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Water Line Floods Ardmore Street

Updated: 02/21/2007 - Ardmore city workers were dealing with another water line break on Wednesday night. Just before 6pm, a 12-inch water line broke in the 1300 block of Springdale Street.

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Horses Seized from Area Ranch

Posted: 08/23/2006 - The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is squaring off against a Cooke County rancher after seizing 7 horses the SPCA claims are emaciated and injured. The horses appear to be ...

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Hugo to Sue Ambulance Authority

Updated: 08/23/2006 - The city of Hugo is suing the Choctaw County Ambulance Authority over questionable bidding practices. KXII first brought you the story on Tuesday night when the city lost their ambulance contract to ...

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Ardmore HS Debuts New Principal

Posted: 08/23/2006 - A new school year began at Ardmore High School with a new face leading the way. Bobby Upshaw was recently named the high school principal, and as an African American, he made history before he settled into his new office.

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Miles Apart: Fuel Price Differences

Updated: 08/23/2006 - Differences in gas prices between Oklahoma and Texas stations have local viewers demanding answers. It's an issue that's always been around, but is more noticeable these days due to record fuel prices.

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Development Planned for VA Area

Updated: 08/23/2006 - A major development deal is in the works for southern Grayson County and Van Alstyne. The Mantua project would be a combination of shops, homes, and maybe even new schools.

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Update - Local Soldiers Injured in Iraq

Updated: 08/24/2006 - Four local members of the Oklahoma National Guard were injured by an IED explosion in Iraq this week. Five soldiers were on patrol in Al Mahsul, Iraq on Wednesday when the device detonated.

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Missing Man Found Near Sherman

Updated: 08/23/2006 - The search for a missing elderly man from the Dallas area ended Wednesday morning in Grayson County. The search first began Tuesday, when the man’s car was found parked along...

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Durant Mayor Hurt in ATV Wreck

Posted: 08/23/2006 - The mayor of Durant is recovering from an ATV accident. It happened Sunday just north of Antlers, when Mayor Jerry Tomlinson was riding four wheelers with his family. Tomlinson had to get stitches...

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Marietta Schools Close Wednesday

Updated: 08/23/2006 - Marietta schools will be closed Wednesday due to a water line break near the Middle School. The line serves the Middle and High Schools, but the district will close all three schools for the day.

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Election 2006: Oklahoma & Chickasaw Primary Results

Decision 2006

Updated: 08/23/2006 - Oklahoma voters pick party nominees for statewide primaries and local school bond elections. There are two statewide races for lieutenant governor nominees. Locally there are two school bond issues.

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Creek in Johnston Co. Drying Up

Updated: 08/22/2006 - A well known creek in Johnston County is drying up, and residents say Mother Nature is not the culprit. At one time, Mill Creek was a rapidly flowing stream, but that's no longer the case. Is the lack of...

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Trash Building Up Along Carpenter's Bluff

Updated: 08/22/2006 - Trash is piling up along the shores of the Red River, and during the summer months, it becomes a problem for local residents. One woman in Bryan County says she's working to clean up the mess...

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New Kind of Justice in Fannin Co.

Updated: 08/22/2006 - The number of cases, convictions and jury verdicts are adding up in Fannin County. The District Attorney's office says the increase in cases is due to more efficient work at the courthouse...

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Ardmore Railroad Crossing Repaired

Updated: 08/22/2006 - A well traveled railroad crossing in Ardmore is under construction. East Main Street will be closed at the railroad tracks until next Friday, so that Burlington Northern Santa Fe officials can replace five tracks.

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Durant PD Looking for Armed Robber

Updated: 08/22/2006 - Durant police are looking for a man, who they say robbed the America Cash Advance on Radio Road. It happened Monday night, when police say a man who was wearing a yellow hooded sweatshirt...

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Water Restrictions for Lone Grove

Posted: 08/22/2006 - The city of Lone Grove is trying to cut down on water use to keep up with the high demand. Starting Thursday, August 24th, folks will only be allowed to water between 8:00 PM and 8:00 AM...

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Punishment for Students Involved in Hazing

Posted: 08/22/2006 - Officials with the Denison School District say the students responsible in last week's hazing incident will be punished. Last week, two students were beaten up after a back to school dance...

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OK Primary Elections Underway

Decision 2006

Posted: 08/22/2006 - Polls are now open across Oklahoma as voters decide various runoff races. There are two statewide races as Democrats and Republicans decide their nominees for lieutenant governor...

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Trial Set for Purcell Murder Suspect

Updated: 08/22/2006 - A Purcell man is being ordered to stand trial on murder charges in the brutal killing of a 10-year-old Purcell girl. Kevin Ray Underwood was bound over for trial today in McClain County District Court...

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Caddo Residents Asked to Conserve Water

Updated: 08/22/2006 - City officials in Caddo are asking residents there to conserve their water. According to Ray Finley, who's with the city of Caddo, the town is experiencing some troubles with one of their water pumps...

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Lake-Area Home Destroyed in Fire

Posted: 08/21/2006 - A home west of Denison was destroyed by fire Monday afternoon. An elderly couple was inside when the home on Janice Drive near Grandpappy Point caught fire, but they made it out safely.

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Neighborhood Protests Duplex Addition

Updated: 08/21/2006 - Some property owners in a College Park neighborhood of Sherman are upset over a zoning request approved earlier this month. The neighborhood off Cleveland Street could be the sight of new duplexes.

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Perry Appoints Appraisal Tax Force

Updated: 08/21/2006 - The Texas governor is calling for a task force to investigate rising property tax appraisals. First News has reported on several cases of appraisal hikes as frustrated homeowners say they've had enough.

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Red Cross Resources Drained By Fires

Posted: 08/21/2006 - A string of recent structure and wildfires is exhausting the funds of the Grayson County Red Cross chapter. Since mid-July, the local chapter has responded to 15 hours fires and 8 emergency responder canteen calls.

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