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Flu Vaccine in Carter County

Updated: 11/07/2004 - 11-7-04- The Carter County Health Department has received a limited amount of flu vaccine for high-risk adults and an additional supply of vaccine for high-risk children.

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Chase Ends With Motorcycle Crash

Updated: 11/07/2004 - 11-6-04- A chase through Carter County ended Saturday evening when the suspect crashed his motorcycle on Lake Murray Drive near Highway 70 after a two mile, high-speed chase.

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Durant Woman Dies in Accident

Updated: 11/06/2004 - 11-6-04- A Durant woman was killed in a deadly accident on Highway 91 in Bryan County just east of Colbert on Friday. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says the victim is 28 year old Tera Kayleen Carpenter.

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House Burns in Love County

Updated: 11/05/2004 - 11-05-04 - The former home of a Love County Sheriff burned Friday afternoon, just six months after former Sheriff Marvin Wade passed away. It happened about 15 miles outside of Marietta, just west of highway 76.

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Pottsboro School Vandalized

Updated: 11/05/2004 - 11-5-04 - The Pottsboro High School was vandalized overnight. It appears to be the work of a student who hid inside the building after class. A custodian discovered the vandalism in the...

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Local Band Wows Judges at State

Updated: 11/05/2004 - 11-5-04 – A Texoma town is proud of their high school marching band. A group of 110 students played their hearts out at state competition recently and walked away with 6th place honors.

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Transport Danger - Escape Stopped

Updated: 11/04/2004 - 11-4-04 - A near escape at the Grayson County jail this week is bringing new attention to the results of overcrowding. Jailers were transporting 34-year-old Russell Noland Nelson from a Texarkana jail back to Grayson County for a hearing yesterday around 10:30 am.

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Divine Dish? Plate Survives Fire

Updated: 11/04/2004 - 11-4-04 - Durant firefighters found an odd sight in a charred mobile home this week – a single glass plate that had survived intense heat without any marks. The plate was a collector’s piece that told a visual story of the life of Jesus Christ.

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More Flu Vaccine in Bryan/Grayson Counties

Updated: 11/04/2004 - 11-4-04 - Two local counties have received fresh supplies of the flu vaccine meant for young children, as well as adult doses. The news comes as the nation still suffers from a severe under-supply of the vaccine.

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Indecent Exposure Equals 30 Year Sentence

Updated: 11/04/2004 - 11-4-04 - A Grayson County jury sentenced Daniel Williams, 54, from Sherman, to 30 years in prison this week for one count of Indecency with a Child by Exposure. He committed the crime 3 years ago in Pottsboro.

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Bush: “Change is Inevitable”

Updated: 11/04/2004 - 11-4-04 - President Bush says change in his second-term Cabinet is "inevitable." In a post-election news conference today, Bush said he hasn't yet made any decisions about changes to his White House staff or his Cabinet.

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Local Preacher Jailed

Updated: 11/04/2004 - 11-4-04 – A local preacher is in jail; accused of lewd acts with a child. Christopher Ragle, of Healdton, was arrested Tuesday. Ragle allegedly asked a 4-year-old to take off her clothes before he drew her outline.

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New Red River Rivalry? OK Lotto Gets Approval

Updated: 11/04/2004 - 11-4-04 – Voters in Oklahoma approved the education lottery during the general election by a 65% majority. Will Oklahomans will stop driving to Texas for lotto tickets...

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Dinner and Drinks; Voters Approve Measure

Updated: 11/04/2004 - 11-4-04 – Voters in Bryan County have approved a measure that could attract well-known restaurants to the area. Sixty nine percent of voters approved liquor by the drink proposition Tuesday.

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Hall Wins with New Party

Updated: 11/03/2004 - 11-3-04 - In the race for the District Four Congressional seat in Texas, a long-time Democrat turned Republican wins re-election. Ralph Hall beat Democrat Jim Nickerson and Libertarian candidate Kevin Anderson.

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Coburn Wins OK Senate Seat

Updated: 11/03/2004 - 11-3-04 - Former Republican Congressman Tom Coburn held on to Oklahoma's US Senate seat for Republicans. Coburn beat Democratic Congressman Brad Carson by a 53- to 41-percent margin.

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Teen Sentenced to 92 Years in Prison

Updated: 11/03/2004 - 11-2-04 – A Sherman teenager receives a stiff, 92 year sentence on drug charges in Grayson County. Authorities say Jokari Barnum had become a menace to police officers; committing a number of offenses over the past two years.

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Kerry Concedes; President Re-Elected

Updated: 11/03/2004 - 11-3-04 - Sen. John Kerry has called President Bush Wednesday morning to concede White House race. The phone call came after a long, tense night of vote counting and with Ohio's 20 electoral votes at stake.

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Scabies Outbreak Growing in SISD School

Updated: 11/01/2004 - 11-1-04 - The Scabies outbreak at Sherman's Washington elementary school has doubled since late last week. As of Monday, 51 students and six adults have been diagnosed with the infectious skin disease.

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Fight Over Man's Burial Site

Updated: 11/01/2004 - 11-1-04 - Deputies prevented the burial of a Bryan County man on Saturday, as two sides of his family fight for the right to choose his final resting place. 86-year-old Carl "Sonny" White passed away October 23rd after a long battle with cancer.

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67 Year Old Woman Dies in Fire

Updated: 11/01/2004 - 11-01-04 – An elderly, wheelchair-bound woman died when her apartment caught fire in Paris. Firefighters got the call at 10:15 p.m. Sunday. When they got to the scene, the 67-year-old resident was dead inside her apartment.

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Down to the Wire: President to Visit North Texas

Updated: 11/01/2004 - 11-1-04 - President Bush will wrap up a six-day campaign blitz today with a late-night homecoming rally in Dallas. Meanwhile, John Kerry is about to embark on an aerial assault...

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New Oklahoma Laws

Updated: 10/31/2004 - 10-31-04- A total of 144 new laws take effect in Oklahoma Monday. Among them are laws to reform medical liability lawsuits and a measure to increase teacher pay to the regional average during the next four years.

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Fire Tears Through Durant Business

Updated: 10/31/2004 - 10-31-04- Investigators are looking into what started a fire at a downtown Durant business Saturday evening. Firefighters responded to Marci's Western Wear on Main Street just after 7 p.m and found the store in flames.

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