

Updated: 09/15/2005 - 9-15-05 - Hurricane Katrina has become the most destructive such storm ever to strike the United States, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said Thursday. Katrina's sustained winds...

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Contestant Leaves Truck Contest, Kills Himself

Updated: 09/15/2005 - 9-15-05 - A participant in an East Texas contest popularized in a 1998 documentary film left the event early Thursday, broke into a nearby store, retrieved a shotgun and killed himself, police said.

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Auto Theft Trial Beings For Coalgate Chamber President

Updated: 09/15/2005 - 9-15-05 - The president of the Coalgate Chamber of Commerce goes on trial next week on auto theft charges. Rebecca Washburn was arrested on June 15th on charges stemming from ...

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AC Commemorates Constitution

Updated: 09/15/2005 - 9-15-05 - An exhibit on the U.S. Constitution is on display in Austin College's Abell Library Sept.13 through 28. The exhibit includes a print of the Constitution, short biographies of each of the document's ...

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Fatal Accident on Texoma Parkway

Updated: 09/15/2005 - 9-15-05 - A man died after the vehicle he was in crossed over the median striking a building around the 3600 block of Texoma Parkway early Wednesday evening. Sherman Police Officer Kevin Garbacik ...

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UT, Texas Tech Unveil Proposals for Bush Library

Updated: 09/15/2005 - 9-15-05 - The University of Texas System on Wednesday unveiled a proposal to host President Bush's presidential library and museum in Austin or Dallas. Meanwhile, Texas Tech University ...

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Deadly Train Collision Near Houston

Updated: 09/15/2005 - 9-15-05 - A worker died early Thursday when one Union Pacific train hit another, derailing both and causing a fuel spill, a company spokesman said. Hundreds of area residents were evacuated ...

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Soldier to Stand Trial on Drug Smuggling Charges

Updated: 09/15/2005 - 9-15-05 - A U.S. Army soldier accused in a scheme to smuggle cocaine into the United States on military flights from Colombia is set to go on trial at Fort Bliss. Staff Sgt. Kelvin Irizarry-Melendez is accused of ...

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Katrina May Keep Family From Funeral

Updated: 09/15/2005 - 9-15-05 - Hurricane Katrina may leave Alma Morrow with few relatives at her funeral. The 78-year-old New Orleans resident was the matriarch of a several dozen-member family. But at least 20 of them...

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Death Row Case Questioned Because of Crime Lab Problems

Updated: 09/15/2005 - 9-15-05 - A Texas appeals court has ordered a new hearing in a death row case because of questions about the Houston Police Department's handling of DNA evidence. The ruling opens the door for more ...

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