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Glen Johnson Plans for Higher Ed

Updated: 01/12/2007 - Outgoing SOSU President Glen Johnson leaves his post after nearly a decade, and looks forward to increasing support in higher education statewide. Johnson reflected on the accomplishments of SOSU while also looking to the future, at a farewell reception Friday night.

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Bryan County Jail Faces Closing

Updated: 01/12/2007 - After three weeks of searching, still no word on the whereabouts of Bryan County Jail escapee Richard Kramer. State officials say that closing the jail might be the only solution left.

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Woman Fined for Feeding Dog

Posted: 01/12/2007 - One Colbert woman is claiming she’s had to pay $200 in fines for a dog that isn’t hers. Patti Bell says a stray lab wandered into her backyard and ate the scraps she leaves out for cats around town.

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Bells Bridge Raises Concern

Posted: 01/12/2007 - A dilapidated railroad bridge that has stood since 1936 is starting to cause some concerns about safety in the city of Bells. With talks of a proposed coal-burning power plant in Savoy, traffic along the troubled bridge becomes a problem.

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Texoma Braces for Storm

Updated: 01/12/2007 - Temperatures continue to drop rapidly across Texoma. In what some say is a reminder of the ice storm of 2005, Texoma is bracing for incoming winter weather.

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New stamp unveiled in Oklahoma

Updated: 01/11/2007 - Post Offices across Southern Oklahoma unveiled the new centennial stamp on Thursday.

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Residents concerned over road conditions

Updated: 01/11/2007 - The recent fatal accident on Highway 11 claimed one of Fannin County's finest, Deputy Rahamy Mitchell, and has brought up concerns about the safety of the road from area residents.

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Hundreds pay respects to Deputy

Updated: 01/11/2007 - Hundreds of law enforcement officials joined family and friends Thursday to pay their respects to Fannin County Deputy Rahamy Mitchell, who was killed Sunday in the line of duty.

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Congressman Reacts to Bush Speech

Updated: 01/10/2007 - Ralph Hall, a Texas congressman and member of the new Democrat-controlled Congress paid close attention to the President's delivery Wednesday night. He wasn't surprised with Bush's address and said Bush spoke plainly and gave a good outlook for the war in Iraq.

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Bush announces troop increase in Iraq

Updated: 01/10/2007 - WHITE HOUSE (AP) - In an address to the nation, President Bush has committed more than 20-thousand additional American troops to Iraq. The President says that the situation is "unacceptable" to him and to the American people and his plan is a "strong commitment."

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New Boat Slip Tax for Grayson County

Updated: 01/10/2007 - Those who rent or own a boat slip in Grayson County’s marinas could be asked to pay a new tax. Grayson County made the decision in order to keep up with state property tax codes.

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Burglary Suspect on the Loose

Posted: 01/10/2007 - A man is wanted in Sherman and is considered armed and dangerous. Byron Holloway is wanted for a burglary at the Turtle Creek Apartments in Sherman on December 24th.

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Caring for Livestock

Updated: 01/09/2007 - Humane Society professionals say cases of neglect seem to becoming more common, and they urge buyers to think hard before buying large animals like horses.

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Oklahoma Inmate Executed

Updated: 01/09/2007 - 01-09-07 Convicted killer Corey Duane Hamilton has been put to death in McAlester for the execution style killing of four people. The 38 year old Tulsa man was pronounced dead at 6:14 PM Tuesday.

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Rising Prices Lead to Rising Theft

Posted: 01/09/2007 - Van Alystne police are on the look-out for a man who took off with more than one hundred dollars worth in cigarettes. While shoplifting and stealing isn't uncommon, the reasons behind this case may very well be unique.

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Identity Theft on the Rise Locally

Posted: 01/09/2007 - Law enforcement says the crime of identity theft is on the rise. The Grayson County sheriff's office says a local man recently became a victim of identity theft. Officials say he received an email asking for personal information from someone claiming to work for a bank.

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Horses neglected in Lamar County

Updated: 01/09/2007 - Outraged residents in Lamar County are looking for answers over what some are calling animal cruelty. Concerned neighbors say they have found horses that are dying due to neglect.

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Sulphur Superintendent Resigns

Updated: 01/09/2007 - The Sulphur Independent School District is looking for a new superintendent amid calls for change from disgruntled parents. At a meeting Monday night, Keith Foreman announced he would resign after serving as superintendent for three and a half years.

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Local girl hitting it big

Updated: 01/12/2007 - With roots down in Carter County, Ashlyn Dixon is now taking the lead in a brand new T.V. show.

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