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Store Shut Down, 2 Face Drug Charges

Updated: 10/06/2004 - 10-6-04 – A retail store is closed after the owner was arrested on drug charges Tuesday. The store is closed Wednesday as authorities investigate if drugs were sold at the Pandora's Box in Ardmore.

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Cheney, Edwards Face-Off

Updated: 10/06/2004 - 10-6-04 - Last night's sparring match between Vice President Cheney and Democratic rival John Edwards was marked by charges and counter charges on war and there has been fallout over a comment made by Cheney...

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Binge Drinking in Spotlight

Updated: 10/05/2004 - 10-5-04 - An OU fraternity member has been arrested after the alcohol related death of a student last week. It’s bringing new attention to binge drinking on college campuses; including at Southeastern in Durant.

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Flu Vaccines - If Possible, Wait

Updated: 10/06/2004 - 10-6-04 - A nationwide shortage of the flu vaccine has local health departments asking patients to be patient. In Grayson County, health officials want healthy people to wait until November to get a shot.

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NAACP Pushing Hate Crime Law

Updated: 10/05/2004 - 10-5-04- The NAACP is proposing a new hate crime law named after a black college student who was killed after a racially charged argument in Pontotoc County last month.

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Mercury Astronaut Remembered

Updated: 10/05/2004 - 10-5-04 - One of the original Mercury astronauts who pioneered human space exploration, has died. Gordon Cooper was 77. The Shawnee, Oklahoma native died in his California home. Cooper was the youngest of the "Mercury seven," and maybe the cockiest.

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Toby Keith’s Driver Shot on I-35

Updated: 10/05/2004 - 10-5-04 - Carrollton police are appealing to the public for clues in the shooting of a 55-year-old bus driver for country-music star Toby Keith overnight. The shooting happened late Monday night in Carrollton, Texas.

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Carson, Coburn Debate at UCO

Updated: 10/04/2004 - 10-4-04 - Democrat Brad Carson and Republican Tom Coburn traded sharp jabs over building roads, national security and other issues in a televised debate Monday night at the University of Central Oklahoma.

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Mayor Storms Out - Resigns in Madill

Updated: 10/04/2004 - 10-4-04 - The mayor of Madill was forced to resign Monday night but vowed to stay on the city council. Council members called for Jodie Minter to step down as mayor after they discovered he had more than $1,000 in unpaid water bills.

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Fire Forces Evacuation at School

Updated: 10/04/2004 - 10-4-04 – Students at Piner Middle School in Sherman were evacuated after an air conditioning unit on the roof of the building caught fire. Flames broke out just before classes started and students already at school were evacuated.

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Today: Final Push to Register Voters

Updated: 10/04/2004 - 10-04-04 - The deadline to register to vote in the November election is Monday for Texans and Friday for those in Oklahoma. Registration is available at the county election boards, post offices, tag agencies or libraries.

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Police Chief, Wife Laid to Rest

Updated: 10/06/2004 - 10-6-04 - Three days after they died in a motorcycle wreck in Texas, Jim Bob Thompson and his wife Linda were laid to rest in Marietta. Jim Bob served the city as police supervisor, while Linda was the city clerk.

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Accidental Shooting Injures Woman

Updated: 10/03/2004 - 10-3-04- Grayson County authorities are investigating an accidental shooting at a home in Gunter Sunday evening. A woman was pulling linens out of a closet when a loaded revolver fell to the floor, went off, and struck her in the leg.

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Habitat Home Helps Family

Updated: 10/03/2004 - 10-3-04- Volunteers from Habitat for Humanity are helping a Sherman family move out of an apartment and into a new home. Sunday, Habitat broke ground on their twelfth home in the area and say the Hester family will move in in about six months.

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Crowd Protests Planned Parenthood

Updated: 10/03/2004 - 10-3-04- Protestors have been a common sight at the Planned Parenthood in Sherman since it opened several months ago, but Sunday, a large group lined the streets, forming a prayer circle near the office on Texoma Parkway.

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Rough Landing for Skydiver

Updated: 10/04/2004 - 10-2-04- A rough landing at Skydive Dallas near Whitewright sent a skydiver to a Dallas Hospital with serious back injuries. Lifestar was called to the scene of the accident just before 8:00 p.m Saturday.

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Second Explosion "On the Horizon"

Updated: 10/03/2004 - 10-3-04- Scientists say the latest shakeup at Mount St. Helens means the volcano in Washington state is still getting ready to blow. A volcanic tremor lasted for about 25 minutes early Sunday.

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Children Recover After Accident

Updated: 10/03/2004 - 10-2-04- A Sherman grandmother, her daughter, and two small grandchildren were injured Saturday in an accdent on Highway 56 near Friendship Road. Troopers say the family's small passenger car was...

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Missing Dog Reunited with Owners

Updated: 10/03/2004 - 10-2-04 It’s a fairy tale ending to a story that touched so many hearts in Texoma. Buckshot, a dog that’s been missing nearly two months, was found Friday in Denison and reunited with the family who...

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Steam Explosion at Mount St. Helens

Updated: 10/01/2004 - Mount St. Helens released a thick plume of white steam Friday afternoon, more than a week after a flurry of earthquakes began in the region.

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A Close Call in Sherman Pile-Up

Updated: 10/01/2004 - 10-01-04 – Sherman Police say an early morning accident on Highway 75 Friday could have been much worse after a truck crossed the center median, causing a four vehicle wreck.

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Possible Break in Hacking Case

Updated: 10/01/2004 - 10-01-04 - Authorities say it'll take a while to determine whether remains found in a landfill are those of a missing Utah woman. A volunteer found what police say appear to be human remains in a Salt Lake City landfill.

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Firefighters Battle Blaze In Marietta

Updated: 10/01/2004 - 10-01-04 - Three fire departments responded to a house fire at 506 SW 3rd St. in Marietta at 9AM Friday morning. The blaze began in the back bedroom of the house; which suffered severe smoke damage.

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Second Suit Filed in Deadly Accident

Updated: 10/01/2004 - 10-01-04 – A second lawsuit has been filed as a result of an accident in Sherman that killed ten people. Mike Martin and the parents of his wife, Lisa Martin, filed a lawsuit in Grayson County this week.

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Bush, Kerry Do Battle on Iraq in Debate

Updated: 10/01/2004 - Both men used well-rehearsed lines during their face-to-face encounter, but this was the first time each man had to listen to the criticism at close quarters.

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