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Sheriff Investigated for Harassment

Updated: 04/08/2005 - 4-8-05 - Coal County Sheriff Roy Deck is putting himself on administrative leave while he's investigated for sexual harassment of an 18-year-old dispatcher. Coal County commissioners and an independent investigator are looking into the matter...

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Business Affairs Take Center Stage

Updated: 04/08/2005 - 4-8-05 – Women’s business issues will be highlighted in Friday night’s Business Expo in Marshall County. The Business and Professional Women’s Group organized the first ever event that gathers local business in one place...

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New Highs for Gas Prices

Updated: 04/08/2005 - 4-8-05 - The weekly Triple-A Texas gas price survey found regular unleaded self-serve averaging more than two dollars 15 cents a gallon. That's almost nine cents a gallon higher than last week and 50 cents higher than last year.

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Funeral Services Honor Pope

Updated: 04/08/2005 - 4-8-05 - The public funeral Mass has ended at St. Peter's Square. Pope John Paul's body has been carried inside St. Peter's Basilica for a private burial ceremony deep within the tomb holding the remains of other pontiffs.

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Search for Bank Robber Continues

Updated: 04/08/2005 - 4-8-05 - In Denison, witnessess say a man wearing a dark bandana and sunglasses pointed a shot gun at two female employees at the Landmark Bank on FM 120 while they were tending to the bank's ATM machine around 2:30pm Thursday.

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Shooting Suspect Heads to Court

Updated: 04/08/2005 - 4-8-05 - A parent with a history of confrontations will be arraigned today after allegedly shooting an East Texas high school football coach. The coach was in critical condition last night.

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Couple Recalls Pope’s Blessing

Updated: 04/07/2005 - 4-7-05 – A Sherman couple, married for five decades, remembers a blessing they received straight from The Vatican. In 2004, the couple received an ornate certificate from the Pope...

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Neighborhood Organizing Against Sex Offender

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 4-7-05 - A Sherman neighborhood is spreading the word that a sex offender has moved into their neighborhood. Folks who live near the Sherman Municipal Airport are passing out flyers and meeting with...

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Leonard, TX has Iraq Connection

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 4-7-05 - Families in Leonard, Texas have extra reason to be proud - 8 of their sons and daughters are serving in Iraq. They're among more than 2 dozen people from Leonard serving in the military, in addition to...

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Taser Saves Deputy From Harm

Updated: 04/06/2005 - 4-06-05 – A Carter County deputy is thankful to have had a taser gun after a visitor at Murray State Park began punching other campers and then went after the deputy.

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Military Chopper Crashes; 16 Dead

Updated: 04/06/2005 - 4-05-05 - KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) - A U-S military helicopter has crashed into a flat desert in southeastern Afghanistan, killing the four American crew members and at least 12 other people.

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Murder Suspect in Custody

Updated: 04/06/2005 - 4-6-05 – State investigators say all three suspects in the March 25th murder of a Hugo man are in custody. Gary Dean Coleman turned himself over to authorities in Hugo Wednesday morning. He is charged with first degree murder.

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Spring Storm Rocks Texoma

Updated: 04/06/2005 - 4-6-05 – The spring storm season kicked off with a bang Tuesday as parts of Texoma saw nickel and dime size hail, high winds, and rain. Damages from these kinds of storms can cost thousands...

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Armed Gunman Holds Officers at Bay

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 4-5-05 - A 5-hour standoff ended peacefully in Savoy, Texas Tuesday night. Grayson County Sheriff's deputies tried to serve several drug-related warrants on Eddie Marquez at his home in Savoy around...

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Bond Issues, Council Seats Decided

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 5-6-05 - Healdton's school bond issue passed, while Mill Creek's failed, in an election night that saw low voter turnout across the area. 88% of voters approved a $900,000 bond issue that will build a new...

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Durant K-9 Leaving The Force

Updated: 04/05/2005 - 4-05-05 – A veteran in the Durant PD’s K-9 patrol is hanging them up. Czar has been with the patrol since 2001 but is retiring due to old age and poor health.

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Local Cops Support Tasers

Updated: 01/04/2008 - 4-5-05 - Sherman police say taser guns are a vital part of law enforcement, and are a proven to be safe. Tasers have come under fire in recent months, especially after a man died this weekend in...

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ABC's Jennings Has Cancer

Updated: 04/05/2005 - 4-05-05 - NEW YORK (AP) - Peter Jennings says he has some good days and some "really cranky days" coming up. The longtime ABC News anchor has lung cancer and will start outpatient treatment next week.

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Vets Aid in Recruiting Efforts

Updated: 04/05/2005 - 4-5-05 – Recruitment levels for the U.S. military are down. The Army finished the month of February 27% behind their goal. Officials say the draft is not an option, so some local veterans are stepping in...

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Parents Weigh-in on Sex-Ed

Updated: 04/05/2005 - 4-5-05 – Parents in Durant are weighing in on the age-old debate: where should kids learn about sex? Monday night, parents stepped into their children’s shoes and listened to a program called “Freedom to Succeed.”

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Tax Fraud At Ardmore Banks

Updated: 04/04/2005 - 4-04-05 – Police in Ardmore are on the lookout for a couple that made off with over $3,000 from two local banks. A man and woman used stolen id's to cash a tax return check at the First Bank and Trust in...

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Van Alstyne Locks Down Schools

Updated: 04/04/2005 - 4-04-05 – Van Alstyne High School locked down its doors Monday afternoon due to an armed man on the loose that was believed to be in the area. The man was involved in a shooting in Westminster...

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Murder Suspect Surrenders

Updated: 04/04/2005 - 4-04-05 - Gary Fullbright, a.k.a. "Little Gary Coleman", turned himself into lawmen Saturday evening at the Choctaw County Courthouse after he learned a first degree murder warrant had been issued for his arrest. The 17-year-old suspect, his brother Gary Dean Coleman

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Sanger Coach Placed On Leave

Updated: 04/04/2005 - 4-04-05 – Bambi Ferguson, the head coach of the Sanger High School girls basketball team, has been placed on paid administrative leave after accusations that she had a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old female student.

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Texan to Receive Medal of Honor

Updated: 04/04/2005 - 4-4-05 - An El Paso-born soldier killed in Iraq will receive the first Medal of Honor awarded for gallantry in the Iraq war. The nation's highest honor for military valor will be awarded posthumously to Army Sergeant First Class Paul Smith.

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