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Durant Business Fired Up for Opening

Updated: 05/21/2004 - 5-21-04 - Cardinal Glass fired up their massive furnace today – signifying that they’re nearly ready for business. The commercial glass manufacturer also began training 200 employees in...

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Southern Oklahoma Soldier Burned in Iraq

Updated: 05/21/2004 - 5-21-04 - A US solider from McAlester is recovering from burns he received in an attack in Iraq this week. David Willis suffered 2nd degree burns when a bomb exploded under his gas delivery truck.

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Local Workers Join Strike Against SBC

Updated: 05/21/2004 - 5-21-04 - SBC workers in Denison and Sherman joined 100,000 union workers for a 4-day strike that began Friday morning. They're demanding better health benefits and more job security guarantees.

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Ardmore Man Stabbed to Death

Updated: 05/21/2004 - 5-20-04 - An Ardmore woman is in jail after police say she stabbed a man during a fight early Thursday morning.

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Morphine Vial Tampered With in Van Alstyne

Updated: 05/19/2004 - 5-19-04 - A laboratory has confirmed that a vial of morphine was tampered with last month in Van Alstyne while in the care of the Emergency Medical Services Department.

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Investigation Focuses on Southbound Train

Updated: 05/20/2004 - 5-20-04 - The National Transportation Safety Board is focusing its investigation of a deadly train collision on the southbound train and why it failed to stop six miles before the crash.

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Pit Bull Attacks Toddler

Updated: 05/19/2004 - 05-19-04 - A 3 year old Gainesville girl is in Cook Children’s Hospital in Fort Worth after she was attacked by a pit bull Tuesday night. The dog ripped the muscle on her left arm and broke it in three places.

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American Soldier: Guilty On All Counts

Updated: 05/19/2004 - 05-19-04 - A special court-martial in Baghdad has sentenced American solider, Jeremy Sivits, to the maximum of one year in prison, a reduction in rank and a bad-conduct discharge.

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Farmers Market Coming to Sherman

Posted: 05/18/2004 - 5-18-04 - New business is about to blossom in downtown Sherman and residents could soon be eating it up. A developer is turning an old wholesale hardware building and lot into a farmers market.

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Babysitter's Murder Still Unsolved After 18 Years

Updated: 11/16/2004 - 5-18-04 - The unsolved murder of a babysitter in 1986 still haunts the Sherman police department, but DNA evidence discovered four years ago could bring them closer to the killer.

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National Gas Out - Fact or Fiction

Updated: 05/18/2004 - 5-18-04 - A one-day boycott of gasoline is being promoted across the Internet, but will it have any real impact on the oil industry? Experts say in the best-case scenario, the only affect it will have...

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Dangerous Curve - Semi Skids 200 Feet

Updated: 05/18/2004 - 05-18-05 - A dangerous stretch of road on highway 69 caused another wreck when a semi-truck rolled over just south of Calera Monday night. This is the sixth accident...

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Lost Opportunity? Sherman's Tower to Grapevine

Updated: 05/17/2004 - 5-17-04 - A Sherman landmark is now on display in another Texas city, and one out-going city councilman says its another example of a missed tourism opportunity.

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Higher Gas Prices Impacting Schools

Updated: 05/17/2004 - 5-17-04 - Gas prices are hitting home for local school districts, but the real impact could be felt during the next school year. From Ardmore to Sherman, districts are paying more per gallon now than ever before...

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50 Years Since School Changed Forever

Updated: 05/17/2004 - 05-17-04 -The Kansas school that was at the center of the fight against segregation is now a historical museum. Thousands of people from across the country, including President Bush gathered to mark today's anniversary.

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Attempted Murder: Man Pinned By Car

Updated: 05/17/2004 - 05-17-04 - A Whitewright man is in the hospital after a bizarre attack early this morning. Police say 31 year old Norman Williams ended up being pinned between a house and a car.

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Explosives Found in Garage

Updated: 05/16/2004 - 5-16-04- A Pottsboro family found more than they bargained for as they searched the home of a relative who passed away earlier in the week. In fact, ATF agents report they found enough explosives to blow up the entire house.

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Did Rumsfeld Order Abuse?

Updated: 05/16/2004 - 5-16-04- The New Yorker magazine says Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld approved a secret plan allowing guards to sexually humiliate and physically coerce Iraqi prisoners. The Pentagon calls that story "filled with error" and "outlandish."

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Election Results

Updated: 05/15/2004 - 5-15-04- Low voter turn out made for interesting election results across North Texas. In Sherman, city council and school board seats were up for grabs. In Cooke County, voters passed a multi-million dollar bond for a new jail and new EMS facility.

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Governor Speaks at Graduation

Updated: 05/15/2004 - 5-15-04- Governor Brad Henry had a clear message for graduates at Southeastern Oklahoma State University in Durant Saturday. He urged the graduates to give thanks and give back to their communities.

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Fantasy Card Games Worry Parents

Updated: 05/17/2004 - 5-14-04 - A popular card game among some local teenagers is a far cry from the deck of cards most people grew up with.

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