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Lunch Changes for TX Students

Updated: 09/01/2004 - 9-01-04 - Texas is taking aim at public schools in an attempt to combat childhood obesity. A study earlier this year found that almost one-fourth of Texas fourth-graders were overweight.

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President Heads to NYC

Updated: 09/01/2004 - 9-01-04 - President Bush arrives at the Republican convention in New York Wednesday, after one more campaign stop in an important state. Meanwhile, police still have their hands full containing protesters with more demonstrations scheduled today...

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FBI Joins Jail Investigation

Updated: 08/31/2004 - 8-31-04 - The FBI is taking part in an investigation into allegations of wrongdoing at the Bryan County Jail. Local prosecutors called in the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation last week...

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Meth Mail Leads to Bust in Marietta

Updated: 08/31/2004 - 8-31-04 - A mix up in a mailing address has landed two Marietta women behind bars. The trouble started last week when a package sent from Nevada containing two bags of crystal meth...

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Tax Office Investigation

Updated: 08/31/2004 - 8-31-04 - An employee of the Grayson County tax office was fired last month, and is now at the center of an investigation over concerns of embezzling taxpayer dollars. County Auditor Richey Rivers says it began when...

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Drug Dealer Heading to Prison

Updated: 08/31/2004 - 8-31-04 - District Judge Jim Lovett sentenced a Bonham man to 15 years in prison for dealing cocaine. Manuel Jun Jiminez, age 48, of Bonham, pled guilty to possession of cocaine on August 27.

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Construction Clear by Labor Day on I-35

Updated: 08/31/2004 - 8-31-04 - A major construction project on I-35 in southern Oklahoma is finished in time for Labor Day weekend. Western Plains Construction Company has finished enough work that all four lanes...

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"Passion" Released on DVD

Updated: 08/31/2004 - 8-31-04 - Mel Gibson's controversial film documenting the final days in the life of Jesus arrived at video stores this morning on DVD. The film has drawn criticism from those who say it is anti-semetic.

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Authorities Investigate Armed Car Jacking

Updated: 08/31/2004 - 8-31-04 – Fannin County investigators are searching for two suspects in an early morning carjacking. The victim told police he was with two acquaintances when one of them pulled out a gun and forced him out of his own car.

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First Lady to Take the Stage

Updated: 08/31/2004 - 8-31-04 - The first lady and the movie star governor. They're the featured attractions Tuesday night in New York on the second night of the Republican National Convention. With the exception of her husband, Laura Bush will be virtually the last...

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Relative Arrested in Murder of Elderly Couple

Updated: 08/31/2004 - 8-31-04 – Police have arrested the great-grandson of a murdered elderly couple in Reno. Christopher Cobb was taken into custody at around 10:30pm Monday at his parent’s home.

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Future in Doubt - Layoffs at Con Agra

Updated: 08/30/2004 - 8-30-04 - Downsizing could spell the end for one of Sherman’s oldest industries. 20 employees of Con Agra in Sherman were laid off Friday, part of multiple layoffs this summer.

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Employees Picket Bonham Business

Posted: 08/30/2004 - 8-30-04 – 184 employees of one of Fannin County's oldest and largest companies are on strike after breakdown in negotiations over a new contract.

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Jail Adminstrator Resigns in Bryan County

Updated: 08/30/2004 - 8-30-04 - The Administrator of the Bryan County Jail has resigned, in the wake of a state investigation into allegations of a jailer raping an inmate.

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Lunch Crowd Solution at SISD

Updated: 08/30/2004 - 8-30-04 - A controversy over an extended, but crowded, lunch period at Sherman high school has been settled. School administrators decided Monday morning to switch to a new plan...

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Denison Drive-By Trial Begins

Updated: 08/30/2004 - 8-31-04 - Jury selection has begun for the murder trial of Scott McMenamy, accused of shooting James West in Denison last year. West, 29, was found lying in the street riddled with bullets after a drive-by shooting.

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Police Investigating Roofer Death

Updated: 08/30/2004 - 8-30-04 – The investigation into the death of a roofer will continue in Pottsboro Monday. Authorities say the 40 year old man fell 12 feet from the roof of a home on Addison Lane Friday afternoon and broke his spine.

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Republicans Kick Off Convention

Updated: 08/30/2004 - 8-30-04 - Just a day after huge protests against numerous administration policies, Republicans gather for a convention aimed at bolstering the president's image as a strong leader in treacherous times.

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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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