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Charges Filed in Toddler Death

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 7-6-05 - A Sherman man is accused of causing the death of a 20-month-old girl on Tuesday. 20-year-old Patrick Earl Mosley called 911 at 4:30pm, saying that the toddler was not breathing...

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Beer and Wine Sales Near

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 7-5-05 - People in Sherman craving a six-pack will be able to stay in town to buy their drinks by the end of the summer. The city voted to go "wet" in May, but red tape has kept convenience stores from selling.

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Rocket Rides Coming to Oklahoma

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 7-5-05 - If you want to travel into space, and have an extra $300,000 lying around, an Oklahoma-based company has just the ticket. Rocketplane will offer sub-orbital spacecraft flights to tourists by 2007.

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Celina Football Player Charged

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 7-5-05 - A Celina football star is facing some serious charges after three teenage girls claim he exposed himself to them outside a restaurant. Alan Jones faces charges of indecent exposure.

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Vehicle Hydroplanes; Two Injured

Updated: 07/05/2005 - 7-5-05 - Two teenagers from Edmond were taken to the hospital after an accident on Highway 70 and Hoxbar. Police say the teens were traveling west on the highway, when they hydroplaned into the center median...

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Farmhouse Fire Under Investigation

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 7-5-05 – The Fire Marshall has been called to investigate a blaze at a Bryan County farmhouse Tuesday morning. The call for help went out around 7:00 a.m. Firefighters believe lightning may be to blame...

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Lake Businesses Report Good Year

Updated: 07/05/2005 - 7-5-05 – Businesses on Lake Texoma flourished over the holiday weekend, despite the rain. Boat and cabin rental were up. Marina managers said they were pleasantly surprise by the surge of business since Friday.

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Island Trash is Growing Problem

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 7-4-05 - As more than 100,000 people descended on Lake Texoma this holiday weekend, hundreds left behind piles of trash on one of the lake's most popular islands. Today, volunteers were cleaning up the mess.

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2,000 Without Power in Denison

Updated: 07/04/2005 - 7-4-05 – Lightning and wind caused power outages in Grayson County Monday morning. 2,000 residents were without electricity for over an hour after a line of thunderstorms moved through the area...

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Berry Farm is a Summertime Tradition

Updated: 07/04/2005 - 7-4-05 - For families across Texoma, the Fourth of July is about spending time together. In the same spirit, one local farm thrives on the families that visit its blueberry fields.

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Fireworks Sales Could Set Record

Updated: 07/04/2005 - 7-4-05 - The Fourth of July is prime time for people who make and sell fireworks, and this may be their most bang-up season in history.The American Pyrotechnics Association is predicting record sales this year...

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Deep Impact in Space

Updated: 07/04/2005 - 7-4-05 - A dazzling holiday fireworks display 83 million miles from Earth. A NASA space probe has hit its comet target in a mission scientists hope will reveal clues to how the solar system formed.

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Missing Mom Calls Home

Updated: 07/04/2005 - 7-4-05 – A Durant mother, missing since Tuesday, has called home, saying she is safe. Aimee Tynan was last seen leaving work in Addison June 28th. Her family notified authorities and launched a search...

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Charges Filed in Missing Man Case

Updated: 07/04/2005 - 7-4-05 - The body of an Atoka County man missing for more than a week was found Sunday at the McGee Creek Wildlife Management Area in Atoka County. OHP officials say a friend of the man led them to the body.

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New Rescue Boat on Lake Texoma

Updated: 07/03/2005 - 7-3-05 - A new puchase is helping one local volunteer fire department make the waters on Lake Texoma a little safer, just in time for one of the busiest holidays on the lake.

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Man Drowns in Backyard Lake

Updated: 07/03/2005 - 7-3-05 - A fishing trip turned deadly for a man who became tangled up in a net Sunday morning. Jaime Oliviera drown in a small stock lake on private property in Cooke County while he was fishing with his brother-in-law.

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Nichols Admits Involvement in Bombing

Updated: 07/02/2005 - 7-2-05 - An Oklahoma City newspaper reports that Terry Nichols has told the FBI and his family he was involved in the 1995 bombing of the Oklahoma City federal building.

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Firefighter Overcome Battling Blaze

Updated: 07/02/2005 - 7-2-05 - A Grayson County firefighter was overcome battling a grass fire alone at the Grayson County airport Saturday. Jim Kyle tried to fight the fire by himself when he collapsed underneath the wing of a plane.

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Light It Up; Lasers In Denison

Updated: 07/01/2005 - 7-01-05 – Around 3,000 people turned out for Denison’s Fourth of July Celebration in downtown on Friday night. Spur 503 and a laser light show headlined the festivities. Before the show, Denison Mayor Bill Lindsay said they would try to have fireworks next year.

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Pay Up! Owners Charged

Updated: 07/01/2005 - 7-1-05 – The Bonham Livestock Auction shut down three years ago, and since then two of the owners have been charged with bank fraud. Dorothy Gibbs learned her fate yesterday. She was sentenced to a year and half in prison.

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Rodeo Dream: Local Girl Learns to Ride

Updated: 07/01/2005 - 7-1-05 – A group of rodeo queen contestants are taking-in a fellow horse lover. Jessica Hall of Denison always wanted to ride in the rodeo, but a long battle with cancer kept her feet firmly planted on the ground.

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Sandra Day O’Conner to Retire

Updated: 07/01/2005 - 7-1-05 - The first woman to serve on the Supreme Court is retiring from the bench. Sandra Day O'Connor has sent a letter to President Bush informing him she intends to step down as soon as a successor is confirmed to take her place.

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Holiday Travel Could Set Record

Updated: 07/01/2005 - 7-1-05 - Thanksgiving and Christmas are usually the busiest travel periods of the year, but not this year. AAA says the Fourth of July weekend beginning today could see more Americans traveling than ever before.

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Sherman Schools Growing Up

Updated: 06/30/2005 - 6-30-05 – The Sherman School Board approved a $77 million bond election to be held September 10th. The bond would made additions to every campus as well as open up three new elementary schools.

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Former SOSU Student Killed in Iraq

Updated: 07/01/2005 - 6-30-05 - An Oklahoma man with ties to Durant was killed on Monday in Iraq. 30-year-old Steve Shepard from Purcell, Oklahoma was flying a helicopter that crashed north of Baghdad on Monday.

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