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Store Owner Fights Off Armed Robber

Updated: 07/14/2004 - 7-14-04 - An elderly store owner fought back against an armed robber Tuesday night in Ardmore. Howard McMahon, 68, wrestled a gun away from a man a third of his age inside a convenience store.

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Bomb Explodes Near Crisis Shelter

Posted: 07/13/2004 - 7-13-04 - A Durant man was arrested Tuesday morning and charged with detonating an acetylene bomb outside the local women’s crisis shelter. The bomb exploded inside a dumpster late Saturday night...

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Brothers on Trial for Shooting Boy

Updated: 07/13/2004 - 7-13-04 - The case of two Love County brothers on trial for shooting with the intent to kill will go the jury for deliberation on Wednesday morning. Tuesday marked day two of the trial of...

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Library Funds Will Not Be Cut

Updated: 07/14/2004 - 7-14-04 – A Grayson County Commissioners Court ruled Wednesday that libraries in Grayson County will continue to receive the same amount of funding, despite worries of budget cuts.

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Female Suspect Arrested in Bank Robbery

Updated: 07/13/2004 - 7-13-04 - Ardmore police have arrested a prime suspect in the July 1st armed robbery of a local bank that involved a masked woman. They say Cindy Baxter, 38, admitted to authorities that she robbed the...

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Suspected Militant Surrenders to Saudis

Updated: 07/13/2004 - 07-13-04 (AP - RIYADH, Saudi Arabia) A wanted al-Qaida militant said to have fought alongside Osama bin Laden in Afghanistan turned himself in to Saudi diplomats in Iran and was flown to the kingdom Tuesday, the most prominent figure to surrender under an amnesty, the Interior Ministry said.

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Former Cop Convicted of Excessive Force

Updated: 07/14/2004 - 7-14-04 – A Sherman federal jury convicted a former Colbert police officer of one count of excessive force on Wednesday, three months after another jury couldn’t reach a verdict.

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Deputy Shoots at Fleeing Suspect, Ends Chase

Posted: 07/12/2004 - 7-12-04 - An armed robbery in Ardmore led to a chase and gunfire in Carter County on Monday night. It began around 7pm when police say Roy Carl Bales, 49, robbed the Ard-Mart convenience store on...

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Close Call - Flying Debris Misses Driver

Updated: 07/12/2004 - 7-12-04 - A Sherman woman and her children narrowly avoided a tragedy Monday when a piece of a semi-truck crashed through their car’s windshield along US 75. The 100lb brake drum missed...

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Sold!!! Cattle Auction Returns to Bonham

Posted: 07/12/2004 - 7-12-04 - The Bonham stockyards were back in business Monday for the first time since it was closed in a financial scandal 2 years ago. Cattleman claim the lost hundreds of thousands of dollars from the...

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Teens Find Handgun - 2nd Occurence in 4 Months

Posted: 07/12/2004 - 7-12-04 - Two Ardmore teenagers did the right thing this weekend when they found a loaded handgun along a city street. Police say two young teens were riding their bicycles along...

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Decaying Downtown - Search for Solutions

Updated: 07/12/2004 - 7-12-04 - Downtown merchants in Sherman are looking to city hall for help in giving the area a makeover. More than a dozen business owners met with city council members Monday night...

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Missing Case Ends with Discovery of Bodies

Updated: 07/12/2004 - 7-12-04 - It is a tragic ending to the story of two missing people from Bryan County. The body of Julie Shay and a friend were positively identified Monday, victims of an apparent car wreck in northeast Oklahoma.

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Teens Lead Police On Wild Ride

Updated: 07/12/2004 - 07-12-04 - Two Arkansas teenagers led law enforcement in three Oklahoma Counties on a chase in a stolen vehicle early Monday morning. Authorities say a 14 year old and a 15 year old...

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Drug Traffickers Busted on U.S. 75

Posted: 07/11/2004 - 7-11-04- Troopers busted two out of state drug traffickers along U.S. Highway 75 north and seized 45 pounds of marijuana. A father and his son from Illinois were arrested and charged with possession of marijuana.

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Pedestrian Killed Crossing F.M. 1417

Posted: 07/11/2004 - 7-11-04- A Denison woman was killed crossing F.M. Road 1417 just south od Denison in a bizarre overnight accident. Authorities are not sure why 44 year old Sheila Qualls was crossing the road at 2:30 this morning, but say she was killed instantly.

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Some Oklahoma Students Not Making Grade

Updated: 02/09/2007 - 7-10-04- Recent state test results show many Oklahoma students are not making the grade. About 75 percent of fifth and eighth grade students in Oklahoma did not pass state tests, but education officials said they scored only slightly below the requirements.

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War on Drugs Heads to Court

Updated: 07/10/2004 - 7-10-04- Drug courts will open in five Oklahoma counties and expand in three others with new money the Legislature approved earlier this year. One of those counties is right here in Texoma.

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Carson and Opponents Backing New Drilling

Updated: 07/10/2004 - (Anchorage, Alaska-AP) -- Three US Senate candidates, including one in Texoma, say that if they're elected, they'll try to open the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to drilling and oil development.

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Fill the Boot Campaign Back, Despite Ordinance

Posted: 07/09/2004 - 7-9-04 - Denison firefighters are back with boots in hand for the Muscular Dystrophy Association – the first time in 15 years that they’ve taken part in the charity drive, ironically, because of the law that...

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Sherman Man Guilty of Sexual Assault

Updated: 07/09/2004 - 7-9-04 - A woman who was sexually assaulted last year in Sherman and ran over a mile to find help, saw justice served this week in a Grayson County courtroom. Her attacker was found guilty.

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Fahrenheit 9/11 Opens in Sherman

Updated: 07/09/2004 - 7-9-04 - A movie that takes a scorching stance on the Bush administration is now showing in a local theater. Fahrenheit 9/11 opened at Sherman’s Cinemark on Friday morning.

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Tough Sentence for Fannin County Criminal

Updated: 07/09/2004 - 7-9-04 - A man prosecutors called a repeat offender got an extemely tough sentence in Fannin County this week. Ronald Lynn Hodges was sentenced to 60 years in prison for unlawful possession of a firearm.

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Homemade Weapons Found in McAlester Prison

Updated: 07/09/2004 - 7-9-04 - Officials at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary confiscated four homemade knives and another weapon in a search of prisoners' cells. It came after two inmates with weapons fought this week.

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Church Burglarized in Ardmore

Updated: 07/09/2004 - 7-8-04 - An Ardmore church and several homes fell victim to thieves this week, who vandalized and destroyed property in their search for valuables.

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