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General Cable Workers on Strike

Updated: 08/29/2004 - 8-29-04- Workers at one of Fannin County's oldest and largest employers are on strike Sunday night. Union workers at General Cable voted Sunday not to accept the...

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Pomp and Protests at Convention

Updated: 08/29/2004 - 8-29-04- More than 100,000 mostly peaceful demonstrators have filled the streets of midtown Manhattan on the eve of the GOP convention, calling for President Bush to be turned out of office.

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Denison Man Shot

Updated: 08/29/2004 - 8-29-04- One man is in the hospital and his brother in law is in custody after a shooting Saturday night in Denison. Witnesses say the two men got into an argument when one pulled a gun and shot the other four times in the legs.

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Boat Explodes on Lake Texoma

Updated: 08/28/2004 - 8-28-04 - Boaters near Grandpappy Point on Lake Texoma could not believe their eyes Saturday when a boat exploded near the gas dock and sent the skipper to the hospital with severe burns.

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Stand Off Ends Peacefully

Updated: 08/28/2004 - 8-28-04- A man refusing to go to jail barricaded himself inside a home in Savoy for hours Friday night. A Grayson County bail bond agent was trying to serve felony warrants on the man when he said he would not come out of the home without a fight.

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Credit Scores Determine TXU Rates

Updated: 08/28/2004 - 8-28-04- TXU Energy plans to begin pegging some of its customers' electricity rates to their credit scores. TXU will charge customers more if they have fallen behind on telephone, power or cable television bills in the past.

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Historic Building Collapses Downtown

Updated: 08/28/2004 - 8-28-04- One of Ardmore's oldest, most historic buildings came crashing down early Saturday morning on Main Street downtown. The old building off "A" and Main Street has stood in Ardmore more than 100 years, serving as the city's first hospital.

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Baggy Pants Trigger Protest

Updated: 08/29/2004 - 8-27-04 - Some parents at a local high school are fuming over a dress code enforcement Friday morning that targeted baggy and low slung pants. Bonham High School officials rotated...

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School Lunch or Fire Hazard?

Updated: 08/27/2004 - 8-27-04 - Students at Sherman High School still aren’t sure when and how long their lunch break will be. First News reported at the start of school that students would all eat during...

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Semi Catches Fire in Wreck

Updated: 08/27/2004 - 8-27-04 – A semi truck burst into flames late Thursday night, shutting down highway 69 for three hours. The driver escaped unharmed after his semi hit debris on the road and crashed 10 miles north of Stringtown in Atoka County.

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Firefighters Hospitalized in Blaze

Updated: 08/27/2004 - 8-27-04 – The Denison Fire Department is investigating a fire at the CNP Recyclers warehouse in the 1800 block of Mac Gregor Drive. Two firefighters were taken to TMC where they were treated for heat exhaustion. Both have been released.

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Marine Rememered as Friend, Hero

Updated: 08/27/2004 - 8-27-04 - PFC Nachez Washalanta was remembered in Ardmore Friday, one week after the marine was killed in Iraq. The 21 year old had strong ties to Texoma.

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State Investigation Targets Local Jailer

Updated: 08/26/2004 - 8-26-04 - The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is looking into allegations that a Bryan County jailer raped a female inmate over the weekend. District Attorney Mark Campbell asked the...

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Cyber Check-up for Local Parents

Updated: 08/26/2004 - 8-26-04 - Parents in at least two local school districts won’t have to keep up with their child’s report cards any longer – both Ardmore and Denison districts will let parents check grades on-line.

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Seeing a Difference - Cameras on Buses

Updated: 08/26/2004 - 8-26-04 - Bus drivers in the Ardmore school district now have an extra eye to watch students with – video cameras have been installed in every bus. In less than two weeks, they’re already...

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Pattern of Trailer Thefts on I-35

Updated: 08/26/2004 - 8-26-04 - A string of trailer thefts across southern Oklahoma now includes a Marietta business, which fell victim to thieves last night. Someone cut a chain lock on an 18 ft enclosed trailer at...

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Cleaning up Dirty Dumpsites

Updated: 08/26/2004 - 8-26-04 - Illegal dumpsites in Grayson County are a growing problem, but the Sherman police department could soon help defray the workload of dealing with the problem.

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Student Injured in School Parking Lot

Updated: 08/26/2004 - 8-26-04 – A Sherman High School athlete was injured on the way to track practice Thursday morning. Police say the student had just been dropped off in front of the school in the north parking lot by her boyfriend when he pulled forward and hit her.

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Changes to Gun Laws

Updated: 08/26/2004 - 8-26-04 - Oklahoma's gun laws will change on November 1st. That's when a new law takes effect that says employers can't stop workers with gun permits from keeping a gun in their cars at work.

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Man Convicted for Deadly Prank

Updated: 08/26/2004 - 8-26-04 - An oil worker has been convicted of manslaughter in the death of another young oil-rig worker at a Denton County oil rig. A Denton jury found 38 year old Louis Goodman of Ponder guilty in the death of 23 year old Shawn Davis.

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Edwards Stumps in Oklahoma

Updated: 08/26/2004 - 8-26-04 - Vice presidential candidate John Edwards promises to bring tax relief to the middle class and accelerate the war on terror during a campaign stop in Oklahoma. Edwards visited the state Wednesday night...

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14 Months Later - Manslaughter Indictment

Updated: 08/26/2004 - 8-25-04 - A Grayson County grand jury indicted a Denison teenager for involuntary manslaughter. It comes 14 months to the day after Justin Clarke ran down 16-year-old Katie Zirges as she crossed FM 1417.

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Prison Proposal in Fannin County

Updated: 08/25/2004 - 8-25-04 - Overcrowded prisons in Texas could spell big business for Fannin County. A county leaders is proposing that the state build a new maximum security prison to house an overflow of inmates.

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Marijuana Ring Shut Down in Ardmore

Updated: 08/25/2004 - 8-25-04 - Three people are behind bars in Ardmore – part of what police call a marijuana distribution ring. Authorities say it was the result of two years of surveillance.

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Football Player Wins Cancer Battle

Updated: 08/25/2004 - 8-25-04 - The Friday night football kickoff this week will mean a bit more to a Pilot Point teenager. Tyler Lane will watch this season from the sideline - a season some people thought he'd never see.

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