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Farmers Prepare for Agri-Terrorism

Updated: 09/10/2006 - Oklahoma may be 14-hundred miles from New York City's Ground Zero, but state farmers and ranchers are preparing for the threat of agri-terrorism. A working group in the state...

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President Visits Ground Zero

Updated: 09/10/2006 - President Bush is embarking on nearly 24 hours of somber observances at the places terrorists struck five years ago. His first stop is New York, where he laid a wreath at the spot where the towers fell.

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Hundreds Attend Job Fair

Updated: 09/09/2006 - Hundreds of job seekers attended a job fair at the Ardmore Convention Center Saturday. The Ardmore Development Authority and the Ardmore Chamber of Commerce hosted the event...

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Body Found Along Hwy 82

Posted: 09/09/2006 - Sherman police were investigating the discovery of a body along Highway 82, near Texoma Parkway Saturday morning. A motorist called police around 9:30 a.m. reporting the body of a man in his 40s...

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Murder, Kidnapping under Investigation

Posted: 09/09/2006 - The Coal County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an apparent murder-suicide and kidnapping. According to Sheriff Roy Deck, a woman called the Sheriff’s Office around 10:50 Friday night....

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MS Walk in Sherman

Updated: 09/09/2006 - Local patients and doctors worked to raise awareness for Multiple Sclerosis on Saturday morning. The 3rd Annual MS Celebration and Commemorative walk was held at the Midway Mall to raise money for research...

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Atlantis Blasts Off

Updated: 09/09/2006 - It turns out some foam did fall off the shuttle Atlantis during today's launch. But NASA doesn't seem to think it's anything to worry about. NASA says two bits of hard foam came off more than four minutes into the launch...

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Students Hospitalized with Meningitis

Updated: 09/09/2006 - Health officials are urging Oklahomans to take precautions against the spread of viral meningitis. Two Davis Junior High School boys have been hospitalized with the disease. School officials say...

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Drugs & Guns Found in Sherman by Police

Updated: 09/08/2006 - A search warrant led Sherman Police to guns and drugs this week. One pound of marijuana, scales, and baggies, along with five handguns and two rifles were discovered. The marijuana seized was...

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West Nile Virus Kills Ardmore Man

Updated: 09/08/2006 - The weather may be getting cooler, but the risk of West Nile Virus is not going away. An Ardmore resident lost his life to the virus over the weekend and a new case just popped up this past week. There has...

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"Building a Caring Community" Campaign Started

Updated: 09/08/2006 - The United Way of Grayson County and local businesses are putting their heads together to generate more money. The United Way and businesses spent Friday afternoon working on the new campaign....

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Truck Accident Causes Oil Spill

Updated: 09/08/2006 - A truck carrying liquid asphalt turned over in Ardmore Friday morning. It happened at the intersection of Veterans and Chickasaw Boulevard just after 8 AM. The truck had loaded up with hot oil in...

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Congressman Talks Ethan Allen Closure

Updated: 09/08/2006 - The devastating news for some employees in Atoka that the Ethan Ellen Plant plans to close its upholstery production line, has gotten the attention of Congressman Ernest Istook. Istook, a candidate...

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Invention Targets DWI Prevention

Posted: 09/07/2006 - An inventor in Gunter, Texas says he's designed a device that will help parents find out if their child is drinking and driving. Joe Caperton came up with the idea nine months ago. Having worked in law enforcement...

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Price War Fuels Lines in Denison

Updated: 09/07/2006 - A price war is helping drive down gas prices at two Denison gas stations. Cars were lined up on Thursday to fuel up at $2.15 a gallon on Austin Avenue. One week ago it was $2.45 a gallon at the same stations.

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Sherman Mayor Gives State of City Address

Posted: 09/07/2006 - Sherman Mayor Bill Magers spoke for about 20 minutes today at a Kiwanis meeting. He said the state of the city is a good one since revenues are up and finances are down.

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Cold Case Ends With Life Sentence

Updated: 09/07/2006 - A man convicted in June of two Marietta murders now knows his sentence. Maurice Miller was sentenced to life without parole for the murders of James and Lena West in 1994.

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Accused Killers Set for Trial

Posted: 09/07/2006 - Trial dates have been set for two North Carolina men charged with murder in Thackerville. Eighteen-year-old Timothy Byford and Shawn Leggett are charged...

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Update: Injured Marine Recovering

Updated: 09/07/2006 - A U.S. Marine from Ada is undergoing skin graft surgery in San Antonio after surviving an IED explosion in Iraq this week. Lance Corporal Cody Hill was one of two marines riding in a vehicle that struck the IED.

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Signs of Controversy in Lone Grove

Updated: 09/07/2006 - New billboards in Lone Grove have attracted plenty of attention lately, but it’s not good. Residents complained about the location of the signs, and city leaders discovered the billboards never should have been built.

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Gunter City Council Meetings Rescheduled

Posted: 09/07/2006 - There is a schedule change for city leaders in Gunter. The city council is moving their Monday meetings to the second Thursday of the month. Gunter city secretary Carla Jordan says that schedule will remain...

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Fire Destroys Sherwood Shores Home

Updated: 09/07/2006 - A fire in Sherwood Shores completely destroyed a home Thursday morning. Fire officials say a husband and wife were in the home at the time, but they made it out okay. Fire crews from Sherwood Shores...

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Unemployment Down in Texoma Area

Updated: 09/06/2006 - Despite the news of Ethan Allen closing in Atoka, there is some good news when it comes to the unemployment rate in the area. Murray County boasts the fourth lowest unemployment rate in the state at...

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Focus on Legality of Poker Runs

Updated: 09/06/2006 - Investigators are still talking to witnesses as the try to recreate the boating accident that killed five people on Lake Texoma, but attention has also focused on the poker run that deadly day, and whether they are legal at all in Texas.

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Largest Atoka Employer Stops Production

Updated: 09/06/2006 - The city of Atoka's largest employer is shutting down. The Ethan Allen furniture plant in Atoka employs 250 people, but it will soon be converted into a regional...

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