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Good News Amid School Closing

Posted: 06/27/2006 - Students at the International Business School will be able to finish their degrees, and teachers will keep their jobs. The Sherman school closed its doors about a week and a half ago, blaming low enrollment and lack of money.

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New Tax Exemption for Grayson Co

Updated: 06/27/2006 - Some Grayson County taxpayers will get an additional break on residential property taxes. On Monday, commissioners adopted a residential homestead exemption, which allows homeowners to ...

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Ardmore Airpark Eyes Free Trade Zone

Updated: 06/27/2006 - A new vision for the Ardmore Air Park promises to put the city on a global scale. The Ardmore Development Authority has plans to make the air park a hub of international trade.

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Library Funding Boosted in Grayson Co

Posted: 06/26/2006 - Grayson county commissioners aren't closing the book on public libraries after all. While many were worried library funding would be completely cut off on Monday the county went from funding six libraries to nine.

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Sulphur Veterans Ctr - Funding Approved

Updated: 06/26/2006 - State lawmakers have approved $7 million for a new facility at the Oklahoma Veteran's Center in Sulphur. The main building is 83-years-old and has dozens of problems.

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Water Restrictions Tightened in Colbert

Updated: 06/26/2006 - Three weeks ago, residents in Colbert were put on watering restrictions, amid a water crisis, but now new restrictions and at the same time the city's school in violation.

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Former Grayson Escapee Sentenced

Posted: 06/26/2006 - A Grayson County inmate who escaped a work crew last summer has been sentenced to prison. Troy Tuley, 33, received more than 180 years in total prison time. His stiffest sentence is 40 years.

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Ardmore Awarded Ag Research Station

Updated: 06/26/2006 - Ardmore's Noble Foundation has been chosen as the location for an agriculture research station. The $10 million site for Oklahoma State University promises to be like no other in the state.

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Sherman KFC Scores Health Dept "F"

Updated: 06/26/2006 - The Grayson County Health Department issued a failing grade to a Sherman fast-food restaurant. The KFC on Travis Street scored a grade of "F" during a June 6 inspection. The failing marks came after...

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Arrest Warrant in Drive-by Shooting

Updated: 06/26/2006 - Police in Gainesville have issued an arrest warrant for Raymundo Delgado Espino, 26. Espino is accused of killing Jesus Camacho, 20. The shooting happened on California St. in Gainesville in early June.

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Woman Killed in Motorcycle Accident

Updated: 06/26/2006 - An Idabel woman was killed on Sunday when the motorcycle she was riding on crashed in rural Pushmataha County. Tammy Freeman was with her husband Kelly Freeman when he lost control of a 2000 HD...

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Missing VA Man Found Safe

Posted: 06/26/2006 - The search for a missing Van Alstyne man suffering from Alzheimer’s disease ended positively on Sunday. Rescuers found the 79-year-old man in a corn field after three hours of exposure to hot temperatures..

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Supreme Court Could Rule on TX Redistricting

Posted: 06/25/2006 - Five months before fall elections, Texas could be forced to overhaul its ballot. That's if the Supreme Court rejects state congressional districts redrawn in 2003 to elect more Republicans.

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Construction Clears on I-35

Updated: 06/25/2006 - In Love County, all lanes of Interstate 35 are open after months of construction. The Oklahoma Department of Transportation began construction on the first eight miles of I-35 last fall...

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Grass Fire Threatens Love Co Home

Updated: 06/25/2006 - Twelve fire departments battled a grass fire in Love County, four miles east of Marietta on Highway 32. The fire was close to one home and some storage buildings on the south-side of the highway....

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Missing Woman - Family Spreads Flyers

Updated: 06/28/2006 - As local authorities have scaled back the search for a Sherman woman, family members are canvassing neighborhoods with flyers. 79-year-old Una Mae Herd was last seen near her home on Sunday.

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Sherman Firefighters Battle Downtown Fire

Posted: 06/24/2006 - Sherman firefighters battled a downtown fire Saturday evening. The fire began in an apartment, attached to the Waldo Funeral Home on Travis Street. According to the fire department, the resident came home and found a fire in the living room.

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Mother of Slain JonBenet Ramsey Dies

Posted: 06/24/2006 - The mother of murdered child beauty queen JonBenet Ramsey will be buried next to her daughter. Patsy Ramsey died of cancer today in her father's home outside Atlanta. Her husband, John, was at her bedside. She was 49.

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Disaster Drill Tests Communications

Updated: 06/24/2006 - The American Radio Relay League is holding disaster drills across the country, including Ardmore this weekend. Organizers set up towers to allow amateur radio operators to practice in case of emergencies.

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Murder Investigation in Hugo

Updated: 06/24/2006 - A homicide investigation is underway in Hugo after authorities say a man was killed late Friday night. According to the OSBI, witnesses reported a man striking another man near the 400 block of West Main Street...

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Memorial for Young Tornado Victim

Updated: 06/24/2006 - The family of a young teen, killed after a tornado hit his home in May, is reaching out to other families. Colson Owens was one of three people killed May 9th when tornados ripped across Collin and Grayson County.

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New Industry Coming to Durant

Updated: 06/23/2006 - The Durant Planning And Zoning Commission approved 20 acres of agricultural land to be rezoned as industrial, making way for a new manufacturing company moving to Bryan County.

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Would-Be Gang Members Caught in Ardmore

Updated: 06/23/2006 - Four people claiming to be gang members didn't try to hide their attempt at shoplifting from Ardmore's Wal-Mart Thursday. Two women and two teenage boys tried to walk out with $4,000 in electronics.

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Glen Gore Avoids Death Penalty in 2nd Trial

Updated: 06/23/2006 - A man convicted of raping and killing an Ada woman in 1982 is being sentenced to life in prison after the jury deadlocked 11-to-1 on whether to sentence him to death. Glen Gore was convicted of killing Debra...

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Man Posing as Police Officer in Madill

Updated: 06/22/2006 - Police in Madill say a man is posing as a police officer and stopping by the homes of elderly, widowed women. The man is described as being in his 40s, dressed in slacks and a shirt. He’s about 5’7” or....

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