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Players Arrested But Still Playing

Updated: 10/11/2004 - 10-11-04- Leonard's athletic director is defending two of his players who were arrested Friday night but bonded out and played in the 2nd half of the team's game with Anna. One of those players scored the winning touchdown.

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More Counterfeit Bills in Ardmore

Updated: 10/11/2004 - 10-11-04 – A woman in Ardmore attempted to purchase sandwiches using two counterfeit $100 bills at the Love’s Travel Stop on I-35. Police have worked over 10 cases of counterfeit money over the last three months.

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Texas Bull Rider Killed in Hugo

Updated: 10/11/2004 - 10-11-04 – A bull rider from Houston, Texas was killed at an event in Hugo Friday night. EMS workers rushed the victim to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead. The bull rider suffered massive head injuries.

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Actor and Advocate Christopher Reeve Dies

Updated: 10/11/2004 - 10-11-04 - The star of the "Superman" movies who emerged from a paralyzing riding accident as a worldwide advocate for spinal cord research died yesterday at his home in New York state. He was 52.

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Decorated War Hero Welcomed Home

Updated: 10/10/2004 - 10-10-04- Specialist Bruce Himelright was the only American survivor after his patrol came under fire in Iraq in June. Sunday, the Fannin County soldier made a hero's return to Trenton, Texas.

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Rumsfeld Surprise Visit to Troops

Updated: 10/10/2004 - 10-10-04- For troops in Iraq, a possible homecoming depends on what happens after January elections. During a surprise visit with Marines there, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said troop levels might drop off if security improves.

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Durant School Gets Security Grant

Updated: 10/09/2004 - 10-9-04- Already recognized as having one of the state's best security programs, the Durant school district is getting a $100,000 federal grant to help beef up its security program.

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Five Straight for Sooners

Updated: 10/09/2004 - 10-9-04- Adrian Peterson decided to go to Oklahoma instead of Texas partly because of the way the Sooners always handle the Longhorns. This time, he was the reason for it. Oklahoma came out on top for the fifth time in a row, winning 12-0.

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Tour Bus Crash Kills 15

Updated: 10/09/2004 - 10-9-04- Authorities say a tour bus flipped over on an Arkansas interstate today, killing at least 15 people, including the driver. Police say the bus was carrying 30 Chicago-area residents to a Mississippi casino.

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Flu Shot Update - Grayson County

Updated: 10/08/2004 - 10-8-04 - The Grayson County Health Department has confirmed that it will receive sufficient influenza vaccine within the next week to supply its scheduled clinics, according to Dr. Carolyn Fruthaler, Director.

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Fans Gear Up for Red River Shootout

Updated: 10/08/2004 - 10-8-04 – Sooner fans are making their annual trek to Dallas, clogging I-35 as they head south for the big game. Coaches on both sides of the Red River have already sent their game ball to the Cotton Bowl as part of the annual Red River Run.

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Homemaking Mogul Heads to Prison

Updated: 10/08/2004 - 10-8-04 - The federal Bureau of Prisons confirms that Martha Stewart has reported to a West Virginia prison to begin her five-month sentence for lying about a stock sale. Stewart had until this afternoon to report to the prison.

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Possible Tenant Eyes K-Mart

Updated: 10/07/2004 - 10-7-04 - The empty K-Mart building in Sherman could soon have a new tenant. On Thursday, a prospective tenant toured the building, as construction crews cleared out old shelves.

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Plainview Student Dies in Wreck

Updated: 10/08/2004 - 10-8-04 – A 15-year-old Ardmore teenager injured in a car wreck Thursday morning has passed away. Extra counselors and church leaders will be on hand at Plainview high school...

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TX Lawmaker Reprimanded by House

Updated: 10/07/2004 - 10-7-04 - The White House is declining to criticize House Majority Leader Tom DeLay. He's been rebuked for the second time in a week by the House ethics committee for questionable conduct. The committee's findings were an extraordinary second rebuke in six days.

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Injured ECU Player Healing

Updated: 10/07/2004 - 10-7-04 - A Texas non-profit group will fly an East Central University player who was injured in a fatal hit-and-run incident to a hospital closer to his Dallas home. Cornerback Dennis Scales suffered serious injuries...

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Wounded Soldier Coming Home

Updated: 10/06/2004 - 10-6-04 - A soldier from Fannin County wounded in Iraq this summer will make a hero’s return to Trenton this weekend. Bruce Himelright was the only American survivor after his patrol came under fire in June.

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Future of City Parks

Updated: 10/06/2004 - 10-6-04 - Sherman city leaders want citizen’s opinions about a master plan for city parks. The city has hired an engineering firm to find out what exactly people want to see in the parks.

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Grandmother Guilty of Child Stealing

Updated: 10/06/2004 - 10-6-04 - A Marshall County grandmother pleaded guilty to child stealing after taking her grandson to Mexico last year after a custody battle. Sharon Pelton and her husband were caught 6 months...

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Lake Sardis Death - Accidental

Updated: 10/06/2004 - 10-6-04 - A man found dead in Sardis Lake on Monday apparently fell from a bridge 15 feet above the water. Authorities believe the death of 57-year-old Leo C. Berry of Wilburton was an accident.

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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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