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Smart, Perry Promote DNA Kits

Updated: 09/22/2004 - 9-22-04 - Governor Rick Perry is urging Texas parents to use child identification kits designed to help police identify missing youngsters. Perry was joined by Ed Smart, the father of Elizabeth Smart.

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Runner-up for Local Contestant

Updated: 09/21/2004 - 9-21-04 - Durant's Michael Ellis finished a summer-long journey towards fame and fortune just short of the ultimate goal. The man known as 'Cowboy' narrowly missed winning $500,000 on Big Brother 5.

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Former Senator Stipe Recovering

Updated: 09/21/2004 - 9-21-04 - Former state Senator Gene Stipe is recovering from an apparent stroke. A family spokesman says 77-year-old Stipe suffered a stroke yesterday during a ceremony at Rogers State University.

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Trucker Charged, Victims Named

Updated: 09/22/2004 - 9-21-04 – The ten people who died in a fiery three-vehicle wreck just south of Sherman have been identified. The driver of the semi-truck is in the Grayson County Jail. Miroslaw Jozwiak is being held on a $2 million bond...

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CBS Admits Mistake, KXII Viewers Respond

Updated: 09/20/2004 - 9-20-04 - It's an embarrassing admission for CBS on a big story. The network admits it can't be sure it's story on the President's guard service is entirely accurate.

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Prominent Geologist Remembered

Updated: 09/20/2004 - 9-20-04 - A memorial service will be Saturday for long-time Oklahoma geologist and art benefactor James Max Westheimer senior. He was a founding trustee for the Charles B. Goddard Center. Westheimer was born in Marietta...

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Fire Destroys Lake Home

Updated: 09/20/2004 - 9-20-04 – West Bryan County Volunteer firefighters spent two hours early Monday morning putting out a house fire that caused around $50,000 in damages. A two story cabin on Newberry Creek road caught fire at around 3:30 a.m.

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Second Suspect in Pipe Bomb Incident

Updated: 09/19/2004 - 9-19-04- Sherman police have arrested a 2nd suspect they believe helped make the pipe bombs found in downtown Sherman last week. 28 year old Christopher Paul Jones of Goldsby, Oklahoma was...

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Suspect in Hit and Run Death Charged

Updated: 09/22/2004 - 9-22-04 - A man accused of causing the death of an East Central University football player now faces a murder charge and is to make his first court appearance Wednesday. Ammon Reich of Konawa faces one count of first-degree murder...

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Worker Injured at Construction Site

Updated: 09/18/2004 - 9-18-04- An employee at the Federal Express construction site was injured in Sherman Saturday when his arm was caught in a conveyer belt at the plant behind the old Johnson and Johnson building in Sherman.

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Buying Bullet Proof K-9 Vests

Updated: 09/19/2004 - 9-18-04- A local woman is on a mission to protect "man's best friend" in the line of duty. Angela Reed is determined all K-9 police dogs in Grayson County have bullet-proof vests, just like their human counterparts.

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Man Escapes Burning Truck

Updated: 09/18/2004 - 9-18-04- A man escaped from a burning truck along a county road in Southmayd Saturday afternoon. Authorities say the man lost control on the road and flipped his vehicle before it caught fire. He was able to crawl to safety and call for help.

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Trucker "Person of Interest" in Murders

Updated: 09/18/2004 - 9-18-04- Nebraska officials say a truck driver suspected of beating and raping an Oklahoma City woman is a "person of interest" in a string of homicides in six states. Ten woman have been murdered at truck stops in six states since July 2003.

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Jamie Foxx at Sherman Game

Updated: 09/17/2004 - 9-17-04 - The stars were out at Sherman’s football game Friday night. Jamie Foxx showed up in a limousine on the Terrell sidelines. The movie star and comedian is a Terrell alumnus...

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4th ID General Has Local Ties

Updated: 09/17/2004 - 9-17-04 - A man who grew up in Marietta, Oklahoma is now in charge of one of the Army’s largest fighting forces. Major General James Thurman took over the Army’s 4th Infantry Division this summer.

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Bank Robber Sketch Released

Updated: 09/17/2004 - 9-17-04 - The Bonham Police Department has released a composite sketch of the man responsible for robbing the Bonham State Bank Convenience Center in Bonham on September 9th.

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Bomb Detonated, Business Owner Arrested

Updated: 09/17/2004 - 9-17-04 - Authorities arrested a Sherman business owner Thursday night, shortly after two pipe bombs were found inside Micro Pro. A bomb squad used a remote robot to detonate the larger device.

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Power Crews To Ivan Aftermath

Updated: 09/17/2004 - 9-17-04 - About 80 volunteers from TXU Electric Delivery and 120 contractors are headed toward the Gulf Coast to assist in the aftermath of Hurricane Ivan. That's as power construction crews from Sherman leave Florida.

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Brush Fires Beware - New Truck in Ardmore

Updated: 09/16/2004 - 9-16-04 - The Ardmore fire department is now better equipped to handle rural and brush fires. The city debuted its new brush pumper truck on Thursday. The $80,000 vehicle will be used to fight...

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Pipe Bomb Explodes in Sherman

Updated: 09/16/2004 - 9-16-04 - The cause of an overnight blast in downtown Sherman has attracted the attention of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. They’re investigating what witnesses describe as...

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Bomb Threat Cancels Classes

Updated: 09/16/2004 - 9-16-04 - School officials cancelled classes at Sherman High School Thursday after an early-morning bomb threat. It happened around 7:30am, but authorities never found a bomb.

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NHL Lockout Begins, Season at Risk

Updated: 09/16/2004 - 9-16-04 - The National Hockey League owners have confirmed a lockout of players. Contract talks between the two sides have proven fruitless so far and Wednesday's announcement puts the entire 2004-2005 season in jeopardy.

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Counterfeit Cash in Ardmore

Updated: 09/15/2004 - 9-15-04 - Counterfeit money is circulating in Ardmore, and experts say other local communities could also be falling victim. The latest case was discovered at BancFirst, where a teller found two fake $100 bills.

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Campers Get Free Chicken for a Year

Updated: 09/16/2004 - 9-16-04 - 100 people spent a night waiting in line outside a local restaurant - hoping for free meals every week for one year. Thursday morning it paid off at the new Chick-Fil-A.

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Local Volunteers Heading for Ivan

Updated: 09/15/2004 - 9-15-04 - More local volunteers are heading into the path of Hurricane Ivan. 5 volunteers from Ardmore’s Salvation Army and 15 from Grayson County’s Red Cross are being dispatched...

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