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Ardmore Schools Looking for $$$ Advance

Updated: 09/07/2004 - 9-7-04 - The Ardmore School District has an answer to overcrowding at their elementary classes – an advance on a city sales tax set aside for local districts.

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Tenth Trailer Stolen

Updated: 09/07/2004 - 9-07-04 - Trailer thieves have struck again, along the I-35 corridor. Someone stole a trailer from the Comfort Inn in Ardmore about 3:00 a.m. Monday morning. The cargo trailer and all the items inside were worth over $11,000.

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Good Samaritan Helps Accident Victims

Updated: 09/07/2004 - 9-07-04 – Four people including a teenager were taken to the hospital Tuesday morning after a two car wreck on Highway 91 in Denison. The car caught fire, but bystanders used fire extinguishers to help put out the flames.

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Five Soldiers Killed in Iraq

Updated: 09/07/2004 - 9-07-04 - The American military says since mid-day Monday, five soldiers have been killed in Iraq. One of the latest fatalities occurred in a Baghdad slum where American troops clashed with followers of a radical cleric.

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Accident Claims Brother/Sister

Updated: 09/09/2004 - 9-8-04 – A labor day accident that killed a 14 year old Ector Cheerleader has also taken the life of her little brother. Late Tuesday night, 6-year-old Brazos Baker was taken off of life support. He remains on a ventilator Wednesday...

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Child Makes Explosives

Updated: 09/06/2004 - 9-6-04- The mother of a 9 year old Ardmore boy says she is concerned that her son was able to make homemade bombs, then set them off in a neighborhood field. In fact, she called the police and turned him in herself.

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Clinton Recovery Going "Very Well"

Updated: 09/07/2004 - 9-07-04 - Former President Clinton has been taken off a respirator and is breathing on his own after having quadruple bypass surgery. Doctors say his arteries were so severely clogged that they posed an imminent danger of a major heart attack. A member of Clinton's surgery team says everything is going "very well."

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Man Charged in Shooting

Updated: 09/06/2004 - 9-06-04 - Adolph Payne Junior is in the Carter County Jail, being charged with shooting with the intent to kill. Police in Ardmore say he shot at a woman while she was walking into her mother's home on Park Street Southeast Sunday morning at around eleven.

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Workers Satisfied This Labor Day

Updated: 09/06/2004 - 9-06-04 - There's an appropriate survey to talk about this Labor Day. An Associated Press poll finds that most Americans are very satisfied with their jobs. Most say work is an important part of who they are. Those most likely to feel that way were...

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Frances Blamed for Seven Deaths

Updated: 09/07/2004 - 9-06-04 - What was Hurricane Frances is blamed for at least seven deaths in Florida. They include a grandson and a former son-in-law of Florida StateUniversity football coach Bobby Bowden. The pair died in acollision on a rain-slick highway.

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Man Drowns in Lake

Updated: 09/06/2004 - 9-06-04 – An Ardmore man is dead after drowning in Lake Murray Sunday evening. Authorities say the victim swam to a fishing buoy about 175 feet from the shore at 6:50pm, but never made it back. The dive team recovered the man in six feet of water...

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Oklahoma Escapee Captured

Updated: 09/05/2004 - 9-05-04 - An Atoka prison escapee was taken into custody at the Crescent Creek Apartments in Durant Sunday afternoon after two days on the run. Audrey Himes was caught thanks to a glass of water.

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Medicare Costs Rising for Seniors

Updated: 09/05/2004 - 9-5-04- Most Oklahomans eligible for Medicare will have to pay almost $140.00 more a year for doctors' visits, outpatient care and home health care starting next year. The 17 percent hike is the biggest in Medicare's 40 year history.

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Red Cross Moving Out for Frances

Updated: 09/05/2004 - 9-4-04 - Local Red Cross chapters are preparing to send volunteers and supplies to Florida, but they need your help. Already, 1.8 million homes are without power as Frances moves across the state.

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Gold-Medal Parade for Patterson

Updated: 09/04/2004 - 9-4-04- An estimated ten thousand people lined a parade route leading to Allen High School this morning, trying to catch a glimpse of Olympic gold medalist Carly Patterson.

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Ardmore Woman Killed in Accident

Updated: 09/04/2004 - 9-4-04- A tragic start to the holiday weekend for an Ardmore family. 57 year old Anita John was killed when the vehicle she was driving crossed the center line, over-corrected and...

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Infant, Drugs Discovered in Home

Updated: 09/04/2004 - 9-4-04- An infant was found in a home where an Ardmore man was arrested for drug possession Friday. Acting on a tip, police say they arrested 23 year old Joshua Dunkin after finding drugs in the home of off Kings Road.

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Strike Over

Updated: 09/03/2004 - 9-03-04 The strike at the General Cable plant in Bonham is over. After three hours this morning, the 184 employees decided to go back to work. They have been striking for five days while union workers were neogotiating with corporate officials.

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Near Abduction Avoided in Ardmore

Updated: 09/03/2004 - 9-03-04 An eight year old Ardmore girl claims she was nearly abducted from her own backyard. Jessica Jones was jumping on a trampoline when she says two men walked through the back...

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Russian Forces Storm School

Updated: 09/03/2004 - 9-03-04 - There are reports of more than 100 dead after commandos stormed a school in southern Russia. Forces raided the school to free hundreds of hostages being held by separatist rebels.

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Hurricane Frances Nears Florida

Updated: 09/03/2004 - 9-03-04 - Hurricane Frances, with cloud coverage the size of Texas, is 260 miles off the Florida coast Friday morning. Florida is ordering 2.5 million people to leave for higher ground. Meanwhile, debris litters the streets in the Bahamas...

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Flames Erupt in Bonham

Updated: 09/03/2004 - 9-03-04 – Firefighters in Bonham spent most of Friday morning battling a barn fire. Flammable materials, including tires and paint cans, inside the building made controlling the fire more difficult. The cause is under investigation.

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Piece of Ardmore History Remembered

Updated: 09/02/2004 - 9-2-04 - The clean-up site of an historic building that fell in downtown Ardmore last Saturday - now resembles a gravesite as dozens of visitors stop by to pay their respects.

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Industrial Park Opens in Sherman

Updated: 09/02/2004 - 9-2-04 - Sherman’s newest industrial park officially opened for business Thursday. City leaders hope the Northgate Park will lure a variety of businesses to an area formerly owned by...

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Pre-K Popularity Spells Waiting List

Updated: 09/02/2004 - 9-2-04 - Pre-kindergarten classes are so popular across Texoma that some schools have waiting lists as big as the classes themselves. That’s the case in Sherman, where the...

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