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Local Strongman Prepares for Comeback

Updated: 06/24/2005 - 6-24-05 - Oklahoma’s Strongest Man competition is coming up and a local champ will test his limits. Whit Baskin of Durant holds a world record but is now working on a comeback after a devastating car crash.

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Longtime Business Shut Down

Updated: 06/24/2005 - 6-23-05 – Operating since 1984, the Red River Bit Company in Howe may be forced to shut down due to a zoning controversy. The city council voted down a proposal for a zoning change.

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Thieves Target Gainesville Churches

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-23-05 - Burglars have hit 3 Gainesville churches in 4 days and police believe all of them are likely connected. Thieves have caused thousands of dollars in damages - worth more than the cash they stole.

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"Dusting" - Deadly Alternative for Drug High

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-23-05 - The new age of technology is leading to a new age of drug use. Your kids may be getting high thanks to your family's computer. The can says it's safe for the ozone, but what many parents don't know...

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Anzel's Death Reprieve

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-23-05 - One of Texoma's most notorious killers had his death sentence commuted this week to a life term. Anzel Jones was a juvenile when he killed a Paris woman, and a Supreme Court ruling could...

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Operation Fresh Food

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-23-05 - Marietta may have a short-term solution to its lack of a grocery store. A committee of city leaders and local churches worked out a plan today to bus senior citizens and the disabled to Ardmore for grocery shopping.

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Man Killed in Carter County Wreck

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-23-05 - A Duncan man died in a head-on accident in eastern Carter County Thursday morning. Troopers say Vernon R. Jordan veered left of center on state highway 74 and hit a westbound dump truck.

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New Technology - When Seconds Count

Updated: 06/23/2005 - 6-23-05 - Seconds count when a child disappears or is kidnapped - but now a new system could not only save time, but save lives. The Chickasaw Nation has helped institute a system where thousands of...

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Fireworks Illegal in Some Cities

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-23-05 - Fireworks go on sale tomorrow in Texas and with Oklahoma already selling, police departments are reminding folks to be aware of local laws. In some cities, even possessing fireworks is illegal.

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Big Gig For Spur 503

Updated: 06/22/2005 - 6-22-05 – Spur 503 will have the honor of being the first ever band to take the stage at Toby Keith’s new restaurant “I Love This Bar” in Oklahoma City. The band will take the stage at 10 PM Saturday night.

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Services for Sherman Toddler Set

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-24-05 – Services for the toddler that fell from a truck in Sherman Monday night have been set. Jose Angel Lopez Jr. was pronounced dead at 3:45 p.m. Wednesday at Children’s Hospital in Dallas.

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Great Days in Grayson County

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-22-05 - An annual Texoma tradition kicked off this week. Great Days of Service started as a partnership between two churches in Sherman, but ten years later, its grown throughout Grayson County.

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Power Struggle - Battle Over Electric Lines

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-22-05 - Several landowners in Love County aren't giving the right of way to electric companies wanting to install power lines. Now the power companies are taking the landowners to court.

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Cop Resigns Amid Accusations

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-22-05 - A part-time police officer in Achille, Oklahoma is out of a job after being accused of giving beer to an underage girl. The reserve officer is also being investigated and could face charges.

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Paying Volunteer Firefighters

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-22-05 - The small town of Colbert is resorting to paying volunteer firefighters incentive money so more firefighters show up at emergencies. Of 13 volunteers, just seven regularly answer the call for fires.

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Former Assistant Sues Stipe

Updated: 06/22/2005 - 6-22-05- Former state Senator Gene Stipe's longtime assistant sued him today for allegedly stopping payments on a 200 thousand dollar employment contract.

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Radio Ministries Put Faith to Work

Updated: 06/22/2005 - 6-22-05 - From Gainesville, to the rest of the world, local ham radio operators are offering missionaries from Texas and Oklahoma a life-line home. Missionaries often travel to remote locations, where phone service isn’t reliable...

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Savoy Gunman Dies

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-21-05 - The man who shot and killed his wife and her co-worker in Savoy last week is dead. 44-year-old David Wilhelm died Tuesday at a Dallas hospital, 5 days after he killed 40-year-old Andrea Wilhelm of Bonham and 37-year-old Felipe de Leon of Sherman.

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Tax Breaks for Seniors

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-21-05 - The cities of Sherman and Denison have recently passed property tax breaks for the elderly and disabled, and now Cooke County could follow suit. County Commissioners voted today to...

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Old J&J Building Sold

Updated: 06/21/2005 - 6-21-05 – The old Johnson and Johnson building in Sherman has been sold. Actitech, a division of Active Organics, bought the building on Highway 75. The company develops and produces cosmetics and pharmaceuticals.

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Firefighters Focus on Fitness

Updated: 06/21/2005 - 6-21-05 – Sherman firefighters are putting aside their non-emergency activity this week to work on health and fitness. Firefighters will attend three days of classes this week as part of “Stand Down for Firefighter Safety.”

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Ardmore Raises Water/Sewer Rates

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-20-05 - Ardmore residents will soon have to pay more for their water. On Monday night, city commissioners approved a water rate increase for the second time in a year. It will raise rates by...

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Tax Exemption Approved In Denison

Updated: 06/20/2005 - 6-20-05 – The Denison City Council has approved an increase of the homestead exemption. The increase from $7,000 to $15,000 will provide tax relief to home owners over the age of 65.

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Family Of Four Ejected From Truck

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-20-05 – A mother and 3 young boys were ejected from their pick-up around 8:30 PM in Sherman Monday night. The woman was attempting to turn into a convenience store on FM 1417 when one boy opened the door.

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Retroplex Booted as City Logo

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 6-20-05 - Less than 9 months after the city of Sherman made Retroplex part of their logo, city leaders have voted to dump the slogan. The brand has been placed over everything from bumper stickers to...

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