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Investigation Targets Ardmore Nursing Home

Updated: 10/17/2006 - An Ardmore nursing home was the subject of a state investigation after complaints about the way Elmbrook trained its certified nurses’ aids.

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Sherman Sales Tax Revenue Hits Record High

Updated: 10/17/2006 - The city of Sherman is looking at record breaking numbers when it comes to sales tax revenue over the past year. Much of that can be credited to a ...

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Noble Foundation Scientist Receives Large Grant

Posted: 10/17/2006 - A Noble Foundation scientist has been awarded a $1.4 million grant from the Plant Genome Program at the National Science Foundation to study trichomes.

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Chickasaw Governor - Humanitarian of the Year

Posted: 10/17/2006 - Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby was recently selected “Humanitarian of the Year” by the Oklahoma Mental Health Consumer Council. Previous recipients of the prestigious award include Oklahoma Governor Brad Henry...

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Bryan Co. Jail Awaits Word on Fines

Updated: 10/17/2006 - Bryan County officials met with the State Health Department in Oklahoma City to talk about fines related to health violations at the jail. The county could face up to $700,000 dollars in fines for health ...

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Three Arrested for Drugs and Guns

Updated: 10/17/2006 - A routine traffic stop in Kingston sent three Lawton natives to jail. About 3:00 AM on Tuesday, an officer pulled over a Lincoln Town Car for a broken tail light in the 1100 block of Highway 70. When they searched the car they found six crack rocks and two loaded...

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Father Murders Children, Sets Fire to Home

Updated: 10/17/2006 - Garvin County Sheriff Bill Roady says a man shot three children and then killed himself after setting fire to a rural Pauls Valley home. Firefighters discovered the bodies in a room of the house after

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Recreation Area Enforcement Angers Business

Updated: 10/16/2006 - The Chickasaw National Recreation Area is cracking down on the rules, but one woman says stricter policies are putting her out of business. For the last four years, Cheri Wolfe has been taking ...

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Red Light Cameras May Target Drivers

Updated: 10/16/2006 - Drivers who run red lights in Sherman may soon find themselves being watched by remote cameras. The Sherman police chief is recommending that the city invest in red light cameras to enforce laws.

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OK Burn Ban - All But Out

Posted: 10/16/2006 - Except for a section of northeast Oklahoma, the burn ban has been lifted for the entire state. Parts of the KXII viewing area in Oklahoma have spent 9 of the past 12 months under a ban on outdoor burning.

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Done Deal for Eisenhower State Park

Posted: 10/16/2006 - After more than one year in limbo, the future of a popular state park on Lake Texoma is no longer in doubt. Federal and Texas state officials have agreed on a new lease for Eisenhower State Park.

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Car Crashes into Sherman Home

Updated: 10/16/2006 - A car slammed into a Sherman home Monday morning, and police say the driver fled the scene. It happened just before 4:00 AM in the 700 Block of West Lamberth. Sherman police say a red, 2000...

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Water Main Break in Ardmore

Updated: 10/16/2006 - Folks in Ardmore awoke to little or no water pressure Monday morning, after a 12 inch water main busted on Rockford Road between 4th and 12th Streets. Crews were called out about 5:00 AM, but couldn't...

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Grayson Fair Draws Record Numbers

Posted: 10/15/2006 - The 13th annual Grayson County fair ended Sunday with record-breaking attendance numbers. That’s despite rain falling throughout much of the final day. More than 20,000 people attended the ...

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Two Die in Head-on Wreck Near Madill

Posted: 10/15/2006 - The much-needed rain in the Texoma area led to several accidents across the area. The worst wreck happened at 6:30am Sunday near Madill when two people were killed. State Troopers say a Ford was...

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SOSU Opens Student Union

Posted: 10/14/2006 - Homecoming weekend was a big one at SOSU as the university unveiled their new student union building. The $14.5 million building stretches 60,000 square feet and is home to a cafeteria, auditorium, and gymnasium.

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Counties Throw Job Fair After Layoffs

Updated: 10/13/2006 - With only three more weeks to find a new job, 195 Ethan Allen employees in Atoka County got a boost in their job search. Around 45 different employers from Coal, Atoka...

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Local Page Recalls Time With Foley

Updated: 10/13/2006 - A congressional scandal has thrust a Sulphur native into the national spotlight. Bryce Chitwood served as a congressional page for Representative Wes Watkins from 2002 to 2003.

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Local Schools Donate $$$ to United Way

Posted: 10/13/2006 - A friendly competition between the Sherman and Denison School Districts resulted in tens of thousands of dollars for the United Way. Both districts presented large checks to the Grayson Chapter on Friday.

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Bad Hwy Intersection Getting Overhaul

Updated: 10/13/2006 - A Sherman intersection is about to get an overhaul aimed at improving traffic flow and safety. Officials say the intersection of 1417 and Hwy 56 is one of the worst in Sherman.

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Search Warrant Nets Drugs, Guns & Cash

Posted: 10/13/2006 - Two Sherman residents are behind bars and facing serious charges related to a drug raid in the 1300 block of East Jones. It happened on Friday afternoon when officers served a search warrant at the home.

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Two People Arrested for Fake Money

Updated: 10/13/2006 - Madill Police arrested two people Thursday night, after they say they tried to pass counterfeit money at a two fast food restaurants. Police say it happened at the Sonic and the McDonald’s....

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Bush Signs Wright Amend. Repeal

Updated: 10/13/2006 - "Hooray." That's how Southwest Airlines responded on its Web site after President Bush today signed into law a compromise to ease flight restrictions at Dallas Love Field. Southwest, which is based at ...

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Bryan County Jailer Drunk on Job

Updated: 10/13/2006 - The Bryan County jail is once again at the center of an embarrassing situation. A Durant police officer arrested an on-duty jailer for public intoxication late Thursday night.

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Gas Prices Falling in Texas

Posted: 10/13/2006 - It's Week 10 in the retail gasoline price fall across Texas. The weekly Triple-A Texas gas price survey released today shows the retail prices of regular, self-serve gasoline across Texas are averaging...

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