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Rescue Helicopter to be Based in Ardmore

Updated: 08/20/2004 - 8-20-04 - The Southern Oklahoma Ambulance Service will become the first ground emergency service in the state to provide add a helicopter to its fleet. SOAS will use more than $1 million in grant money to...

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Teens Part of Drug Ring Bust in Carter County

Updated: 08/20/2004 - 8-20-04 - Five teenagers are suspected to be part of a major drug ring that stretched from Oklahoma City to rural Carter County. A Healdton police officer arrested the 5, ages 18 to 19, Thursday night during...

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Plant Worker Dies After Fall

Updated: 08/20/2004 - 8-20-04 – Authorities are investigating the death of an employee at the Campbell Soup plant in Paris, Texas. First responders were called to the plant at around 8am Wednesday.

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Breast Cancer Treatments Need Boost

Updated: 08/20/2004 - 8-20-04 - Health advocates in Oklahoma City are studying ways to boost breast cancer prevention and treatment efforts. Oklahoma First Lady Kim Henry told more than 100 people in Oklahoma City...

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Gas Explosion, Evacuations Ordered

Updated: 08/20/2004 - 8-20-04 - A huge flaming plume of gas from an underground gas storage site near Houston, Texas has prompted widened evacuations. Officials say everyone within a three mile radius of the facility has been ordered to leave.

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Local Volunteers Help Hurricane Victims

Updated: 08/20/2004 - 8-20-04 – The Red Cross is raising money for hurricane victims in Florida. Local volunteers will be stationed at Midway Mall in Sherman, starting Friday. Meanwhile, Florida's death toll from Hurricane Charley is now 23.

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Man Missing from Sherman for 3 Weeks

Updated: 08/19/2004 - 8-19-04 - Relatives of a Sherman man are concerned, nearly three weeks after he disappeared. Sonny Boy Medford was last seen on the afternoon of July 31st near Cherry and Elm streets in Sherman.

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Project Cool Bringing Jobs to Denison

Updated: 08/19/2004 - 8-19-04 - A longtime Denison employer will benefit from a large tax abatement and incentives package offered by the city, and provide dozens of new jobs in return. Champion Cooler, a commercial and...

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Abused Horse Update

Updated: 08/19/2004 - 8-19-04 - Authorities have located the owner of a neglected horse found east of Sherman last week. But as of now, there are no plans to file charges. Police say the man told them the horse escaped from him along the highway, and he meant to...

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More Help Needed for Grayson Charity

Updated: 08/19/2004 - 8-19-04 - A Grayson County charity that help's kids is now in need of help itself. An anonymous donor offered $50,000 to Big Brothers/Big Sisters, but the offer came with some conditions. The donor will give...

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Child Porn - Tough Sentence for Sherman Man

Updated: 08/19/2004 - 8-19-04 - A child pornography via the internet case will send a Sherman man to federal prison for 121 months. Michael Shain Bittick, 32, was arrested nearly two years ago after receiving child porn on his computer.

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OK Lotto Discussed

Updated: 08/19/2004 - 8-19-04 - Supporters and opponents of a statewide lottery squared off at a meeting of mayors from across Oklahoma. State finance director and lottery supporter Scott Meacham says critics of the lottery haven't offered any other plan to raise money for education.

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President Prepares for Convention

Updated: 08/19/2004 - 8-19-04 - President Bush is back at his Texas ranch taking a pre-convention break from the campaign trail. The president's been stumping nearly non-stop in the three weeks since the Democratic convention...

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No Vaccinations, No School

Updated: 08/19/2004 - 8-19-04 - Texas students are being turned away from school for not having their immunizations as required under a new state rule. In previous years, students had 30 days from the start of school to get immunized.

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School Lunch More Expensive

Updated: 08/19/2004 - 8-19-04 – School lunch prices are on the rise. Some Texoma school districts are increasing the prices to cover the soaring costs of milk, gas, and employee benefits. Across the nation prices are going up anywhere from a nickel to one dollar.

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GCC Opens Renovated Justice Building

Updated: 08/18/2004 - 8-18-04 - A new criminal justice building at Grayson County College means better training for tomorrow's crime fighters. The grand opening of the renovated criminal justice building at GCC will allow college...

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Fears of Serious Injury During Softball Tourney

Updated: 08/18/2004 - 8-18-04 - A friendly softball tournament took a fateful turn Tuesday night when doctors feared a player had broken her neck. During a tournament in Marietta, a Sulphur player running the bases hit a...

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$20,000 Drug Bust in Sherman

Updated: 08/19/2004 - 8-18-04 – Authorities in Sherman seized about 17 pounds of marijuana during a traffic stop on Highway 75 Tuesday evening. An Arkansas man was taken into custody after officers found the pot, which was packed into a single brick.

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Too Much Chlorine in Water

Updated: 08/18/2004 - 8-18-04 – The City of Sadler is working to clear up a problem with the town’s water supply. Residents say, for the past two weeks, their tap water looks brown, scratches their throats, burns their eyes and smells like bleach.

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OK Test Scores Up, But Still Below Average

Updated: 08/18/2004 - 8-18-04 - Oklahoma's high school seniors raise their average score on the state's most popular college entrance exam. But a report released today shows the state score is still below the national average on the ACT.

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Soldier Sues Over Extended Stay in Iraq

Updated: 08/18/2004 - 8-18-04 - For the first time, a soldier is suing the government over the program that bars him from leaving the military when his time is up. The official name is the "stop-loss" program.

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Shots Fired but Standoff Ends Peacefully

Updated: 08/18/2004 - 8-17-04 - A standoff in Marietta that began with a man running down the road firing a high-powered rifle ended peacefully Tuesday night. Love County Deputies and the Oklahoma Highway Patrol...

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Firebug Sparks 2 Arson Fires in Ardmore

Updated: 08/18/2004 - 8-17-04 - There are concerns of a firebug on the loose in Ardmore after two different arson fires overnight. Authorities suspect juveniles – what firefighters call a growing trend recently...

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More $$$ For Teacher Classrooms

Posted: 08/17/2004 - 8-17-04 - Governor Rick Perry says $3 million more will be available to reimburse teachers who use their own money to buy school supplies. Perry says the additional money comes from federal funds.

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Horse Abused and Abandoned near Sherman

Posted: 08/17/2004 - 8-17-04 - Grayson County authorities are on the lookout for a man suspected of abusing and dumping a horse alongside highway 82 east of Sherman. A witness saw a man in a newer black Ford...

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