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Sherman Names New Superintendent

Updated: 09/18/2006 - The Sherman Independent School District named Dr. Al Hambrick as their new superintendent on Monday. The district held a news conference Monday where they introduced the longtime employee.

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Carter Co. Wreck Injures Child, Senior

Updated: 09/18/2006 - A six-year-old had to be flown to the hospital Monday morning after two cars collided in Carter County. It happened just before 8:30 a.m. at the intersection of Highway 70 and 76. Troopers say...

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Wet Weather Hits Texoma

Updated: 09/17/2006 - Many residents woke up to thunder Sunday morning as storms brought up to two inches of rain for most of the area. There is a chance of flooding and the storms knocked out power to hundreds of homes...

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New Development Plans in Ardmore

Updated: 09/17/2006 - A developer from Ft. Worth, Texas has purchased more land in Ardmore. N-3 Capital purchased approximately eight acres of land on Rockford Road, Holiday Drive and 12th Avenue Northwest...

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Madill Employee Hurt at Workplace

Updated: 09/18/2006 - An employee at a major Marshall County employer was seriously injured on the job Saturday night. John Leyva, 18, was flown to Parkland Hospital in Dallas where his thumb had to be amputated.

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Patriot Guard to Escort Fallen Soldier

Posted: 09/16/2006 - The Patriot Guard will escort the body of a Kingston soldier killed in Iraq last week. The body of Sgt Clint Williams will arrive in Maryland on Monday and be escorted by a group of motorcyclists and his brother.

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Sherman Ordinance Gets State Attention

Updated: 09/18/2006 - Several Texas cities, including Sherman, could face legal challenges over recent laws and ordinances that restrict the movement of registered sex offenders. The laws keep offenders from living within...

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Update: Pizza Restaurants Close

Updated: 09/16/2006 - A pizza restaurant in Ardmore has closed its doors, but employees of the store were not notified of the closing until it happened, and now they are looking for answers. Windows were covered up, doors....

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Mourners Honor Ann Richards

Updated: 09/16/2006 - The body of former Texas Governor Ann Richards is lying in state at the Capitol in Austin. The flag-draped casket will be there for two days before her funeral and burial. Former President Clinton tearfully...

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Military Honors for Fallen Soldier

Posted: 09/15/2006 - The highest military honors are going to the Kingston soldier killed in Wednesday in Iraq. While coming to the end of his second tour of duty, Sgt. Clint Williams was killed by a roadside bomb. Two months....

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Tainted Spinach Traced to California

Updated: 09/15/2006 - Federal heath officials say they've traced a nationwide E-coli outbreak to a California company, which has agreed to recall its bagged spinach products. The Food and Drug Administration says....

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Sherman Shooting Suspect's Name Released

Posted: 09/15/2006 - Sherman Police are releasing more information Friday in their search for a man who fired shots at a small group of people Tuesday night. Shots were fired just before midnight on the corner of Vernon Holland...

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Theives Hit Local Hotel in Sherman

Posted: 09/15/2006 - Thieves went on a burglary spree over the Labor Day weekend in the parking lot of a Sherman hotel. One of the items stolen was a large, radio controlled airplane, which is worth about $5,000. Electronics....

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Employers Concerned with Skills of Workers

Updated: 09/15/2006 - The unemployment rates are low in Grayson County and even across the Red River in Bryan County, but a growing concern for employers is finding workers who are cut out for the job. Every City is looking for....

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Burglars Invade Bryan County Home

Updated: 09/15/2006 - A Durant man woke up Friday morning startled after hearing four people breaking into his home. In the early morning hours, police say four people busted in the door of a home on South 5th Street....

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Front Lines - Todd Larkin Reports

Updated: 09/15/2006 - KXII photojournalist Todd Larkin is one of 400 local soldiers serving in Afghanistan as part of the 1-180th Oklahoma National Guard. Todd's latest report covers what the soldiers themselves think about...

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Charlie Haldeman Remembers Ann Richards

Updated: 09/15/2006 - KXII anchor Charlie Haldeman had the chance to meet former Texas governor Ann Richards when he was a high school student.

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Kingston Soldier Killed in Iraq

Updated: 09/15/2006 - A Kingston soldier who was serving a tour of duty in Iraq, was killed in combat Wednesday. Clint Williams, 24, was killed in a road side bomb. He was only four months away from coming home....

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Students Support School President

Updated: 09/14/2006 - Students at Murray State are worried their president is being asked to step down. However, many students say they are prepared to fight for his job. There's been a lot of talk on campus...

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HazMat Team in Carter County

Updated: 09/14/2006 - While situations like oil or hazardous material may be rare, they can still create major problems if not handled properly. One of only two teams in Oklahoma that is certified to handle them is located in...

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Elderly Woman Killed in Car Accident

Posted: 09/14/2006 - An elderly Fannin County was killed in a car accident Thursday morning. It happened on FM 898 near Ector. Troopers say 94-year-old Robert Booher was turning into his driveway, and didn't...

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Looking Ahead to Bryan Co. Ag Expo

Updated: 09/14/2006 - Bryan County is gearing up once again for their annual Ag Expo and Barbeque. Coordinators of the event say this year will be bigger and better than in the past. The expo recognizes contributions...

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Wright Sentenced to Life in Prison

Posted: 09/14/2006 - A man found guilty of first degree murder in August now knows that he will spend the rest of his life in prison for the murder of 63-year-old Lacey Lee. Robert Lawrence, 53, was sentenced...

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Wal-Mart to Phase out Lay-A-Way

Posted: 09/14/2006 - Wal-Mart is dumping another tradition started when Sam Walton founded the chain in 1962. The world's largest retailer will end layaway service this year, due to falling demand and rising costs...

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2006 Texoma Scramble a Success

Posted: 09/14/2006 - The 14th Annual Wilson N. Jones Texoma Scramble was held September 10th and 11th at Tanglewood Resort and Conference Center. One hundred and seventy-nine golfers...

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