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Pro Driving Course Revs Up in Texoma

Updated: 07/16/2004 - 7-16-04 - Drivers were learning how to push their cars to the limit today at Grayson County Airport – part of an Auto-cross driving school. Sponsored by Evolution Performance Driving, for an entry fee...

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Woman Fights Off Attacker in Sherman

Updated: 07/16/2004 - 7-16-04 - A woman in Sherman fought off an attacker outside her home Thursday night. It happened on Binkley Street in Sherman just after midnight, when the woman stepped off her back porch.

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Ardmore Woman Killed in Afternoon Accident

Updated: 07/16/2004 - 7-16-04 - An Ardmore woman was killed in a two-vehicle accident at the Sunset and Broadway intersection Friday afternoon. Police say Clara Richards, 43, was a passenger in a car that failed to yield.

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Embezzlement Charges for Calera Woman

Updated: 07/16/2004 - 7-16-04 - A Calera woman faces federal charges of embezzling from the Choctaw Nation, after authorities say she tried to steal $120,000, including attempting to charge Sugar Bowl tickets on her boss' credit card.

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Martha Stewart Sentenced

Updated: 07/16/2004 - 07-16-04 - Martha Stewart has been sentenced to five months in prison, five months of home confinement and fined $30,000 for lying about a stock sale. Just before her sentence was pronounced, Stewart asked the judge to, "Remember all the good I have done."

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No Way - Clerk Refuses Armed Robber

Updated: 07/16/2004 - 07-16-04 - Ardmore police are searching for a suspect in a botched armed robbery. Police say a man walked into the Love’s Truck Stop on I-35 and 12th Street Northwest at around 2:50am Friday morning.

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Horse Rescue Fails in Durant

Posted: 07/15/2004 - 7-15-04 - Several attempts to rescue horses thought to be abandoned in Durant were thwarted Thursday, when a man claiming to be their owner showed up and led them away. The act outraged...

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Woman's Journey Has Powerful Message

Posted: 07/15/2004 - 7-15-04 - A sexual abuse survivor making a 3,000 miles bicycle ride rolled through Texoma on Thursday. Jacqueline Gordon is sharing her story with whoever will listen, in hopes of making people more...

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New Weapon for Sherman Police

Updated: 07/15/2004 - 7-15-04 - Sherman police have a new attention-getter for bad guys. It looks like a paintball gun, but this pepperball gun has a much different affect. The balls explode on impact - having the same debilitating...

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Thieves Target Texoma Parkway Business Again

Updated: 07/15/2004 - 7-15-04 - Burglars hit a Sherman tractor supply business on Texoma Parkway Wednesday night – gaining access by cutting through a fence. It happened right next door to the KXII studios.

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Mazzant Named to Texas Appeals Court

Updated: 07/15/2004 - 7-15-04 - A former candidate for 15th District Judge in Grayson County will now serve on the 5th District Appeals Court in Texas. Governor Rick Perry has named Amos Mazzant to the post.

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New Company, Jobs Coming to Denison

Updated: 07/15/2004 - 7-15-04 - The Denison City Council signed off on Project Beth on Thursday – an incentive package that will bring Florestone manufacturing to the city’s industrial park. Florestone manufactures...

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Justice Waits for McKinney Victims

Updated: 07/15/2004 - 7-15-04 - McKinney police today dropped capital murder charges against three men in the March shooting deaths of four people - including two high school football players.

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Loy Lake Intersection set to Open

Updated: 07/15/2004 - 7-15-04 - Good news for Sherman drivers – the Peyton and Loy Lake intersection will open Friday morning at 9am. It was closed on June 1st for a complete street makeover, causing...

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Fire Destroys Family's Home

Updated: 07/15/2004 - 07-15-04 – A Grayson County family has been left homeless after a fire ripped through their house late Wednesday night. Firefighters got the call at 11:45pm...

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Water Blast - Spray Park Debuts in Sherman

Posted: 07/14/2004 - 7-14-04 - Kids of all ages now have a new way to stay cool this summer in Sherman. The city debuted their new spray ground, or splash park, at Hawn Park on Wednesday. The play area has...

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Justice Served - Brothers Guilty in Ayers Shooting

Posted: 07/14/2004 - 7-14-04 - A jury found two Love County brothers guilty of six felony counts related to the shooting that critically injured a young boy in April of 2003. The jury also recommended dozens of years in prison for both men.

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Fire Ruled Arson at Cartwright Restaurant

Updated: 07/14/2004 - 7-14-04 - The Oklahoma State Fire Marshal has ruled the second of two fires at a local steakhouse as arson. Naifeh's Steakhouse in Cartwright suffered two fires in just nine days in late June...

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Store Owner Fights Off Armed Robber

Updated: 07/14/2004 - 7-14-04 - An elderly store owner fought back against an armed robber Tuesday night in Ardmore. Howard McMahon, 68, wrestled a gun away from a man a third of his age inside a convenience store.

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Bomb Explodes Near Crisis Shelter

Posted: 07/13/2004 - 7-13-04 - A Durant man was arrested Tuesday morning and charged with detonating an acetylene bomb outside the local women’s crisis shelter. The bomb exploded inside a dumpster late Saturday night...

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Brothers on Trial for Shooting Boy

Updated: 07/13/2004 - 7-13-04 - The case of two Love County brothers on trial for shooting with the intent to kill will go the jury for deliberation on Wednesday morning. Tuesday marked day two of the trial of...

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Library Funds Will Not Be Cut

Updated: 07/14/2004 - 7-14-04 – A Grayson County Commissioners Court ruled Wednesday that libraries in Grayson County will continue to receive the same amount of funding, despite worries of budget cuts.

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Female Suspect Arrested in Bank Robbery

Updated: 07/13/2004 - 7-13-04 - Ardmore police have arrested a prime suspect in the July 1st armed robbery of a local bank that involved a masked woman. They say Cindy Baxter, 38, admitted to authorities that she robbed the...

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Suspected Militant Surrenders to Saudis

Updated: 07/13/2004 - 07-13-04 (AP - RIYADH, Saudi Arabia) A wanted al-Qaida militant said to have fought alongside Osama bin Laden in Afghanistan turned himself in to Saudi diplomats in Iran and was flown to the kingdom Tuesday, the most prominent figure to surrender under an amnesty, the Interior Ministry said.

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Former Cop Convicted of Excessive Force

Updated: 07/14/2004 - 7-14-04 – A Sherman federal jury convicted a former Colbert police officer of one count of excessive force on Wednesday, three months after another jury couldn’t reach a verdict.

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