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Families Gather for a Day of Remembrance

Updated: 02/19/2006 - 2-19-06 – Families gathered in Sherman Sunday afternoon for a Day of Remembrance. The fifth annual event was held at the Austin College Wynne Chapel. Families shared memories of loved ones lost in 2005.

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Ten Homeless after Major Apartment Fire

Updated: 02/19/2006 - A fire at a Durant apartment building Sunday afternoon left ten people homeless. The fire started around noon and quickly spread out of control. Five apartments were destroyed...

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Fire Forces Family to Flee Home

Updated: 02/19/2006 - An explosion and fire forced a Thackerville family to flee their home before flames destroyed it Sunday afternoon. It took about thirty minutes for several fire departments to get the blaze under control...

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Jackpot Highest Ever for OK Lotto Players

Updated: 02/19/2006 - Oklahomans are among lottery players lining up for their chance at a record $365 million Powerball lottery jackpot. No one has won the big prize since Oklahoma joined the multistate game on January 12th.

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Woman, Child Killed in Tour Bus Accident

Updated: 02/18/2006 - A tour bus carrying 45 passengers overturned along an icy interstate today, killing a woman and an 8-year-old boy and injuring dozens of others. OHP says the El Conejo bus crashed this afternoon just south of Pauls Valley.

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Train Hits Pick-up Stopped on Tracks

Posted: 02/18/2006 - Two people are in critical condition after a pick-up stopped on train tracks near Tioga and was broadsided by a freight train. The accident happened early Saturday morning on Gene Autry Road at Texas Street.

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Wintry Mix Tops Weekend Weather

Updated: 02/18/2006 - Driving in parts of Texoma was slow-going Saturday morning, as a wintry mix iced over some bridges and overpasses. The conditions are expected to continue throughout the weekend...

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Sherman Tyson Plant to Start Production

Updated: 02/17/2006 - Tyson's charter employees have been spending their time at the plant and at Grayson County College for job training. They'll get their first real taste of Tyson Foods next week.

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Counterfeit Bills Used In Local Casinos

Updated: 02/17/2006 - Earlier this week, authorities arrested two people in Texoma for trying to pass counterfeit bills at a convenience store, only to find that they had also been using them in local casinos. The Chickasaw....

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Ladd Sworn In For DA Position

Updated: 02/17/2006 - Oklahoma’s 20th district officially has a new district attorney. Craig Ladd was sworn in Friday afternoon at the Carter County Court House amongst friends, coworkers, and family. Governor Brad Henry...

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Four Structures Burned in Fannin County

Updated: 02/17/2006 - Construction workers cutting steel started a brush fire that destroyed four structures in Fannin County Friday. Five departments responded to the fire off of State Highway 121 and FM 1629 just south of Bonham.

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Possible Arson in Springer Fire

Updated: 02/17/2006 - The Arbuckle Mountain grassfire finally out Friday, but not before it burned over 5,000 acres. Now the Springer Fire Department says they have another suspicious fire on their hands. With the fire out, the...

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Mailbox Bombers Sentenced

Updated: 02/17/2006 - Three teenagers accused of putting bombs in mailboxes all over Marshall County will now spend a year at a juvenile youth camp. 18-year old Josh Burk and Joseph Norris please guilty to charges Friday.

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Economy On the Rise In Ada

Updated: 02/17/2006 - Residents in Ada have noticed the rapid growth in their town lately. And after the opening of Home Deport back in July, more businesses are setting up shop in Pontotoc County. Chili’s is set to open sometime...

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OSU Coach Charged With DUI

Updated: 02/17/2006 - Oklahoma State basketball coach Eddie Sutton was charged Friday with driving under the influence of alcohol. Payne County prosecutors charged Sutton with a misdemeanor count of aggravated DUI and....

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Landfill Litter: Trash Along Hwy 56

Updated: 02/17/2006 - It’s a problem along highways across Texoma, but one trash-scattered road that leads to a landfill has some residents arguing that garbage trucks are the litter bugs. The Texoma area solid waste authority....

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Texoma Expo - Meet the KXII Team

Updated: 02/18/2006 - The 2006 Texoma Expo has kicked off at Midway Mall in Sherman. It offers everything from business information to singing contests. The KXII news team will also be there through Saturday.

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Sulphur Veteran Hospital Renovation

Updated: 02/16/2006 - Normally you would not compare the living conditions at a veteran’s center to that of a prison, but according to democrat Wes Hilliard, that is just the case in Oklahoma. The state representative toured the....

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Mysterious Teen Death In Sherman

Updated: 02/17/2006 - A Sherman High School junior was in class Wednesday, but within 24 hours she died a mysterious death in her home. 17-year old Tina Landom-Shaw came home from school Wednesday not feeling well.

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Propane Leak In Van Alstyne

Updated: 02/16/2006 - Thousands of gallons of propane leaked into the air Thursday after an accident at a gas station occurred. Van Alstyne Fire Department intentionally set a flame and let it burn for about an hour and a half...

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Teacher Rally in Sherman

Updated: 02/16/2006 - With primary elections just two weeks away local teachers wanting to make their voices heard are rallying for education Thursday. A non-partisan rally got underway Thursday evening, with more than....

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Smoke From Wildfires Blows Into Texoma

Updated: 02/16/2006 - Smoke blanketed parts of southern Oklahoma, setting off concerns among residents that fires were nearby Thursday evening. But authorities stressed that most of the fires were contained to the....

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Weekend Cold Front Increasing Fire Danger

Updated: 02/16/2006 - Oklahoma state fire officials say a cold front that is moving slowly across the state Friday is producing strong winds and increasing fire danger. Officials also say the expected cold weather during....

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Wildfire Shuts Down Two Highways

Updated: 02/16/2006 - Heavy smoke from a wildfire near I-35 in the Arbuckles forced the Oklahoma Highway Patrol to shut down two major highways Thursday afternoon. I-35 and US 77 were shut down for nearly 3 hours due to the heavy smoke.

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