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Flyer Celebrates 5 Years

Updated: 06/14/2004 - 6-14-04 - Amtrak’s Heartland Flyer celebrated its 5th anniversary in Texoma Monday. Passenger rail service returned to Oklahoma on June 14th, 1999, after a 20 year absence. But its future in the area remains in doubt.

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Dormitory Torn Down at Austin College

Updated: 06/14/2004 - 6-14-04 - Contractors began demolishing a piece of Sherman history Monday. Austin College is tearing down Luckett Hall – two years after concerns of black mold forced it to be shut down.

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Car Crashes into Home; One Person Killed

Updated: 06/14/2004 - 06-14-04 - One person has been killed and another critically injured after their car crashed into a home in Paris Sunday night. According to police, a car speeding in the 2700 block of Hubbard Street crashed into a house.

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Car Bombings Kill Several In Baghdad

Updated: 06/14/2004 - 06-14-04 - The US military says car bombing in Baghdad killed an American, two British citizens, a French citizen and another foreigner Monday. Iraqi police say a second car bomb went off southeast of town, killing four people.

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Gas Prices Falling At Last

Updated: 06/14/2004 - 06-14-04 - For the first time this year, gas prices are heading in the direction most of us would prefer: down. The bimonthly Lundberg survey shows the national average price has dropped 6.5 cents, to $2.40 per gallon.

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Long-Time Business Damaged by Fire

Updated: 06/13/2004 - 6-13-04- A long-time Denison business owner is cleaning up Sunday after fire nearly destroyed his tire shop on Main Street. The fire started just before 10:00 a.m. but investigators are still trying to determine the cause.

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Three Injured in Car Vs. Train Accident

Updated: 06/13/2004 - 6-13-04- Three men were injured Saturday night when their car crashed into the side of an Amtrak train in Gainesville. Police believe the driver of the car might have been trying to beat the train across the tracks when he ran through the railroad crossing gates.

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House Explodes, Man Found Dead Inside

Updated: 06/12/2004 - 6-12-04- Authorities are investigating a bizarre house explosion in Pushmataha County. Earlier this week, a home in Tuskahoma exploded and collapsed and when authorities arrived, they found a man's body inside.

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No Death Penalty for Nichols

Updated: 06/11/2004 - 6-11-04 - Terry Nichols will not be put to death in Oklahoma, after a jury deadlocked in his capital murder trial in McAlester. The deadlock came after 20 hours of deliberation.

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Antique Air Show Flying to Gainesville

Updated: 06/11/2004 - 6-11-04 - Aviation history is taking flight in the skies over Texoma this weekend. Hundreds of antique airplanes are descending on Gainesville for 42nd annual antique air show.

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Local Sailor Part of Reagan's Funeral

Updated: 06/11/2004 - 6-11-04 - A local man played a crucial role in the state funeral of former President Ronald Reagan. Bode Beamon serves as a member of the ceremonial guard and was one of the servicemen who carried Reagan’s casket Friday in Washington, D.C.

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Nation Bids Farewell to Ronald Reagan

Updated: 06/11/2004 - 06-11-04 - Mourners turned out early Friday morning for one last chance to pay their respects to former President Ronald Reagan before the funeral. All week, visitors have lined up by the thousands in stifling heat, waiting for hours to file by the flag-draped coffin.

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Gas War Causes Price Drop in Paris

Updated: 06/11/2004 - 6-10-04 - Frustration over high gas prices showed in Paris, Texas Thursday as hundreds of people lined up to reap the benefits of a gas war.

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Sherman Sued Over Trash Petition

Posted: 06/10/2004 - 6-10-04 - A commercial trash company is suing the city of Sherman – another step in a dispute over the city’s plan to take over commercial trash service.

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Ray Charles Dies at 73

Updated: 06/10/2004 - 6-10-04 - The man who brought several music styles together has passed away. Ray Charles died Thursday of liver disease at the age of 73. His legacy will be remembered in rock, blues, soul and country music.

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Lone Star Quarter Unveiled

Updated: 06/10/2004 - 6-10-04 - State leaders unveiled the Texas commemorative quarter Thursday in Austin. It is the 28th in the series of state coins minted as a way to honor the 50 states.

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Deadly Accident; Slick Roads to Blame

Updated: 06/10/2004 - 06-10-04 - A combination of slick roads and high speeds killed one person and injured two others in Whitewright Thursday morning.

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Flag Controversy? Fire Chief Says 'No'

Updated: 06/09/2004 - 6-9-04 - Most everywhere you look this week, the American flag is flying at half-staff in remembrance of former President Ronald Reagan. But some concerned Sherman citizens have been wondering...

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Flooding a Concern in Texoma

Updated: 06/09/2004 - 6-9-04 - Most of Texoma is under a flash flood watch, and in some areas, water is already clogging roads and creeks. Nearly 48 hours of rain is turning dangerous from Ardmore to Gainesville and...

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Sherman Doctor Pleads Guilty to Obscenity

Updated: 06/09/2004 - 6-9-04 - A Sherman physician pled guilty in a Grayson County courtroom Wednesday to a felony count of obscenity – two months after he was charged with sex crimes against children.

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Preparations Underway for Funeral Service

Ronald Reagan

Updated: 06/09/2004 - 06-9-04 - Preparations are under way to take former President Reagan's casket on a cross-country journey. A black Cadillac hearse arrived at the Reagan library in Simi Valley, California, where the former president's body has been lying in repose.

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Suicide Among Elderly Men on the Rise

Updated: 06/09/2004 - 06-9-04 - Authorities have confirmed a murder suicide took the lives of an elderly couple in Whitesboro. 88 year old James Melton and 84 year old Imogene Melton were found dead in their home on Friday.

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Falling Concrete Kills Texas Driver

Updated: 06/08/2004 - 6-8-04 - A bizarre accident along I-35 in Garvin County has claimed the life of a Texas woman. Yvonna Osborn of Irving was killed when a chunk on concrete fell from an overpass and crashed through...

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Suspicious Explosion Burns Ardmore Woman

Updated: 06/08/2004 - 6-8-04 - Firefighters say an explosion at an Ardmore house is suspicious. Flames erupted at the home on the corner of O and 11th Streets just after noon Tuesday, leaving one woman in critical condition.

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