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Students Protest Resignation

Updated: 01/28/2005 - 1-28-05 – Students in Silo stood out in the cold rain for two hours Friday morning in protest to the resignation of Superintendent Wendell Peoples. Peoples reached a mutual agreement with the school board to resign.

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Proctor & Gamble to Acquire Gillette

Updated: 01/28/2005 - 01-28-05 - Procter & Gamble Co., the leading U.S. maker of household products whose brands include Crest, Pampers, Tide and Charmin, is buying the razor and battery maker Gillette Co. for $57 billion.

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Officers Back on Duty after Suspension

Updated: 01/28/2005 - 1-28-05 – Two Thackerville police officers are back on duty, a week after their suspensions were announced. Still, questions over Mayor Gary Reed's initial decision remain unanswered...

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Ford Recall Impacts 800,000 Trucks/SUVs

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 1-27-05 - Ford is recalling nearly 800,000 pickups and sport utility vehicles. The automaker says the cruise control switch could short circuit and cause a fire under the hood. The recall affects...

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Citizen's Tip Busts Burglary Ring

Updated: 01/27/2005 - 1-27-05 – A citizen’s tip helped bust a burglary ring in Tishomingo. Dusty Kemp, Raymond Lee Hesbrook and Jeffery Wisinger all are facing charges for seven separate burglaries in the area.

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Lights Out For Durant Businesses

Updated: 01/27/2005 - 1-27-05 – Power along five streets in Durant was lost for two hours, after a cable at an OG&E substation went down. Nearly 300 customers were effected by the outage that cost businesses several dollars in profits.

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Concert Helps Fight Cancer

Updated: 01/27/2005 - 1-27-05 – Barbara Brookshire of Sherman was diagnosed with breast cancer just after Thanksgiving and medical bills are piling up. But Thursday night, Cutters is holding a benefit concert that will help raise that money.

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Documentary Focuses on Local Football

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 1-26-05 - The maker of a documentary movie about a north Texas football powerhouse is hoping to draw attention away from a hot Hollywood movie. Power, Passion and Glory was filmed during...

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Local Man Remembers Johnny

Updated: 01/26/2005 - 1-26-05 – As the country mourns the loss of an American icon, a local man remembers his encounter with Johnny Carson and The Tonight Show. Gene Rader of Paris played in 14 movies....

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Rice Confirmed As State Secretary

Updated: 01/26/2005 - 1-26-05 - Oklahoma Senators Jim Inhofe and Tom Coburn joined the majority today as the Senate overwhelmingly confirmed Condoleezza Rice as secretary of state.

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No Plea Deal for Trucker

Updated: 01/27/2005 - 1-27-05 – A plea offer is no longer on the table for the semi-truck driver charged with manslaughter in the deaths of ten people on US 75 in Sherman. It would have given Jozwiak ten years in prison for the ten lives lost.

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Murder Charges in Deadly Train Wreck

Updated: 01/27/2005 - 1-27-05 - Fire crews in Glendale, California, plan to go through the wreckage of two commuter trains, searching for one person still missing in the debris. Prosecutors plan to file multiple murder charges...

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President Bush Holds First News Conference of Second Term

Updated: 01/26/2005 - 1-26-05 - President Bush held the first news conference of his second term Wednesday morning. The President expanded on themes from his inaugural address such as social security reform and terrorism.

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TX Marine Killed in Chopper Crash

Updated: 01/27/2005 - 1-27-05 - A 22-year-old Marine from the Hill Country town of Canyon Lake was among the 31 service members killed in a helicopter crash in western Iraq. Lance Corporal Tony Hernandez was the crew chief...

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Signs Point the Way in Emergencies

Updated: 01/26/2005 - 1-26-05 – New road signs in Grayson County may mean some residents can breathe easier. TEX-DOT is installing 1100 signs on all state-maintained highways and farm-to-market roads...

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Collectables Recovered In Ardmore

Updated: 01/25/2005 - 01-25-05 – Eleven rifles, stolen from Missouri, have surfaced in Ardmore. Police recovered the guns as well as two 100-year-old violins from a pawn shop, where a thief was trying to sell them.

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Ardmore High Goes Wireless

Updated: 01/25/2005 - 1-25-05 – This year, Ardmore High School students have been learning from wireless mobile notebooks. The notebooks go from classroom to classroom helping students and teachers track their progress.

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Oscar Nominations - Aviator Leads the Way

Updated: 01/25/2005 - 1-25-05 - "The Aviator" has picked up a leading eleven Oscar nominations, including best picture. "Finding Neverland" and "Million Dollar Baby" have seven nominations apiece, including best picture.

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Teens Arrested in Multiple Burglaries

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 1-25-05 – Police say two teenagers are behind 25-35 burglaries in Pottsboro and Grayson County. The crimes were all committed overnight Tuesday. The 18-year-old suspects are in custody.

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FBI Agents Search for Hugo Bank Robber

Updated: 01/24/2005 - 1-24-05 - A man armed with a handgun robbed the Security First National Bank of Hugo Monday afternoon. FBI agents say a man entered the bank and pointed a handgun at a teller, getting away with a sack of cash.

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Choctaw Nation Doubles Goal

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 1-24-05 – After a week of raising money for tsunami victims, the Choctaw Nation raised approximately $209,000, more than doubling its goal of $100,000. The Nation teamed up with...

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New Incentives to Join OK Guard

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 1-24-05 - Oklahoma National Guardsmen would get a life insurance policy and tax relief under a benefits package unveiled by Governor Henry on Monday. The package, called "Operation Homefront"...

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Chase Ends in Crash

Updated: 01/24/2005 - 1-24-05 – Durant Police are looking for two men who led police on a chase in a stolen pickup early Monday morning. The suspects were driving the vehicle without turning on its headlights around 12:30 a.m...

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Bush Sends Support to Abortion Protestors

Updated: 01/24/2005 - 1-24-05 - President Bush is hailing what he calls the "tremendous witness" of anti-abortion marchers. He says an America where unborn children have full legal protection "may still be some ways away."

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"King of Late Night" Dies at 79

Updated: 01/24/2005 - 1-23-05- The man who ruled over late night TV for 30 years -- Johnny Carson -- has died at the age of 79. Carson took over as host of NBC's "Tonight Show" in 1962 --and continued in that role until 1992, when he was replaced by Jay Leno.

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