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Businesses working through postage rate changes

Updated: 05/17/2007 - Businesses in Durant got the opportunity Thursday afternoon to learn about the new postage increase. Representatives from the Durant Post Office stopped by and spoke to the group about how to handle the increase, covering everything from postcards to parcel post.

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New council members in Denison

Posted: 05/17/2007 - The City of Denison has a pair of newly elected leaders. Jim McClure and Robert Pool took their oaths of office Wednesday night to fill places four and six on the city council.

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Last days for old high school

Updated: 01/05/2009 - An historic Denison landmark set to be torn down after years of vacancy. Historic preservation groups tried for years to save the old Denison High School, but on Monday crews are scheduled to begin the demolition process.

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MEMC security

Updated: 05/16/2007 - A Sherman company is taking extra precautions after officials claim they received a threatening note. Officials at MEMC say the Sherman facility received a threatening postcard earlier this week.

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Old pumps giving Oklahoma drivers a break on gas prices

Posted: 05/16/2007 - Gas prices seem to be soaring by the minute, as several stations in Texoma are selling regular unleaded for as much as $3.19 a gallon. But folks in Ravia are getting a "steal" thanks to the some older technology.

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Students get special treat in Mill Creek

Updated: 06/06/2007 - Some local students were rewarded for their hard work on Wednesday. First through sixth graders at Mill Creek Elementary School were challenged by their teachers to read 8,000 books. If they did it, they'd get to “dunk" their teachers in a water tank as a reward.

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Economic developers honored

Updated: 05/16/2007 - Workforce Texoma, along with economic development offices in Sherman, Denison, Bonham, and Gainesville, were presented with plaques from the Texas Economic Development Council for their work in the Texoma Regional Consortium.

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Domestic violence shelters await legislators’ decision in Oklahoma

Posted: 05/16/2007 - Many Oklahoma domestic violence shelters are depending on legislators to stay in business. The State Attorney General's Office was asking for $3 million to keep their centers operating, but officials say the money set aside for them fell short.

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Sherman pub burglarized

Updated: 05/16/2007 - Sherman police are looking for two men responsible for burglarizing Cellarman's Restaurant and Pub on Wednesday afternoon. The restaurant owner says it happened just after noon. You can see in the surveillance video two men came to back of the restaurant...

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GE Dishwasher Recall

Updated: 05/16/2007 - General Electric, in cooperation with the Consumer Product Safety Commission, is recalling approximately 2.5 (m) million GE dishwashers.

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A single vote

Posted: 05/15/2007 - A multi-million dollar bond package passed by one vote over the weekend. Now the community and the college are asking if that's just too close to call. Grayson College officials say it all came down to one paper ballot. Now they're questioning whether there should be a recount.

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School bus technology

Posted: 05/15/2007 - Ardmore School Board members are looking at adding seat belts and video cameras to their new buses. In December, voters approved a $750,000 bond issue to purchase new buses.

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Church fire in Caddo

Updated: 05/15/2007 - A Caddo, Oklahoma, congregation is surveying the damage after police say someone set their church on fire over the weekend. Authorities believe vandals set fire to the 134-year old church in five different places, but members of the Caddo United Methodist Church...

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Ardmore elementary school's future

Updated: 06/06/2007 - Ardmore school board members are looking to the future of the elementary school after voters shot down a bond issue to build phase two in April.

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Lakefest Regatta check presentation

Updated: 06/06/2007 - This year's annual Lakefest Regatta was a huge success once again. On Tuesday morning, organizers announced that $52,000 was raised for special needs children in Grayson County.

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Pottsboro teen killed in accident

Updated: 05/16/2007 - A fatal auto accident just west of Pottsboro claimed the life of a teenager Tuesday morning. Shelby Dunn, (also known as Shelby Johnson), 16, was on her way to school when, according to witnesses, she pulled out in front of a dump truck on FM 996.

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Illegal dumping arrest

Updated: 05/14/2007 - A peaceful piece of property near Antlers, Oklahoma, with tall grass, large green trees, and... raw sewage? That's what Oklahoma DEQ investigators say they found...

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Grayson County smoking ban? You tell us...

Updated: 01/05/2009 - If the 15-foot smoking ban applied to county buildings, a person would have to walk across the street before lighting up. Even if it isn't statewide, commissioners want to know you if you'd like it in Grayson County.

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Two Denison women arrested on drug charges

Posted: 05/14/2007 - A traffic stop turned into arrests for two Denison women this weekend. Colleen Susan Carroll and Vikki L. Carpenter, both of Denison, were arrested for drug possession.

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Stamp price increase

Posted: 05/14/2007 - If you're headed to the mailbox, you'll want to take some extra change to mail those letters and packages. Starting Monday, the rate for stamps jumps to 41 cents.

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Gas prices soaring across area

Updated: 05/14/2007 - Nationwide gas prices are at their highest since Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005. Southern Oklahomans are paying well above $3 a gallon, and North Texans are approaching the $3 mark as well.

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