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Dying Wish Letter Is a Fraud

Updated: 02/01/2006 - A letter designed to touch the hearts of local businesses has turned out to be a fraud. The forwarded letter asks for business cards as a boy's dying wish, but the story has been circulated for a decade.

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County Commish Under Investigation

Updated: 02/01/2006 - A Bryan County commissioner is under investigation by a neighboring district, after allegations of misuse of county property. John Spence was elected to District 3 last year after the death of a former ...

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Former Brothel Gets Facelift

Updated: 01/31/2006 - The former Knox Hotel, a notorious brothel in downtown Ardmore, is getting a major makeover. For nearly two decades, the building has set empty, but new owners hope to make it a destination hotel.

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More Wildfire Assistance Announced

Updated: 01/29/2006 - More Oklahoma counties have been added to a federal disaster declaration for wildfires. This will allow individuals to apply for federal aid that includes grants to help pay for temporary housing and repairs.

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Teen Work Hours under Fire

Updated: 01/29/2006 - Some lawmakers are hoping to increase the state's high school graduation rate by introducing legislation that would limit the amount of hours a teenager can work.

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Home Break-In Leads to Manhunt

Updated: 01/29/2006 - Officers from several departments joined Bryan County deputies and Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers in a manhunt that began after a homeowner called police to report a break-in.

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News Anchor, Photographer Injured in Iraq

Updated: 01/29/2006 - ABC News co-anchor Bob Woodruff and his award-winning cameraman have undergone surgery, after being seriously injured in a roadside bombing 12 miles north of Baghdad.

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Challenger Astronauts Honored on 20 Year Anniversary

Updated: 01/28/2006 - The widow of a Challenger astronaut spoke to the hundreds of people who gathered today at the Kennedy Space Center for a ceremony to honor the crew of the ill-fated shuttle.

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Two Arrested in Lone Grove Robbery

Updated: 01/28/2006 - Police arrested two men who are accused of robbing a Lone Grove store Thursday night. The clerk says they did not show a weapon, but managed to get away with the store’s registers.

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More Rain Needed to End Fire Danger

Updated: 01/28/2006 - Weather officials say today's rainfall isn't enough to end the state's relentless wildfire season. Fire Information Officer Rob Kopack says nine to twelve inches of rain will be needed over the next three months.

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Communities Raise Money for Firefighters

Updated: 01/28/2006 - Communities throughout south-central Oklahoma are making today Firefighter Appreciation Day. Communities in Jefferson, Johnston, Love, Marshall and Murray counties are accepting donations...

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A Bumpy Ride: Drought Damages Roads

Updated: 01/28/2006 - Drought conditions this winter are making the drive on county roads a very rough one in some places. Grayson County commissioners say they are making road repairs...

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Bill Could Require Helmets for ATV Riders

Updated: 01/26/2006 - A proposal intended to reduce deaths and injuries to children and teenagers on all-terrain vehicles is being offered by state Senator Bernest Cain. The bill called The Children's ATV Safety Act ...

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Parents Face Neglect Charges

Updated: 01/25/2006 - Two days after their infant child died, an Ardmore couple has been charged with child neglect. 23-year-old Ricky Don Moore and 18-year-old Christina Upton were arrested around 7pm Wednesday night.

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Lawmakers Push Tax Free Weekend

Updated: 01/25/2006 - Oklahoma state democrats are proposing a tax-free weekend again this year, but local lawmakers say southern Oklahoma may have the most to gain. Oklahoma senators Jay Paul Gumm, Johhnie Crutchfield ...

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Sherman Mayor Denies Woman's Claim

Updated: 01/26/2006 - Sherman mayor Bill Magers denies a sexual harassment claim made by a former employee. On Wednesday, a Grayson County grand jury declined to indict the mayor on any criminal charges.

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Assisted Living Center Loses License

Updated: 01/25/2006 - A local assisted living center has been serving residents for the last fifteen years, but the end of the month could bring and end to their business.

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Officials Ask for More Fire Assistance

Updated: 01/25/2006 - The Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management is asking that the wildfire disaster declaration issued by the federal government be expanded. President Bush signed a disaster declaration for 12......

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Alito Confirmed by Judiciary Committee

Updated: 01/24/2006 - The White House says Democrats who oppose Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito are guilty of "relentless attacks and distortion" of his record. The Judiciary Committee voted ten-to-eight on party lines to send Alito's nomination to the full Senate for a vote.

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Crime on Decline in Ardmore

Updated: 01/24/2006 - The Ardmore police department says crime is on the decline in their city. The crime rate from 2005 was down six percent from 2004. But not everyone believes the numbers.

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Bryan County Trying to Trim Inmate Pop.

Updated: 01/24/2006 - Officials in Bryan County are hoping to trim the inmate population there so they need to use only one of two local jails. But they say closing the county auxiliary lockup isn't an option.

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Shooting Sends Woman to Hospital

Updated: 01/24/2006 - A verbal dispute between neighbors in Denison ended with a woman shot Monday night. Police say the alleged shooter fled the scene, but they caught up with him a short time later.

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New History - SOSU Mascot Change

Updated: 01/23/2006 - 1-23-06 - Southeastern decided last Friday to change their mascot from the Savage to the Savage Storm. But with almost 80 years of history behind the name, SOSU is now tasked with changing nicknames.

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Lake Texoma Changes Make Waves

Updated: 01/23/2006 - 1-23-06 - A popular area of Lake Texoma is getting a makeover, but it will also force dozens of families out of their favorite vacation spot. Paw Paw Creek Resort, near Gordonville, will soon become a resort and golf course.

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Police Find Explosive Device, AK-47

Updated: 01/24/2006 - Ardmore police say a burglary in Carter County led them to a home off 2nd Avenue on Saturday, where they found an AK-47 and a homemade explosive device. Five people are behind bars ...

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