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90-year-old Wanders Away from Nursing Home

Updated: 06/16/2005 - 6-16-05 - The search for a missing nursing home patient in Sherman was called off early Thursday morning, after police found the 90-year-old man in a wooded creek. Around midnight, Oscar Alexander was reported missing...

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Looking for Food in Marietta

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-15-05 - The Nichols Dollar Saver in Marietta closed its doors on Saturday for good, but just four days later everyone in town is feeling the impact. It was the only major grocery store in town, and without it...

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Summer Shutdown - General Cable Closing

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-15-05 - After 47 years in Bonham, the General Cable Plant is closing. Employees left the plant today with their heads down, some too upset to talk about it. But those who did say the news took them by surprise.

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Howe City Leaders Terminate PD Chief

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-15-05 - The chief of police in Howe, Texas was at work Tuesday, but out of a job Wednesday. Roy Keesy has served as Howe's police chief since 1999. But at Tuesday night's city council meeting he was...

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Kitten Drowning Charges Dismissed

Updated: 06/15/2005 - 6-15-05 - A grand jury has decided not to indict a man accused of dropping a box of kittens into a creek, drowning them all. The Collin County grand jury heard from Earl Rutledge before dismissing the charges...

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Local Fishermen Compete in Nat'l Tournament

Updated: 06/15/2005 - 6-15-05 – Two local fishermen, Bruce Dixon and Barry Shrader, are one of four teams competing in the 2005 Trout Bum Tournament. They will have to prove they can do the best job of “bumming around” on a fishing trip.

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California Quake Prompts Tsunami Fears

Updated: 06/15/2005 - 6-15-05 - A major earthquake off the California coast caused a brief tsunami scare and evacuation last night. But authorities say some frazzled nerves were about the only casualties of the incident.

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2-car Accident Ejects 3 Kids

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-14-05 - A family of 7 on their way home from a vacation were involved in a 2-car accident Tuesday afternoon that ejected 3 children. A mother and father and five kids were inside a mini-van that was...

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Residents Fight Odor Problem

Updated: 06/14/2005 - 06-14-05 – A grain silo in Tom Bean is causing a smelly problem for nearby residents. They say the silo is not properly maintained and is giving off an odor than can be picked up from blocks away.

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DA Considers Capital Murder Charge

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-14-05 - Prosecutors are considering whether to seek a capital murder indictment against a man accused of killing an East Texas code enforcement officer. Michael "PeeWee" Walker was shot to death as...

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Ardmore Police Head to Arbitration

Updated: 06/14/2005 - 6-14-05 - The City of Ardmore and the police union deadlocked tonight on a new contract. It’s the first deadlock in 20 years that is likely heading for arbitration.

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Sherman Boy Catches Alligator

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-14-05 - A young boy caught an alligator yesterday at Cherry Street Park, something that hasn't happened in Sherman in more than 15 years. Damian Taylor used a fishing pole to snag the 24 inch gator.

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KXII Viewer Makes Robbery Connection

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-14-05 - A Sherman robbery was solved this month thanks to a KXII newscast and two local departments working together. But before they could file charges, the suspect made a short-lived escape from...

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Heartland Flyer Keeps Rolling

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-14-05 - On the 6th anniversary of the Heartland Flyer, Oklahoma is providing a permanent fund of $2 million to keep the passenger train service running. The Flyer takes passengers from Oklahoma City to...

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Few Line Up for Free Food

Updated: 06/14/2005 - 6-14-05 - Every child deserves a well-balanced diet. For some families, making sure their kids eat well when school is out isn't easy. Sherman lunch ladies serve up two free meals a day to any child - no questions asked.

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Boaters Rescued from Stormy Waters

Updated: 06/14/2005 - 6-14-05 - Storms, Monday night, caught a group of fishermen off guard on Lake Texoma. An 18-foot ski boat capsized after high winds hit the water just before 10:00 p.m. Four people were thrown into the water...

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Boat Thieves Sunk, Arrested

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-13-05 - Boat thieves looking for a joy ride ended up capsizing on Lake Murray, after forgetting to put the plug in the rear of the stolen boat. Lake Patrol arrested all four and rescued them from the sinking boat.

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City Worker Shot in Commerce

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-13-05 - a Commerce city worker known for always having a smile on his face was shot and killed today while doing his job. Michael "Pee Wee" Walker was taking photos of a home in violation of trash ordinances.

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Former Achille Mayor Surrenders

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-13-05 - A former mayor of Achille, Oklahoma surrendered to authorities in Bryan County Monday - just three days after his alleged accomplice shot a relative and took his own life. John Wigington had...

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Crowd Cheers - Jackson Vindicated

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-13-05 - A California jury found Michael Jackson not guilty on all 10 counts in his child molestation trial. The charges ranged from lewd molestation to lesser counts of giving alcohol to minors.

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Woman Drowns at Turner Falls

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-13-05 - A Texas woman became the 2nd drowning victim at Turner Falls this season when she fell into deep water on Sunday. The 24-year-old woman was walking underneath the falls when she...

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Cross-State Bike Ride Starts in Texoma

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-13-05 - A cross-state bicycle ride began Sunday in Paris, Texas and went through Antlers, Oklahoma. It's the first leg of Oklahoma FreeWheel 2005, with 800 riders heading to Caldwell, Kansas.

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Storms Rock TX, OK

Updated: 06/13/2005 - 6-13-05 - Nearly 12-hundred Oklahoma Gas and Electric customers are still without power this morning after severe thunderstorms moved across Oklahoma yesterday. Tornadoes also touched down in Kent County, Texas.

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Special Needs Kids Hit Home Run

Updated: 06/13/2005 - 6-13-05 – Little League baseball is a springtime tradition for many young athletes in Texoma; and that includes some players that may not normally have the chance to take the field.

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Park Hunting Under Fire

Updated: 06/12/2005 - 06-12-05 – Duck hunters may not be allowed at City Park this hunting season. Ardmore’s Parks and Recreation will hold a meeting Monday at 11:30 to discuss the topic.

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