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Judge Says Horses Must Go

Updated: 01/05/2006 - The controversial animal ordinance in Ardmore is final and will stay in place, despite two months of protesting by some angry citizens. Back in November, the city passed an ordinance that called for the removal...

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Cold Case Suspect Arraigned in Marietta

Updated: 01/05/2006 - A Marietta man pleaded not guilty for the second time to two counts of first-degree murder during his arraignment Thursday. Maurice Miller is accused of killing James and Lena West in their Marietta home in 1994.

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OK Rural Firefighters Get Emergency Funding

Updated: 01/05/2006 - Cash-strapped rural fire departments across Oklahoma will be getting much needed funding from the state this week. Oklahoma Agriculture Secretary Terry Peach said this morning that his department will be...

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Bomb Suspects to Plead Guilty

Updated: 01/05/2006 - Three 18-year-old Marshall County teens will plead guilty later next month for spree of bomb attacks on mailboxes. Josh Burk, Jessie Turner, and Joseph Norris are accused of making several bombs and ...

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Denison Students Hit by Car

Updated: 01/05/2006 - Two Denison high school students were hit by a car Thursday morning as they crossed Spur 503. It happened in the 3200 block of Eisenhower Parkway around 6:30am. Both students suffered broken bones...

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Elderly Woman Dies in Sherman Fire

Updated: 01/04/2006 - A 97-year-old Sherman woman died in a house fire Wednesday night. Firefighters found Christine Fitzgerald in the back of the house on the kitchen floor. She died a short time later at Wilson N. Jones.

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Former Educator to Challenge for Dist 62

Updated: 01/04/2006 - A former Van Alstyne educator has thrown his hat into the ring for Texas state represenative in district 62. Charlie Williams will run as a republican in the district that covers Grayson and Fannin counties.

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OSBI Investigates Police Rape Claim

Updated: 01/04/2006 - A Davis police officer is under investigation after a woman claims he raped her over the weekend. The Murray County Sheriff's Department called the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation...

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Pets Missing After Area Fires

Updated: 01/04/2006 - As fires threatened local homes, many people had to leave beloved pets behind as they evacuated to safety. Now some are concerned their dogs or cats have been lost. The Durant animal control ...

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Guilty Plea in Ardmore Child's Death

Updated: 01/04/2006 - A 22-year old Ardmore man will spend time behind bars for the death of his girlfriend's infant son. Joseph Wilson pled guilty on Wednesday to a charge of child neglect. Wilson and his girlfriend were arrested ...

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County Barn Thief Makes Getaway

Updated: 01/04/2006 - After a high-speed chase last night, a man is still on the run from the Madill police. Authorities believe the man stole thousands of dollars worth of equipment from a county commissioner's barn.

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Israel Prime Minister Suffers Stroke

Updated: 01/04/2006 - A Jerusalem hospital official says Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has suffered a "significant" stroke, or more specifically, a cerebral hemorrhage. Sharon was rushed to the hospital today.

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Damage Estimates Mount; Beware of Scams

Updated: 01/04/2006 - Fire victims are being warned to watch out of scam artists on both sides of the state who hope to turn a quick buck with offers of rebuilding homes destroyed by weeks worth of wildfires.

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Firefighting Planes Arrive in Ardmore

Updated: 01/03/2006 - A source of relief for local firefighters flew into the Ardmore Air Park Tuesday. Two tanker planes are now ready to help with the fires. The planes are being based in Ardmore until early March.

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Fires Take Physical, Financial Toll

Updated: 01/03/2006 - From the time and strength of volunteer firefighters to valuable pasture and grazing land for ranches, the impact of recent wildfires could be felt for months to come. Already, some ranches have had to sell cattle.

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Ardmore Horse Ordinance Challenged

Updated: 01/03/2006 - A Carter County judge is still waiting to make his decision on a controversial new animal ordinance in Ardmore, that would keep livestock out of residential neighborhoods. The law concerning ...

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Fast Moving Fire Claims Sherman Home

Updated: 01/03/2006 - A garage apartment behind a Sherman home was quickly overtaken by flames on Tuesday after a fire began near highways 56 & 289. Sherman firefighters and volunteers helped save the nearby home.

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Train Hits Driver in Sherman

Updated: 01/03/2006 - A 57-year-old Howe man who is hard of hearing was hit by a train as his pick-up crossed a rural road in Sherman Tuesday. Stephen Conn was on Farmington Road when the train spun his truck into a ditch.

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AC Students Earn Credit for Katrina Trip

Updated: 01/03/2006 - A group of 68 students and 3 professors from Austin College will be packing up their tools for college credit, as they head south to do their part in assisting with the continuing Hurricane Katrina relief efforts.

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Choctaw Nation Assisting Firefighters

Updated: 01/03/2006 - The Choctaw Nation wrote a $7,000 check to the Grant Fire Department today. This weekend, the Nation is allowing all departments within its borders to fuel up and get gatorade for free.

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Officer-Involved Shooting in Kingston

Updated: 01/03/2006 - A Kingston police officer shot and killed a 42-year-old Texas man Monday night near highway 70, moments after the man tried to run over the officer with a pick-up. Leslie Shawn Crone died a short time later.

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Mine Owners - "We're Sorry for Confusion"

Updated: 01/04/2006 - Ben Hatfield says his company let "the jubilation go on longer than it should have." The head of the company that owns the West Virginia mine where a dozen miners died says his group regrets letting the ...

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Governors Promise Aid for Texas/OK

Updated: 01/02/2006 - Governors Rick Perry and Brad Henry met with fire victims in Texas and Oklahoma Monday, promising a quick response for recovery efforts. Perry tourned fire-ravaged Montague County.

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Bonham Church Rebuilding after Fire

Updated: 01/01/2006 - A Bonham church is starting to rebuild after an arson fire more than a year ago destroyed their old churches. A handful of members from the First Pentecostal Church of God celebrated a groundbreaking off of Highway 121 – Sunday morning.

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Gov Henry: “Danger is Not Over”

Updated: 01/01/2006 - Oklahoma's governor says the "danger is not over" from wildfires hitting his state as well as neighboring Texas and New Mexico. Governor Brad Henry says today was "very challenging."

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