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Broken Water Line Ends Class

Updated: 09/10/2004 - 9-10-04 – A broken water main in Sherman has been repaired, but not before it spelled the end of the school day for hundreds of local students.

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Earthquakes Hit Oklahoma

Updated: 09/10/2004 - 9-10-04 - A swarm of earthquakes hit parts of central Oklahoma Thursday. At least nine minor-impact earthquakes were registered between 3:20 p.m. to ten p.m. in the Minco and Union City areas. Most of the quakes registered less than two...

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No Change of Venue in Murder Trial

Updated: 09/10/2004 - 9-10-04 - A Cotton County judge has denied a change of venue request for an ex-Duncan firefighter accused of killing a state trooper. Lawyers for Ray Malone believe pretrial publicity...

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Coburn Comments - No Apology

Updated: 09/09/2004 - 9-9-04 - Oklahoma Democrats want Republican Tom Coburn to apologize for comments he made at a town hall meeting in Altus last month. He used the term 'crapheads' to describe...

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Controversy Over Vandalism Investigation

Updated: 09/09/2004 - 9-9-04 - A vandalism spree at a Carter County cemetery had led to criticism of the district attorney. DA Mitch Sperry is holding a public meeting next Monday to answer...

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Indecency With a Child

Updated: 09/09/2004 - 9-9-04 - A Fannin County judge sentenced a Fort Worth man to 15 years in prison this week for indecent contact with a child. Nathan Lee Clark was living with a Dodd City family at the time.

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Bonham State Bank Robbed

Updated: 09/09/2004 - 9-09-04 - A man with a penciled-in beard robbed the Bonham State Bank on Highway 78 just before 10 a.m. No weapon was used during the robbery and the suspect fled on foot...

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Lawmakers Vote to Impeach Fisher

Updated: 09/09/2004 - 9-9-04 - State Insurance Commissioner Carroll Fisher repeated his vow not to resign after he watched the state House of Representatives impeach him today. The House impeached Fisher for corruption, neglect of duty and incompetence.

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Woman Shot; Suspect Hurt Fleeing Scene

Updated: 09/09/2004 - 9-9-04 – Johnston County Sheriff’s Deputies say a man suspected of shooting a woman is now in critical condition after a motorcycle accident early Thursday morning. A driver spotted Jerry Lee McKinney lying in a ditch around 9am.

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Military Records Questioned

Updated: 09/09/2004 - 9-9-04 - President Bush stumps in Pennsylvania Thursday as the dispute over his National Guard service flares anew. The White House is shrugging off newly released documents from the Texas Air National Guard...

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Local Coach in Hospital - Serious Illness

Updated: 09/09/2004 - 9-8-04 - A beloved football coach in Texoma is battling for his life after falling ill last week. Jim Dixon coached his Sulphur Bulldogs to a win, but was later diagnosed with encephalitis...

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Sex Ed Battle in Texas

Updated: 09/08/2004 - 9-8-04 - The debate over sex education is heating up in Texas, and local schools are taking a stand. The state is getting ready to adopt a new textbook, which would teach contraception.

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DFW Impacted by Delta Cuts

Updated: 09/08/2004 - 9-8-04 - Delta's money-saving retreat from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport will reduce passenger choices at one of the nation's busiest airports. Airport officials say Delta's move will reduce overall DFW departures by 21 percent...

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Sherman Airman Exhumed

Updated: 09/08/2004 - 9-8-04 – The body of a Sherman veteran was exhumed from a Grayson County gravesite Wednesday morning. Air Force Master Sergeant, Luther Rose, was missing in action for 38 years...

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TX/OK Soldiers Casualties of War

Updated: 09/08/2004 - 9-8-04 - The Pentagon says a Texas National Guard soldier was killed in action in Iraq Monday. Another Texas Army Private died Sunday; bringing the Iraq combat death toll of Texas soldiers to at least 79.

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On-line Auctions Offer Local Options

Updated: 09/07/2004 - 9-7-04 - An alternative to E-Bay is now available to local shoppers in the Texoma area. The CityWideAuction.com network has on-line shopping sites available exclusively to people who live in...

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New Sherman Logo - RetroPlex

Updated: 09/07/2004 - 9-7-04 - The city of Sherman has a new slogan. A marketing agency spent months of research and testing and on Tuesday the city council unveiled the new slogan – RetroPlex.

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Ardmore Schools Looking for $$$ Advance

Updated: 09/07/2004 - 9-7-04 - The Ardmore School District has an answer to overcrowding at their elementary classes – an advance on a city sales tax set aside for local districts.

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Tenth Trailer Stolen

Updated: 09/07/2004 - 9-07-04 - Trailer thieves have struck again, along the I-35 corridor. Someone stole a trailer from the Comfort Inn in Ardmore about 3:00 a.m. Monday morning. The cargo trailer and all the items inside were worth over $11,000.

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Good Samaritan Helps Accident Victims

Updated: 09/07/2004 - 9-07-04 – Four people including a teenager were taken to the hospital Tuesday morning after a two car wreck on Highway 91 in Denison. The car caught fire, but bystanders used fire extinguishers to help put out the flames.

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Five Soldiers Killed in Iraq

Updated: 09/07/2004 - 9-07-04 - The American military says since mid-day Monday, five soldiers have been killed in Iraq. One of the latest fatalities occurred in a Baghdad slum where American troops clashed with followers of a radical cleric.

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Accident Claims Brother/Sister

Updated: 09/09/2004 - 9-8-04 – A labor day accident that killed a 14 year old Ector Cheerleader has also taken the life of her little brother. Late Tuesday night, 6-year-old Brazos Baker was taken off of life support. He remains on a ventilator Wednesday...

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Child Makes Explosives

Updated: 09/06/2004 - 9-6-04- The mother of a 9 year old Ardmore boy says she is concerned that her son was able to make homemade bombs, then set them off in a neighborhood field. In fact, she called the police and turned him in herself.

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Clinton Recovery Going "Very Well"

Updated: 09/07/2004 - 9-07-04 - Former President Clinton has been taken off a respirator and is breathing on his own after having quadruple bypass surgery. Doctors say his arteries were so severely clogged that they posed an imminent danger of a major heart attack. A member of Clinton's surgery team says everything is going "very well."

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Man Charged in Shooting

Updated: 09/06/2004 - 9-06-04 - Adolph Payne Junior is in the Carter County Jail, being charged with shooting with the intent to kill. Police in Ardmore say he shot at a woman while she was walking into her mother's home on Park Street Southeast Sunday morning at around eleven.

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