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ACMA Winners Announced

Updated: 05/18/2005 - 5-18-05 - Newlywed Kenny Chesney took home entertainer of the year honors at the Academy of Country Music Awards. "Redneck Woman" Gretchen Wilson won for top new artist...

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Making a Difference: Local Volunteer Honored

Updated: 05/18/2005 - 5-18-05 – The work of a local school volunteer has earned recognition from the state of Texas. Larry Clemons, a retired electric worker, is a daily fixture at Finley-Oats Elementary School...

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Convicted Child Molester Wants New Trial

Updated: 05/18/2005 - 5-18-05 - A former mayor of Ravenna who pleaded guilty to sexually abusing two young girls may get a new trial on a legal technicality. Lyndon Hale fled Fannin County shortly after his indictment in 1999 for...

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Drought-like Conditions Worry Farmers

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 5-18-05 - A springtime drought has local farmers and ranchers worried about their livelihoods. Much of Grayson and Fannin counties have had less than an inch of rain in the last six weeks. That's compared to...

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GPS to Track Sooner Sex Offenders

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 5-17-05 - Convicted sex offenders in Oklahoma will have to wear a Global Positioning device under a bill signed into law Tuesday by Governor Henry. Supporters of the measure say it allows law enforcement to...

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Justice for Slain Trooper - Killer is Guilty

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 5-17-05 - A jury in Lawton returned a guilty verdict Tuesday against a former firefighter who was accused of killing a state trooper after a struggle on a rural road in Cotton County. After deliberating for less...

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Amber Alerts - Now Available on Cell Phones

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 5-17-05 - The next Amber Alert issued in Oklahoma or Texas could go straight to your cell phone. The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children has joined forces with the wireless industry in hopes of...

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Outdoor Retailer to Open This Fall

Updated: 05/17/2005 - 5-17-05 – Sporting goods retailer, Gander Mountain, has officially agreed to move into the old K-Mart building on Highway 75 in Sherman. The company has announced plans to open a store this fall.

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Academic Champs: Local Teens Win Gold

Updated: 05/17/2005 - 5-17-05 – Students in Lindsay are celebrating their tenth win at the state-wide University Interscholastic League competition. This year, the students brought home the gold in the one-act play competition.

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New Dress Code for Howe Students

Updated: 05/17/2005 - 5-17-05 – A North Texas school district decided to adopt a new and stricter dress code policy next fall. Students in Howe will no longer be allowed to wear sweatpants, wind pants, or shorts to school.

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Faith is Solution to Suicidal Problems

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 5-17-05 - Whitesboro area youth groups banded together on Sunday for a march, hoping to send a message to others their age that suicide is no solution. The small community has lost three teens to suicide in...

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Sheriff Chases Down Thieves

Updated: 05/17/2005 - 5-16-05 – Cooke County Sheriff Mike Compton and a Highway Patrol Sergeant pulled into a truck stop just as two men pulled away without paying Monday morning.

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Newsweek Apologizes for Story

Updated: 05/16/2005 - 5-16-05 - Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says a Newsweek story has "done a lot of harm" to U-S outreach in the Muslim world. Newsweek reported that US interrogators had placed copies of Islam's holy book in bathrooms and flushed one down the toilet.

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Mother's Grief Inspires Book

Updated: 05/16/2005 - 5-16-05 – On the second anniversary of her son’s death, Jodi Stone recalls the moment that inspired her to write a children’s book. The mother was making dinner in her Anna home when her five year old son walked in...

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Accident Victim Dies in Healdton

Updated: 05/16/2005 - 5-16-05 - A man died from injuries in a car accident in Healdton Sunday, despite being revived once. Michael Sheffield of Frederick was pronounced dead before 10pm, but minutes later was brought back to life.

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Parents Mourn Denison Nurse

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 5-15-05- Todd and Lisa Short say their daughter Candice was a survivor, recently recovering from a paralyzing horseback riding accident. But Friday night, she was killed on a narrow road when...

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Rice Makes Surprise Visit to Iraq

Updated: 05/15/2005 - 5-15-05- Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says militants can be beaten in Iraq -- not just by force, but by democracy. Rice is making a one-day visit to Iraq. It's her first trip there since succeeding Colin Powell.

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Close Call for Officer

Updated: 05/15/2005 - 5-15-05- An Ardmore police officer responding to the scene of a fight near the Wal Mart parking lot was almost run over by three teenagers fleeing the fight scene.

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Race Riot; Prayer March for Forgiveness

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 5-14-05 - Hundreds of people gathered in Sherman Saturday for the second annual March for Jesus. The group prayed on the steps of the courthouse, where 75 years ago, a race riot left the building in ashes.

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Denison Nurse Killed in Crash

Updated: 05/14/2005 - 5-14-05- Criminal charges could be filed against a driver who caused a fatal accident in Bells Friday night. A young Denison nurse was killed in that crash on FM 1753 and Seven Hills Road.

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It's Official - New Employer in Denison

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 5-12-05 - The Denison Development Alliance approved an incentive package with Ruiz Foods Friday morning that will bring up to 400 jobs to the old Pillsbury plant. Ruiz makes frozen mexican dinners under the name "El Monterey".

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BRAC List Out: Tish Named

Updated: 05/13/2005 - 5-13-05 - None of Oklahoma's major military bases are on the Pentagon's list of bases recommended for closing or realignment, but several smaller ones are. A reserve center in Tishomingo is marked for closure, but it hasn't been used in 5 years.

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Tornado Season: Are Kids Safe at School?

Updated: 05/13/2005 - 5-13-05 – Oklahoma educators are working on plans to keep kids safe at school; especially when severe weather hits. FEMA awarded Colbert ISD $400,000 in grant money to build an underground safe room.

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Shots in the Dark - Night Moves for APD

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 5-12-05 - Ardmore police are training in the dark this week – using nighttime settings to create the hazards they can face in the line of duty. At their gun range in Marietta, patrol officers fired their weapons...

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Fallen Lawmen Memorial in Carter County

Updated: 02/06/2008 - 5-12-05 - Law enforcement officers from two states honored their fallen brothers outside the Carter County Sheriff’s department Thursday. The annual ceremony is a tribute to the 11 lawmen that lost...

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