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Great-Grandmother Heads to Iraq

Updated: 11/22/2004 - 11-21-04- A 72 year old great-grandmother from Lawton is preparing for deployment to the war zone in Iraq. Lena Haddix will be a civilian employee of the Department of Defense and is volunteering for the duty. She says she wanted to do something for her country.

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Prison Escapee Captured in City Vehicle

Updated: 11/26/2004 - 11-22-04 - An escapee from the Mack Alford Correctional Facility in Stringtown is back in custody after more than 24 hours on the run. 31year old James Stewart was captured in Seymour, Texas...

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Teen Linked to Pipe Bomb, Free on Bond

Updated: 11/22/2004 - 11-22-04 - A teenager with a stockpile of explosives in his bedroom is free on 40,000 dollars' bail. Daniel Lucas Beech was freed from Collin County jail in McKinney Saturday after he was charged with arson...

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Denison Man Defends Home with Gun

Updated: 11/19/2004 - 11-19-04 – Police in Denison are investigating a shooting at the Perrin Estates. A 20 year old Pottsboro man was shot at a house on Twining Drive around 10 p.m. Thursday night...

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Citizens Clean-Up Neigborhood

Updated: 11/19/2004 - 11-19-04 – Residents in a southwest Ardmore neighborhood are taking charge of their streets and fixing dilapidated houses. Neighbors of one rent house say its been an eye-sore for years; attracting crime....

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Community on High Alert

Updated: 11/19/2004 - 11-19-04 – Folks in Clayton, Oklahoma are taking extra precautions after fears that an accused sexual predator could be targeting a young girl. The suspect was released from jail earlier this month on bond...

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Ada Football Player Dies in Wreck

Updated: 11/18/2004 - 11-18-04 - The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says speed apparently caused a one-car crash this morning that killed an Ada teenager and member of the football team. Cody Bolin died after crashing on a county road.

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Layoffs Announced at TI

Updated: 11/18/2004 - 11-18-04 – Dozens of employees at Texas Instruments in Sherman received pink slips this week. Tuesday, the company told 60 employees they will have to find another job because part of a semi-conductor line is downsizing.

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92 Teens Caught with Alcohol

Updated: 11/18/2004 - 11-18-04 – Ninety two teenagers were caught with alcohol over the weekend in Cooke County. Deputies spotted a car-full of teens leaving the party off county road 387 in Era...

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Serving as Mom & Soldier

Posted: 11/18/2004 - 11-17-04 - A soldier has returned from Iraq to her hometown of Bonham – 10 months after she left her newborn daughter behind. Army Specialist Juana Ventura is the new breed of female soldier...

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Hostage Rescued on I-35

Updated: 11/17/2004 - 11-17-04 - A Lone Grove man being held hostage at gunpoint used his wits to engineer his own rescue Wednesday afternoon. Brian Gage says a man jumped in his Ford pick-up at the 1st mile marker of I-35.

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Clean Up Continues After Fuel Leak

Updated: 11/18/2004 - 11-18-04 – Crews were still working Thursday morning to clean up a fuel leak in Sherman. Wednesday morning, more than 275 gallons of gasoline began to leak from a Texaco gas pump in the 2000 block of Texoma Parkway.

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I-35 Reopened After 25 Vehicle Pileup

Updated: 11/17/2004 - 11-17-04 - Interstate 35 is back open today after a 25-vehicle pileup closed the highway at the Red River Bridge. Three people were taken to nearby hospitals with minor injuries.

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GAPS Tax Questioned in Ardmore

Updated: 11/16/2004 - 11-16-04 - The Ardmore GAPS tax is again in question - this time from other school districts. The half-cent sales tax was passed in November of 2003, with half the proceeds going to the city and...

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Cockfighting Ban Hits Home

Updated: 11/16/2004 - 11-16-04 - The fight over cockfighting in Oklahoma ended this week, but has left local game fowl breeders with few choices on what to do next. The state supreme court rejected the final appeal from the 2002 ban on cockfighting.

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Bush Names Rice to Secretary of State

Updated: 11/16/2004 - 11-16-04 - President Bush says he's chosen a woman of strength, grace and decency to be "America's face to the world." With those words, the president named national security adviser Condoleezza Rice to succeed Colin Powell as secretary of state.

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Two Children Die in Semi-Accident

Updated: 11/16/2004 - 11-16-04 – Two children died while riding in a semi with their father Monday night in Atoka County. Troopers say two 18-wheelers collided at an intersection twelve miles east of Atoka at 6:45 p.m.

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Officer Cleared in Pedestrian Accident

Updated: 11/15/2004 - 11-15-04 - Less than one week after a Denison police officer ran over a pedestrian, the Texas Department of Public Safety has cleared him of any wrongdoing after an investigation.

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Car Hits Business

Updated: 11/15/2004 - 11-15-04 - A car ended up in a building along Morton Street in Denison on Monday. The driver ran into the Suds-n-More Laundromat after she was rear-ended by a pick-up while she was turning into the business.

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A Record Fish Story

Updated: 11/16/2004 - 11-15-04 - For the 2nd time this year, Lake Texoma has broken the Oklahoma state record for a blue catfish. A Madill man caught the 98-pound blue catfish last week near Tishomingo...

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Incentive Package Approved For Tyson

Updated: 11/15/2004 - 11-15-04 – SEDCO has approved an incentive package for Tyson Fresh Meats. The package offers the meat company $3 million in incentives. If Tyson accepts the deal, the company would bring 1500 new jobs to the area.

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Denison Considers Bond Election

Updated: 11/15/2004 - 11-15-04 – The Denison City Council is considering a bond election to raise money for road repairs. At Monday night’s meeting, the council is expected to vote on whether to call a bond election for February in order to raise money for street construction projects.

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Murder Hearing to Last 2 Days

Updated: 11/15/2004 - 11-15-04 – The preliminary hearing for the man charged with the death of an East Central University football player will last at least 2 days. Amman Reich of Konowa is charged with first degree murder in the death of Joseph Tusan.

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Firefighters Battle House Fire

Updated: 11/14/2004 - 11-14-04- Firefighters battled flames in an old, abandoned house in the 1600 block of Elm Street in Durant early Sunday evening. Neighbors called firefighters when they saw flames shooting out of the home's second story windows.

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EMS Crisis in Colbert

Updated: 11/15/2004 - 11-15-04- The small town of Colbert, Oklahoma is fighting to keep their ambulance service after the EMS Director was reassigned Friday and several other paramedics have threatened to walk off the job.

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