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Local Soldier "Home for the Holidays"

Updated: 04/04/2004 - 04-04-04- More than a year ago, the Mutz family of Sherman tied a yellow ribbon on a tree in front of their home, hoping for the safe return of their soldier son from Iraq. Sunday, their prayers were answered.

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Denison Mother Killed in Hit and Run

Updated: 04/04/2004 - 04-03-04- A 37-year-old Denison mother was killed in a hit and run accident Saturday afternoon. Police say alcohol played a factor in the accident and the suspect will likely be charged with intoxicated manslaughter.

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Home Burns, Family Dog Killed

Updated: 04/03/2004 - 04-03-04- A family of four is homeless after a fire in Marietta Saturday morning ripped through their home. The fire started in a back bedroom of the home, where authorities say a child was playing with matches or a cigarette lighter.

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Student Killed in Crash, Remembered

Updated: 04/03/2004 - 04-03-04- Today, friends, teammates, and total strangers came together to remember a young lady who touched many lives. Katherine Ewig was the 16 year old Denison junior who was killed on Valentine's Day when the car she was riding in plunged into icy water.

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4th Paris Homicide Since January

Crime Beat

Updated: 04/02/2004 - 04-02-04 - Paris police are investigating the death of a 59 year old man found in an alley. The victim was found this morning when officers answered a 911 call.

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Anniversary of Deadly Tornado in Paris

Posted: 04/02/2004 - 4-2-04 - On April 2, 1982, Texoma saw one of the worst tornadoes to ever hit the area. A twister classified as an F-4, tore through Paris, Texas, killing 11 people and injuring nearly 200.

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Cockfighting Outlawed, But Not Enforced

Updated: 04/01/2004 - 4-1-04 - Cockfighting, and raising game birds, is now illegal in all of Oklahoma, but don’t expect the law to be enforced anytime soon. And the wait is proving to be painful for neighbors in...

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Caught on Tape - Woman Attacked in Parking Lot

Updated: 04/01/2004 - 4-1-04 - An attempted abduction was caught on tape outside the Durant Walmart on Friday. Surveillance video shows a man in a red shirt following the woman and her six month old child...

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Nichols & McVeigh Tied to Fuel, Fertilizer Buys

Updated: 04/01/2004 - 4-1-04 - Witnesses in the murder trial of bombing conspirator Terry Nichols testified Thursday about racing fuel and storage sheds. Prosecutors focused on what they say were efforts

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Sunny Delight Sold

Updated: 04/01/2004 - 04-01-04 - Employees at the Sherman Procter & Gamble plant learned this morning that the Sunny Delight juice drink line has been sold. However, the majority of employees will get to keep their jobs with the new owner.

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Anhyrdrous Ammonia Theft - Explosive Problem

Updated: 03/31/2004 - 3-31-04 - Methamphetamine is one of the most dangerous drugs in America, but a by-product used to make it is becoming more and more of a hazard in rural Texoma.

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Folgers Employees Await Meeting & Answers

Updated: 03/31/2004 - 3-31-04 - Signs of change are in the air for one of Texoma's largest employers. Employees at Sherman’s Folgers Plant have been called to a mandatory meeting on Wednesday morning.

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Testimony Connects Nichols to Bomb Tools

Updated: 03/31/2004 - 3-31-04 - A retired FBI agent testified today that a drill bit found in the home of Oklahoma City bombing conspirator Terry Nichols was used on a padlock at a rock quarry where explosives were stolen.

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Cockfighting on the Ropes - Court Upholds Ban

Updated: 03/30/2004 - 3-30-04 - The days of cockfighting in Southern Oklahoma could be over. On Tuesday, the state Supreme Court ruled that the ban on the bloodsport is constitutional.

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Meth Bill Clears Hurdle - Impacts Cold Tablets

Updated: 03/30/2004 - 3-30-04 - A bill to allow only pharmacies to sell cold tablets that contain pseudoephedrine is heading to the governor. The bill was passed by the House Tuesday.

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Armed Robbery - Suspects Conceal Identity Using T-Shirts

Updated: 03/30/2004 - 03-30-04 – Ardmore police are looking for two men who burst into an apartment early this morning with semi-automatic pistols wearing blue t-shirts over their heads with the eyes cut out.

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Suspect In Triple Murder Arraigned

Updated: 03/30/2004 - 3-30-04 - On Monday night, 21 year old Andre Thomas was arraigned and his bond set at 1 million dollars. Thomas is charged with one count of capital murder for the stabbing death of his estranged wife Laura.

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New Life for Old Plant? - Company Tours J&J

Posted: 03/30/2004 - 3-30-04 - An interested buyer has put Sherman's Johnson & Johnson plant on its short list. The company, which has not been named, toured the facility last week.

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Ardmore Children Find Loaded Gun

Updated: 03/29/2004 - 3-29-04 - Three young children found a loaded handgun in an Ardmore neighborhood on Sunday. The children were playing outside a home on E Street Northwest when they found the .25 caliber handgun.

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Thomas Arrested - New Details in Brutal Killings

Updated: 03/29/2004 - 3-29-04 - A Sherman man is in jail, awaiting arraignment for the most horrific crime in Sherman in more than a decade. Police accuse Andre Thomas of the stabbing and mutilation of his wife, and her two children.

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Protecting Children - Special Prosecutor for CAC

Updated: 03/29/2004 - 3-29-04 - The Children's Advocacy Center in Sherman has helped more victims than the number of days they've been open. Now thanks to some help from a local prosecutor, they could...

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