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Durant PD Targets Drunk Drivers

Posted: 08/15/2006 - Durant is one of several cities putting extra officers on the streets beginning this weekend to keep a closer eye out for unsafe drivers putting innocent lives at risk.

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Copper Theft Suspect Nabbed in Ardmore

Posted: 08/15/2006 - A speeding violation led Ardmore Police to a copper theft suspect. The stopped Jesse Burrola early Tuesday morning and found tools for stealing copper wire inside his car.

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Marietta Hires Police Chief

Updated: 08/15/2006 - The Marietta Police Department has a new chief. The city council appointed 42-year-old William Baker to the post Monday night. Before earning his new title, Baker served as a reserve officer.

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Car Accident Leads to Drug Arrests

Updated: 08/15/2006 - A car crash in Bryan County landed three Kansas men in jail Tuesday afternoon. It happened just north of Calera on Highway 75 at the Ninth Street exit.

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Lone Grove Police Tranquilize Pit Bull

Updated: 08/15/2006 - Lone Grove police were forced to tranquilize a pit bull that chased a man and then threatened the police chief this week. It all began on Monday when a man ran out of gas on Highway 70.

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Dell Computer Recalls Batteries

Updated: 08/15/2006 - Dell's got a new Web site that tells you how to get a replacement battery for some of its notebook computers. More than 4-million Sony battery packs are being recalled on Latitude, Inspiron XPS and Precision Mobile Workstation notebooks.

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SOSU Unveils New School Logo

Updated: 08/15/2006 - Tuesday was a big day at Southeastern Oklahoma State University in Durant, as the alumni, students and faculty got their first look at the school’s new logo. The unveiling of the new logo is what...

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Schools Brace for Price of Pay Raises

Updated: 08/14/2006 - Oklahoma's school districts are absorbing the fixed costs of a teacher pay raise this school year. In the Ardmore district alone, it will cost $115,000 to cover costs such as retirement and social security.

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Schools Cautious in Intense Heat

Updated: 08/14/2006 - The hot weather is keeping much of the back to school buzz indoors. From boiling hot playgrounds and outdoor surfaces to the chance of dehydration, local teachers aren't taking any chances.

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Teenagers Part of Large Burglary Ring

Updated: 08/14/2006 - A group of juveniles stand accused of running a burglary ring that hit homes in Grayson and Cooke counties. Police say the group was highly organized and committed over 20 burglaries in 4 to 6 weeks.

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Two Local Women Die Due to Extreme Heat

Updated: 08/15/2006 - Two Carter County women died on Friday from heat-related problems. The state medical examiner says 94-year-old Libra Burton of Ardmore and 72-year-old Annetta Faye Lee both died of heat complications.

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Paris Woman Arrested for Burglary

Posted: 08/14/2006 - Paris police have arrested a woman, accused of breaking into a local flower store and stealing a cash register. Police say the burglary happened about 10 PM Sunday, when 34 year old...

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Lawmakers Tour Lake Murray

Updated: 08/14/2006 - Local lawmakers are pushing to renovate Lake Murray back to its original state. A majority of the structures were built back in the 1930's by the Civilian Conservation Corps using native stone...

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Police Chase Ends in Grayson Co.

Updated: 08/14/2006 - A high speed chase ended about 11AM on the Grayson County line on Monday. Police say they were trying to pull 26-year-old Sammy Lynn Key over in Colbert for an out of date tag, and that’s when the...

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Lake Texoma Lodge Could Close

Updated: 08/13/2006 - The summer season is winding down at the Lake Texoma State Park and officials have announced a new off-season schedule – that would close the Lake Texoma State Lodge at the end of September...

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Fire Marshall to Investigate Three Trailer Fires

Updated: 08/13/2006 - Thirteen volunteer fire departments from both side of the Red River worked to put out a six alarm blaze in Grayson County early Sunday morning. Three vacant trailer homes...

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New Air Passenger Security Rules

Posted: 08/13/2006 - Just when air travelers think they have the security drill down pat, it changes again. New rules being handed out to airline passengers today let them carry small amounts of liquid...

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Heat Wave Claims another Victim

Updated: 08/13/2006 - The death toll from the summer's blistering heat rose to 25 when the state Medical Examiner's Office confirmed that a 72-year-old woman from Lone Grove died Friday from heat-related causes.

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Baseball Legends Honored in Coleman

Posted: 08/12/2006 - The small Johnston County community of Coleman gathered on Saturday morning to honor baseball legends. The names of Coleman High School’s 1947 inaugural baseball team are now listed on a new granite memorial...

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Semi Truck Spills Load on 69/75

Updated: 08/12/2006 - Southbound traffic on Highway 67-75 was down to one lane in Bryan county Saturday morning, after a semi-truck spilled its load of plastic water pipes. Troopers say the truck driver lost control of his 18-wheeler...

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Teenager Killed in Drive-by Shooting

Updated: 08/12/2006 - Gainesville police are investigating a drive by shooting that killed a 16-year-old early Saturday morning. Around 2:00 a.m., police responded to a call of shots fired in the 600 block of North Morris Street...

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Pedestrian Killed in Crash

Posted: 08/12/2006 - An 82-year-old Maysville man was hit by a truck and killed as he crossed a county road southeast of Lindsay. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says Thomas Grimes was taken to a Norman hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

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Mail Carrier Saves Madill Family

Updated: 08/11/2006 - A Madill mail carrier became a hero while walking his route this week. On Wednesday, Shawan Laws spotted a house on fire and alerted the family inside. They say it saved their home and their lives.

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Missing Money in Boswell Public Works

Posted: 08/11/2006 - Almost $73,000 in utility payments and deposits are missing from the Boswell Public Works Authority. State Auditor and Inspector Jeff McMahan's office discovered the missing money in an audit requested...

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Officers Promoted at Sherman PD

Updated: 08/12/2006 - Three Sherman Police officers received promotions on Friday. Ken Brooks, Steve Dean, and Ryan Hapiuk were honored in a special ceremony on Friday afternoon.

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