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Rescue Turns to Recovery in New Orleans

Updated: 09/10/2005 - 9-10-05 - Searchers retrieving the dead in New Orleans have pulled at least eight body bags from a century-old senior citizens' center. Elsewhere, at City Park in the heart of New Orleans, two bodies were taken away.

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Neighborly Dispute Ends with Gunshot

Updated: 09/10/2005 - 9-10-05 - One man is in the hospital and another is behind bars after an ongoing feud between neighbors apparently ended with gunshots Saturday afternoon in Bryan County.

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School Bond Passes in Sherman

Updated: 09/11/2005 - 9-10-05 – Sherman voters approved a 77 million dollar bond package for Sherman schools Saturday. School officials say the bond passed overwhelmingly with 60 percent of the vote. The funds will pay for new classrooms and repairs.

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Mission of Relief Weblog - Shannon Wolfson

Updated: 09/12/2005 - As we drive down Highway 61 into New Orleans, we immediately notice the bulk of the traffic is headed west—out of the city. About 20 miles west of the city, we see the first signs of storm damage. Signs are blown ...

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Gas Prices Stabilizing After Post-Katrina Spike

Updated: 09/09/2005 - 9-9-05 - There are signs that retail gasoline prices are stabilizing in Texas after skyrocketing in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, according to a weekly AAA Texas gasoline price survey released Friday.

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Eight Indicted in Alleged ID Scheme

Updated: 09/09/2005 - 9-9-05 - Eight people, including two who worked in the Department of Public Safety's driver's license division, have been accused in an illegal scheme to provide state driver's licenses and identification cards to ...

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Former Ardmore Students Still Suspended Over Hair

Updated: 09/09/2005 - 9-9-05 - The principal of the school that suspended two boys because of the long hair styles their mother says is part of their culture has refused to let the boys back on campus. Rodney and Skyler Burns...

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Second Reservist Acquitted in Afghan Abuse Trial

Updated: 09/09/2005 - 9-9-05 - For the second time in two days, an Army reservist has been acquitted of charges that he beat an Afghan detainee who later died and then lied about it. A military jury took about three hours ...

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School Opens for Katrina Evacuees

Updated: 09/09/2005 - 9-9-05 - Derwinique Sylvester clung to her father's leg outside the Astrodome on Thursday while waiting for the bus that would take her to her first day in one of two schools opened exclusively for Katrina's ...

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Feds Stop Short in Assurances for Illegal Immigrants

Updated: 09/09/2005 - 9-9-05 - The Department of Homeland Security has stopped short of reassuring illegal immigrants victimized by Hurricane Katrina that they can seek help from relief agencies without fear of arrest _ something ...

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Ardmore Recruiting Evacuees

Updated: 09/09/2005 - 9-9-05 - The city of Ardmore could soon have Hurricane Katrina evacuees as permanent residents. Two local businesses along with the chamber of commerce attended a job fair for evacuees in Dallas.

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Mission of Relief Weblog - Matt Brown

Updated: 09/12/2005 - We departed Sherman at 9:15 - our plan was to rendezvous with the convoy in Hugo. They had a shorter drive from McAlester, but a convoy moves slowly. We ended up ahead - but watched them pass ...

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Manhunt Underway in Durant

Updated: 09/08/2005 - 9-8-05 - A manhunt is underway in Durant while two more have already been taken into custody. Durant Police and Bryan County Deputies are all focusing in on the field just south of Highway 70 on...

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Mission of Relief - Troops Arrive in New Orleans

Updated: 09/08/2005 - 9-8-05 - Local guard soldiers left Sunday on a mission of relief, but when they arrived in New Orleans on Tuesday, they quickly found their relief mission took on a whole new meaning. The streets of ...

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Texomans Donate Time, Money

Updated: 09/08/2005 - 9-8-05 - Hundreds of Hurricane victims rescued from the floodwaters have some Texomans to thank. Three local men left last Friday night and began pulling people out as soon as they arrived. David Beeson ...

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Recovery Loans Went to Many Undeserving Businesses

Updated: 09/08/2005 - 9-8-05 - More than 100 Dunkin' Donuts and Subway sandwich shops are among a host of companies that benefited from the government's multi billion-dollar effort to help small businesses recover ...

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Washington Elementary Evacuated Thursday Morning

Updated: 09/08/2005 - 9-8-05 - Students and teachers at Washington Elementary School in Sherman were evacuated around 11:30 a.m. Thursday morning. A report came in that something was smoking in the cafeteria, and an ...

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Officials Warn of Toxic Floodwaters

Updated: 09/08/2005 - 9-8-05 - Soldiers toting M-16s strengthened their grip on this swamped city as fears grew about the risks posed by the stinking floodwaters Thursday. Officials braced for what could be a staggering ...

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Grand Jury Indicts Delay's Committee

Updated: 09/08/2005 - 9-8-05 - A Travis County grand jury has indicted Texans for a Republican Majority, a committee formed by U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, along with the Texas Association of Business in ...

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62,000 Eligible Students Didn't Get Financial Help

Updated: 09/08/2005 - 9-8-05 - A state audit shows that more than 62,000 college students failed to get the financial aid they should have received after tuition rates increased. The tuition deregulation law passed in 2003 says ...

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First Mexican Military Convoy to U.S. Arrives at Border

Updated: 09/08/2005 - 9-8-05 - For the first time in at least 159 years, a Mexican Army unit was poised to enter the United States on Thursday, joining a separate Mexican Navy mission with aid for the victims of Hurricane Katrina.

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Perry in Limelight as Host to 240,000 Evacuees

Updated: 09/08/2005 - 9-8-05 - In little more than a week, Gov. Rick Perry went from beleaguered politician gearing up for a rough primary to magnanimous host, welcoming tens of thousands of hurricane evacuees...

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Evacuees Begin Finding Ways to Leave Shelters

Updated: 09/08/2005 - 9-8-05 - New Orleans evacuee Tony Owens is busy trying to settle in to a new life in Dallas, setting up a post office box, trying to get unemployment benefits, searching for a job and a place other than a ...

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Accused Soldier Begins Trial Over Detainee Abuse

Updated: 09/08/2005 - 9-8-05 - A day after one Ohio reservist was acquitted in the beating of Afghan detainee who later died, another soldier accused of the same charge was set to go to trial. Sgt. Darin Broady, a member of the...

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Evacuated Kids Enroll in Texoma

Updated: 09/08/2005 - 9-8-05 – 60,000 students evacuated from the hurricane-ravaged areas are expected to enroll in Texas schools. Local school districts are ready to take them on, they say, if only parents would sign up their children.

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