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GAPS Tax Questioned in Ardmore

Updated: 11/16/2004 - 11-16-04 - The Ardmore GAPS tax is again in question - this time from other school districts. The half-cent sales tax was passed in November of 2003, with half the proceeds going to the city and...

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Cockfighting Ban Hits Home

Posted: 11/16/2004 - 11-16-04 - The fight over cockfighting in Oklahoma ended this week, but has left local game fowl breeders with few choices on what to do next. The state supreme court rejected the final appeal from the 2002 ban on cockfighting.

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Bush Names Rice to Secretary of State

Updated: 11/16/2004 - 11-16-04 - President Bush says he's chosen a woman of strength, grace and decency to be "America's face to the world." With those words, the president named national security adviser Condoleezza Rice to succeed Colin Powell as secretary of state.

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Two Children Die in Semi-Accident

Updated: 11/16/2004 - 11-16-04 – Two children died while riding in a semi with their father Monday night in Atoka County. Troopers say two 18-wheelers collided at an intersection twelve miles east of Atoka at 6:45 p.m.

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Officer Cleared in Pedestrian Accident

Updated: 11/15/2004 - 11-15-04 - Less than one week after a Denison police officer ran over a pedestrian, the Texas Department of Public Safety has cleared him of any wrongdoing after an investigation.

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Car Hits Business

Updated: 11/15/2004 - 11-15-04 - A car ended up in a building along Morton Street in Denison on Monday. The driver ran into the Suds-n-More Laundromat after she was rear-ended by a pick-up while she was turning into the business.

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A Record Fish Story

Updated: 11/16/2004 - 11-15-04 - For the 2nd time this year, Lake Texoma has broken the Oklahoma state record for a blue catfish. A Madill man caught the 98-pound blue catfish last week near Tishomingo...

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Incentive Package Approved For Tyson

Updated: 11/15/2004 - 11-15-04 – SEDCO has approved an incentive package for Tyson Fresh Meats. The package offers the meat company $3 million in incentives. If Tyson accepts the deal, the company would bring 1500 new jobs to the area.

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Denison Considers Bond Election

Updated: 11/15/2004 - 11-15-04 – The Denison City Council is considering a bond election to raise money for road repairs. At Monday night’s meeting, the council is expected to vote on whether to call a bond election for February in order to raise money for street construction projects.

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Murder Hearing to Last 2 Days

Updated: 11/15/2004 - 11-15-04 – The preliminary hearing for the man charged with the death of an East Central University football player will last at least 2 days. Amman Reich of Konowa is charged with first degree murder in the death of Joseph Tusan.

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Firefighters Battle House Fire

Updated: 11/14/2004 - 11-14-04- Firefighters battled flames in an old, abandoned house in the 1600 block of Elm Street in Durant early Sunday evening. Neighbors called firefighters when they saw flames shooting out of the home's second story windows.

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EMS Crisis in Colbert

Updated: 11/15/2004 - 11-15-04- The small town of Colbert, Oklahoma is fighting to keep their ambulance service after the EMS Director was reassigned Friday and several other paramedics have threatened to walk off the job.

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Toy Run in Memory of Chief, Wife

Updated: 11/13/2004 - 11-13-04- It has been just over a month since the small town of Marietta lost their beloved police chief, Jim Bob Thompson and his wife Linda in a tragic motorcycle accident, but Saturday, their legacy lives on with a charity ride.

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Police Investigate Fatal Accident

Updated: 11/13/2004 - 11-13-04- Sherman police are investigating a fatal accident in Sherman Friday evening that killed a 55 year old woman when her car ran off the road and into a large ditch.

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Vice President Cheney Health Scare

Updated: 11/13/2004 - 11-13-04- "I feel fine." Those are the words of Vice President Dick Cheney. He went to the hospital for about three hours today after experiencing shortness of breath.

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Funeral Set for Civilian Killed in Iraq

Updated: 11/18/2004 - 11-17-04 - A Denison man, killed in Iraq, will be laid to rest on Saturday. Mike Tatar was working in Iraq, training police officers when he was killed by friendly fire last week. The funeral is scheduled at 10 a.m. Saturday morning at the St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Denison.

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Scott Peterson Found Guilty

Updated: 11/12/2004 - 11-12-04 - A California jury has found Scott Peterson guilty of first-degree murder in the death of his pregnant wife Laci. That charge could carry the death penalty or life without parole.

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Hundreds Wait For Flu Shots

Updated: 11/12/2004 - 11-12-04 – Hundreds descended on the Carter and Johnston County health departments on Friday morning, braving the cold weather to receive a flu shot. Some waited up to two hours for the vaccine.

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Local Plant to Close

Updated: 11/12/2004 - 11-12-04 - Dallas-based TXU's power generating subsidiary said today that it plans to shut down three more of its older natural gas-fired power plants. This will affect the three-unit plant on Valley Lake; between Bonham and Sherman.

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The Road to Nashville Brings Star Back Home

Updated: 11/12/2004 - 11-12-04 – A local music star who made it big came back to Texoma for a live show Thursday night. Blake Shelton, of Ada, left Oklahoma when he was 17 years old...

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CBS to Re-air CSI:NY

Updated: 11/12/2004 - 11-11-04 - After dozens of complaints following CBS' decision to break into programming, the network is re-airing an episode of "CSI: New York". The end of the episode was covered up by news coverage.

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Sherman Recruits Tyson

Updated: 11/11/2004 - 11-11-04 - Sherman is once again taking steps to finally bring Tyson Foods to town, 4 years after IBP bought the old Oscar Mayer plant. Tyson later purchased IBP, and the building has sat empty. But this could be the city’s best chance yet.

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Vets Remembered, but Numbers Dwindling

Updated: 11/11/2004 - 11-11-04 - Local communities turned out by the hundreds to honor the nations veterans on Veterans Day at ceremonies and parades. But each year, there are fewer veterans to take part.

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Twisters Hit Central Oklahoma

Updated: 11/11/2004 - 11-11-04 - Rare November tornadoes moved across parts of Oklahoma, causing property damage and power outages but no injuries. Spotters said at least one of the tornadoes may have neared the size of a football field...

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Husband, Wife Accused of Molestation

Updated: 11/11/2004 - 11-11-04 -Murray County prosecutors have charged a husband and wife with molesting four children over a period of years. The crimes are alleged to have happened between 1998 and 2002. Officials say a deprived child case led them to the couple.

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