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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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SUV Flips off Highway; Falls 50 Feet

Updated: 06/30/2005 - 6-30-05 – Two people are fortunate to be alive after their SUV tumbled 50 feet down an embankment Thursday morning. Troopers say a 16-year-old from Austin, Texas was driving north on I-35 when he lost control...

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Teen Arrested in Series of Burglaries

Updated: 06/30/2005 - 6-30-05 – Durant Police arrested a 13-year-old they say is behind at least eight burglaries and thefts this month. Police say the suspect confessed to the crimes. The teen's father was also arrested...

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Volunteer Numbers Down, Seniors Pitch-In

Updated: 06/30/2005 - 6-30-05 – Local non-profit groups report a slump in the number of volunteers this summer. As a result, the Texoma Council of Governments is asking local senior citizens to step in...

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Highway Heat, More Debris

Updated: 06/30/2005 - 6-29-05 – The effects of the summer heat can be seen on the highways. Pieces of rubber tire sit along most major roads and TX DOT says the summer months always bring more blowouts...

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Cash Reward for Fugitive

Updated: 06/30/2005 - 6-29-05 – There is a $10,000 reward for a material witness in an upcoming trial. 27-year-old Jeremy William Toomey is the only eye witness to the murder of a California State Trooper.

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Gospel Duo Nominated for Award

Updated: 06/29/2005 - 6-29-05 – A local singing duo is moving up in the Gospel circles. Two working moms from Sherman have taken their love of singing in the local church choir and channeled it into a career. Tamie Perkins and Cathie Marsh call themselves, “Amazed.”

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Woman Shot Overnight at Munson Park

Updated: 06/29/2005 - 6-29-05 – Denison police are investigating an overnight shooting at Munson Park. Authorities got the call around 11:15 p.m. on Tuesday night. They say 38-year-old Pansy Toon of Denison was shot in the face with a handgun.

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Bush: No Deadline for Withdrawal

Updated: 06/29/2005 - 6-29-05 - President Bush says he won't send more troops to Iraq or set a timetable for withdrawal because he doesn't want to imply the US intends to stay forever. He gave that message in a speech to the nation...

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Prices Up For Bryan Co. 911

Updated: 06/28/2005 - 06-28-05 – Bryan County towns will have to fork out more money for their 911 service system. Fees are being raised for the dispatch system that is the only one of its kind in Oklahoma and has been used since 2001.

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New Details in Savoy Shootings

Updated: 06/29/2005 - 06-28-05 - For nearly 23 years, David and Andrea Wilhelm lived a relatively peaceful marriage. Before March of this year, there was no prior record of assault or family violence.

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Wal-Mart Heir Dies in Crash

Updated: 06/28/2005 - 6-28-05 - People who knew Wal-Mart heir John Walton are paying tribute after learning of his death in the crash of an experimental plane in Wyoming. Walton's father, Sam Walton, started the discount chain.

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State Parks Prepare for Busy Season

Updated: 06/28/2005 - 6-28-05 – Eisenhower State Park in Denison sprawls over 400 acres and is home to 200 camp sites. Volunteers help maintain the grounds at state parks, but this year, park officials say they need more help.

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Car Drives off Denison Dam

Updated: 06/28/2005 - 6-28-05 – A close call in Bryan County late Monday night after a car drove off the Denison Dam, near the east Burns Run Area. The call for help went out around 9 p.m. By the time rescuers arrived...

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Fill It Up: Prices Rising

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 06-27-05 - Oil prices have reached another milestone, settling above $60 a barrel for the first time. Analysts say the market's latest jump into the record books reflects concerns about strong demand for oil and potential supply problems.

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DNA Evidence Re-Examined

Updated: 06/27/2005 - 6-27-05 - A 23-year-old murder case in Ada with decades of twists and turns has almost reached its final chapter. But defense attorneys for Glen Gore have requested evidence from the scene of the murder be re-examined for DNA.

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Flames at Sherman Industry

Updated: 06/27/2005 - 6-27-05 - A fire broke out at the corner of Pecan and Lee Street near the Presco building. Firefighters received a call around 3:30 this afternoon that an old refrigeration unit in the industrial area was on fire.

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High Court Ruling:Ten Commandments

Updated: 06/27/2005 - 6-27-05 - The US Supreme Court has ruled Ten Commandments displays are not allowed in Kentucky courthouses, but the display is constitutionally permissilbe on the grounds of the Texas capitol.

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Volunteers Build Free Home in Bonham

Updated: 06/27/2005 - 6-27-05 – Building better lives, one home at a time is the mission for Habitat for Humanity volunteers and for the first time, they are building a home in Fannin County. Construction on Christie Given’s new home is underway in Bonham.

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Gordonville Boy Dies in Crash

Updated: 06/27/2005 - 6-27-05 – A car crash in Marshall County claimed the life of a five year old boy Sunday night. The accident occurred at 9:00 p.m. on State Highway 32; two miles west of Kingston. Others were hurt when two cars collided...

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Wounded Soldiers Honored in Texas

Updated: 06/26/2005 - 6-26-05 - With July 4th just around the corner, the nation celebrates not only its freedom but also offers thanks to those who help make the country free. This weekend in Burleson, Texas, crowds gathered to honor...

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Robbery Suspect Confession

Updated: 06/26/2005 - 6-26-05 - The so-called 'I-35 corridor robber' is admitting to police he committed at least two of the 15 robberies up and down the I-35 corridor over the past several months.

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Veterans Reunite at Perrin Field

Updated: 06/26/2005 - 6-25-05 - More than 200 veterans gathered at Perrin Field in Denison for a very special reunion Saturday. The veterans returned to Perrin to honor Kenneth Hayes, a Korean War veteran, and founder of the Perrin Museum.

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