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Cyber Check-up for Local Parents

Updated: 08/26/2004 - 8-26-04 - Parents in at least two local school districts won’t have to keep up with their child’s report cards any longer – both Ardmore and Denison districts will let parents check grades on-line.

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Seeing a Difference - Cameras on Buses

Updated: 08/26/2004 - 8-26-04 - Bus drivers in the Ardmore school district now have an extra eye to watch students with – video cameras have been installed in every bus. In less than two weeks, they’re already...

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Pattern of Trailer Thefts on I-35

Updated: 08/26/2004 - 8-26-04 - A string of trailer thefts across southern Oklahoma now includes a Marietta business, which fell victim to thieves last night. Someone cut a chain lock on an 18 ft enclosed trailer at...

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Cleaning up Dirty Dumpsites

Updated: 08/26/2004 - 8-26-04 - Illegal dumpsites in Grayson County are a growing problem, but the Sherman police department could soon help defray the workload of dealing with the problem.

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Student Injured in School Parking Lot

Updated: 08/26/2004 - 8-26-04 – A Sherman High School athlete was injured on the way to track practice Thursday morning. Police say the student had just been dropped off in front of the school in the north parking lot by her boyfriend when he pulled forward and hit her.

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Changes to Gun Laws

Updated: 08/26/2004 - 8-26-04 - Oklahoma's gun laws will change on November 1st. That's when a new law takes effect that says employers can't stop workers with gun permits from keeping a gun in their cars at work.

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Man Convicted for Deadly Prank

Updated: 08/26/2004 - 8-26-04 - An oil worker has been convicted of manslaughter in the death of another young oil-rig worker at a Denton County oil rig. A Denton jury found 38 year old Louis Goodman of Ponder guilty in the death of 23 year old Shawn Davis.

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Edwards Stumps in Oklahoma

Updated: 08/26/2004 - 8-26-04 - Vice presidential candidate John Edwards promises to bring tax relief to the middle class and accelerate the war on terror during a campaign stop in Oklahoma. Edwards visited the state Wednesday night...

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14 Months Later - Manslaughter Indictment

Updated: 08/26/2004 - 8-25-04 - A Grayson County grand jury indicted a Denison teenager for involuntary manslaughter. It comes 14 months to the day after Justin Clarke ran down 16-year-old Katie Zirges as she crossed FM 1417.

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Prison Proposal in Fannin County

Updated: 08/25/2004 - 8-25-04 - Overcrowded prisons in Texas could spell big business for Fannin County. A county leaders is proposing that the state build a new maximum security prison to house an overflow of inmates.

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Marijuana Ring Shut Down in Ardmore

Updated: 08/25/2004 - 8-25-04 - Three people are behind bars in Ardmore – part of what police call a marijuana distribution ring. Authorities say it was the result of two years of surveillance.

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Football Player Wins Cancer Battle

Updated: 08/25/2004 - 8-25-04 - The Friday night football kickoff this week will mean a bit more to a Pilot Point teenager. Tyler Lane will watch this season from the sideline - a season some people thought he'd never see.

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Another Rollover Raises Road Concerns

Updated: 08/25/2004 - 8-25-04 - A flat bed truck hauling an 800-gallon water tank rolled over on County Line Road south of Ardmore Tuesday, raising concerns that the stretch of road is a hazard.

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OK Ranks 25th in Drunk Driving Deaths

Updated: 08/25/2004 - 8-25-04 - Oklahoma ranks 25th in the nation in drunk driving deaths, while Texas took the top spot with more than 1,700 fatalities in 2003. The study comes from the federal government...

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Truck Driver Survives Explosion

Updated: 08/25/2004 - 8-25-04 – An explosion in Madill rocked area businesses, but authorities say no one was hurt. A truck exploded at the Sooner Propane Building at 7:45am Wednesday. The driver of the truck was under the vehicle doing repairs...

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Insurance Rates May Drop

Updated: 08/25/2004 - 8-25-04 - More homeowner’s insurance rate reductions may be in store for Texas policy holders. A state insurance consumer advocate has told lawmakers that insurance companies are on track to earn their highest profit since 1999.

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Woman Arrested in Stabbing

Updated: 08/25/2004 - 8-25-04 – A women in Paris, Texas has been arrested for the stabbing of another female. Wednesday night, officers were called to the Westgate Apartments in the six hundred block of Northwest 7th Street.

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Homes Demolished, Rebuilt in Ardmore

Updated: 08/24/2004 - 8-24-04 - A city-run program in Ardmore is tearing down homes, but rebuilding them at no cost to the owners. This week, they chose five more homes for the program, aimed at cleaning up...

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Election Results in State, Local Races

Updated: 08/25/2004 - 8-24-04 - Love County resident Terry Hyman won the democratic nomination for District 49 State Represenative Tuesday. Meanwhile, three school districts saw mixed results on school bond issues.

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New Turf for Two Districts

Updated: 08/24/2004 - 8-24-04 - As Friday night football kicks off in Texas this week, two schools will have a change of scenery on their own field. Denison and Celina both switched to articial turf this summer.

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Semi-Truck Lands in River

Updated: 08/24/2004 - 8-24-04 - A sleepy truck driver woke up in the waters of the Blue River Tuesday morning, after his tractor-trailer ran off US 69/75 north of Durant. Amazingly, the man survived the wreck and...

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Governor Marks New Industry Opening

Updated: 08/24/2004 - 8-24-04 - Sherman's newest industry officially opened its doors Tuesday. Certainteed, an insulation manufacturer, has taken over an industrial center that stood idle for four years.

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Health Care Money Issued

Updated: 08/24/2004 - 8-24-04 - The Legislative Budget Board has approved 591 million dollars to be used for health and human services programs for the poor. It means the state is eligible for 860 million dollars in federal funds for a total of 1.5 billion in new healthcare spending.

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Funeral for Murdered Deacon Today

Updated: 08/24/2004 - 8-24-04 – The funeral for a well-known Konowa butcher and Church Deacon will be held Tuesday afternoon. Sixty one year old Silas Price Junior was shot twice in the head Thursday afternoon at his home.

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School Bus Safety Tested

Updated: 08/24/2004 - 8-24-04 – The Federal Government is looking into the safety of a nearly thirty year old design for school buses. In new crash tests, buses are shown to have some weaknesses in side impact and rollover accidents.

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