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Bio-Diesel Has Future in Durant

Updated: 07/25/2005 - 7-25-05 - In about four months, Durant will be home to the first bio-diesel fuel plant in Oklahoma. Earth Bio-Fuels is busy preparing their future site, which will drastically change Durant's skyline and history.

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Car Burglars Caught on Tape

Updated: 07/25/2005 - 7-25-05 - A surveillance tape has captured four thieves from a string of burglaries last week. Now Ardmore police are hoping it leads to their actual capture and the end to a rash of crime.

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City/County Rebuilding Downtown Sherman

Updated: 07/25/2005 - 7-25-05 - The City of Sherman is joining forces with Grayson County to help revive the downtown district. A Monday morning meeting set the wheels in motion for tax abatements and matching grants.

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New Plan for Attracting Business

Updated: 07/25/2005 - 7-25-05 - The city of Ardmore hopes a new marketing campaign will make them more competitive when it comes to attracting more business. The A.D.A says it's the right time to change Ardmore's image.

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Deputies Investigate Armed Robbery

Updated: 07/25/2005 - 7-25-05 – Authorities are searching for two men involved in an aggravated robbery early Monday morning. A 25-year-old Flower Mound man told deputies two men robbed him on a county road around 1:00 a.m.

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Shuttle Discovery Lifts Off

Updated: 07/26/2005 - 7-26-05 - The space shuttle Discovery has lifted off for a flight to the international space station. It marks a return to flight for the shuttle, two and a-half years after the Columbia disaster.

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Overnight House Fire under Investigation

Updated: 07/25/2005 - 7-25-05 – The Fire Marshall is investigating an overnight blaze in Thackerville, Oklahoma. Firefighters were called to the scene of a house fire along Highway 77 - north of Scott Road around midnight...

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Red Cross Victims of Thieves

Updated: 07/24/2005 - 7-24-05 - The American Red Cross in Ardmore was the victim of thieves this weekend, who not only stole thousands of dollars worth of loot, but also caused thousands of dollars in damage.

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Three Teens Injured in Crash

Updated: 07/24/2005 - 7-24-05 - Three teenagers were inside an SUV when it rolled over on F.M. 902 near the Van Alstyne and Howe county line. One of the teens was taken by medical helicopter to a Dallas hospital.

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Tax Free; Red River Rivalry

Updated: 07/24/2005 - 7-24-05 - Some Oklahoma merchants will pay their customers' sales taxes next month as they wage their annual battle against Texas' popular sales tax holiday. The event, scheduled August 4th thru the 7th, draws thousands of Oklahomans to stores in Texas....

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Two Arrests in Vandalism

Updated: 07/23/2005 - 7-23-05 - Two men arrested Friday have admitted involvement in the recent vandalism of a Princeton family's home. The men were originally picked up on other charges. They deny the vandalism was racially motivated.

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Local Lake- Center of Lawsuit

Updated: 07/23/2005 - 7-23-05 - Oklahoma plans to appeal a judge's ruling that has the federal government seeking 64 million from the state. U.S. Senior District Judge James Ellison ruled in May that a 1974 contract between the federal government and Oklahoma's Water Conservation Storage....

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Shuttle Countdown Begins

Updated: 07/23/2005 - 7-23-05 - The countdown has begun. NASA is now officially counting down the days and hours until the scheduled Tuesday morning launch of the space shuttle Discovery. But they haven't gotten to the bottom of the fuel-gauge problem that scrubbed the July 13th launch.

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Mega Millons - No Winners in Texas

Updated: 07/23/2005 - 7-22-05 - The Mega Millions jackpot for Friday night was an estimated $170 million for the Friday, July 22 drawing. 9 tickets came within just one number of hitting the jackpot on Tuesday.

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Fire Destroys Paris Apartments

Updated: 07/22/2005 - 7-22-05 - An apartment complex in Paris, Texas burned down just after midnight. It destroyed three of the four buildings at the One Oak Place Apartments. By midnight, the roof was completely engulfed in flames.

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Closing Ceremonies at Memorial Wall

Updated: 07/24/2005 - 7-24-05 - Texomans didn't seem to want to part with the Vietnam Wall Experience Sunday evening. The closing ceremonies at the Wall were full of emotion and patriotism.

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Father Arrested for Infant Abuse

Updated: 07/22/2005 - 7-22-05 - OSBI agents arrested the father of a 9-week-old girl for severely shaking that child. Agents arrested 20-year-old Justin Wayne Brese at a family member’s home in Boswell Friday afternoon.

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Burning Body Found in Cooke Co.

Updated: 07/22/2005 - 7-22-05 – Texas Rangers and Cooke County Sheriff’s Deputies are investigating a gruesome discovery. The body of a young woman was found, burning one mile east of Muenster on the south side of Highway 82.

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FBI Investigates Jail Construction

Updated: 07/22/2005 - 7-22-05 - Atoka County prosecutors say the FBI is investigating allegations a Texas construction company forged surety bonds and stole county money. B-3 Detention Solutions began work on a new County jail this year.

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Local Scams: A Warning in Print

Updated: 07/22/2005 - 7-22-05 – Every day, scam artists prey on the innocent. In Texoma, their victims are often seniors. But a program that focuses on helping people eat is also the driving force to protect them from fraud.

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Deadly Shooting on London Subway

Updated: 07/22/2005 - 7-22-05 - London's police chief says today's shooting in a subway station -- in which a man was killed by police -- is "directly linked" to what he calls the "ongoing and expanding anti-terrorist operation."

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State of State Speech in Oklahoma

Updated: 07/21/2005 - 7-21-05 - Governor Brad Henry says a spirit of cooperation is most important in Oklahoma's business environment. The governor delivered his state of the state address to a group of business leaders.

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Ok & Tx Waiting on Road Dollars

Updated: 07/21/2005 - 7-21-05 - House and Senate negotiators are still at odds over how to divide billions of federal dollars in highway money among the states. Republican Senator Jim Inhofe says the negotiators are close to making a decision but still need more time.

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Stickers Could Save Lives

Updated: 07/22/2005 - 7-21-05 - Children left in hot cars – a deadly mistake that's claimed 17 lives nationwide this summer already. The latest happened on Monday in Durant. But one local woman is hoping to give all drivers a reminder.

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Local Scouts Leave for Jamboree

Updated: 07/21/2005 - 7-21-05 - Some southern Oklahoma Boy Scouts loaded up on a bus and headed to The National Scout Jamboree. 36 Scouts from Troop 1735, along with four adults, are making the journey. The jamboree is in Virginia but they plan to stop along the way.

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