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Lifesaving Transplant for Local Woman

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 1-21-05 - A young woman from Marietta has undergone a potentially life-saving lung transplant. It happened 3 months after First News told you about Lisa Parker and her family's extraordinary attempts to arrange the transplant.

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New Sticker For Car Registration

Updated: 01/21/2005 - 1-21-05 – A new TEX-DOT program called “point of sale sticker printing” has made it’s way to Grayson County. The new program is considered a convenience for vehicle owners as well as law enforcement.

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Progress in Jury Selection for Andre Thomas

Updated: 01/21/2005 - 1-21-05 – Attorneys are on their way to picking the 12 people who will decide the fate of Andre Thomas. Nearly two weeks after jury selection began; attorneys have seated three jurors.

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Alcohol Fuels High Speed Chase

Updated: 01/21/2005 - 1-21-05 – A man, with a history of running from the law, led authorities on a high speed chase and foot pursuit Thursday night. The 50-year-old suspect refused to pull over when an officer attempted to make traffic stop around 9:20 p.m...

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No Sign of Golden Algae in Lake Texoma

Updated: 01/21/2005 - 1-20-05 - One year after Golden Algae first appeared in Lake Texoma and killed thousands of fish, the threat appears to have not returned. Wildlife specialist Bruce Hysmith has been sampling the lake every...

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Law Could Stop Canadian Drugs

Updated: 01/20/2005 - 1-20-05 – The Canadian Health Minister is attempting to put a stop to American doctors who send drug orders to Canada. Almost 2 million Americans purchase their drugs from Canada because of the lower cost.

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Local Reaction To Four More Years

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 1-20-05 – Inauguration Day has political talk flowing in Texoma. At a local diner, customers gave President Bush high marks for the job he's done. They also have high expectations for what comes next.

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Lone Grove Church Burns

Updated: 01/20/2005 - 1-20-05 – The Fire Marshall is investigating a church fire Thursday morning. The Assembly of God Church on North Newport Road, near Highway 70, in Lone Grove caught fire around midnight.

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Bush Sworn in for Second Term

Updated: 01/20/2005 - 1-20-05 - Huge cheers and a fanfare for President Bush as he took the stage for his swearing in. He was sworn-in outside the US Capitol by ailing Chief Justice William Rehnquist.

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Sports Renovation at Southeastern

Updated: 01/19/2005 - 1-19-05 - Officials and dignitaries broke ground Wednesday for a new college and high school sports complex in Durant. By next fall, Paul Laird field will have artificial turf, new locker rooms and more seating.

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Gordonville Man Busted for Prescription Meds

Updated: 01/19/2005 - 1-19-05 - Grayson County narcotics agents arrested a 53-year old Gordonville man Tuesday night for selling the drug Oxycontin out of his home in Gordonville. The deputies executed a search warrant in the 700 block of Howard Road in Gordonville.

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Missing Durant Girls Rescued

Updated: 01/19/2005 - 1-19-05 - Durant police are investigating what happened to two young girls over the weekend, after concerns that they were held against their will in an apartment complex. The girls, ages 11 and 12...

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City Clerk Under Investigation

Updated: 01/19/2005 - 1-19-05 - The Carter County District Attorney is investigating criminal allegations against the Dickson city clerk. The Dickson police department claims Jackie Massey tampered with mail headed for...

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Family Wise to Scam Artist's Attempts

Updated: 01/21/2005 - 1-19-05 - Stolen checks in Pennsylvania have led to a scam that arrived in a Grayson County mailbox recently. Gary Colwell and his wife received a check for $1,950.46 along with a letter saying...

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Senate Committee Approves Rice; 16-2

Updated: 01/19/2005 - 1-19-05 - The Senate Foreign Relations Committee has overwhelmingly approved the nomination of Condoleezza Rice to be the next secretary of state. The full Senate is expected to vote to confirm Rice tomorrow...

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Lights Out - Big Rig Accident Cripples Traffic

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 1-19-05 – Two semi-trucks collided in Durant early Wednesday, destroying the traffic light at a notoriously busy intersection. By 1:30pm, officers were working a 2nd accident at the same spot.

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Flu Shot Restrictions Lifted in Oklahoma

Updated: 01/18/2005 - 1-18-05 - After long lines last fall in Texoma, the wait for flu shots may finally be over. Beginning Wednesday, the Oklahoma State Department of Health is lifting all restrictions on flu shots in the state.

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Mid-Air Collison - Jet Hits Crop Duster

Updated: 01/18/2005 - 1-18-05 - A military training jet collided with a crop duster 5,000 feet over Tillman County in southwest Oklahoma. One person was killed in the mid-air collision between the T-37 jet and the civilian plane.

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Lawman on Other Side of Law

Updated: 01/18/2005 - 1-18-05 – Criminal charges have been filed against a veteran of the Bryan County Sheriff’s Department. Former detective Mike Overton is charged with embezzlement after investigators say he admitted to taking more than $1,000 in cash...

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Additional Charges Filed in Death of ECU Player

Updated: 01/18/2005 - 1-18-05 – The man charged with the hit-and-run death of an East Central University football player will face trial. A Pontotoc County judge made the decision after a preliminary hearing Tuesday morning.

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Fire Guts Family Home

Updated: 01/18/2005 - 1-18-05 – A Grayson County family is unable to live in their home after fire caused extensive smoke damage. Flames broke out around 4:30 p.m. Monday at a home on Inlow Road near Howe.

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Familiar Sight for Family of Marine

Updated: 01/18/2005 - 1-17-05 - A Fannin County family waiting on word from their marine son stationed in Iraq saw a familiar face on KXII Sunday night. The Barker family of Leonard was watching a 60 Minutes story when...

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Vegas Weatherman Fired Over Racial Slur

Posted: 01/17/2005 - 1-17-05 - A TV weatherman in Las Vegas has been fired for making an on-air racial slur about Martin Luther King. Rob Blair of KTNV was looking ahead to Monday's forecast on Saturday when he...

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State Justice Remembers King

Updated: 01/17/2005 - 1-17-05 – Texas State Supreme Court Justice Dale Wainwright spoke at Austin College on the holiday that marked Dr. Martin Luther King’s 76th birthday. Wainwright was one of the thousands of activists who...

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President, Texoma Observe MLK Holiday

Updated: 01/17/2005 - 1-17-05 - President Bush is joining in observances today marking the birthday of a man he calls a "visionary American." Bush says Martin Luther King "believed deeply in liberty and dignity for every person."

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