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The Backyard Buzz...Killer Bees?

Posted: 05/30/2004 - 5-30-04- A Fannin County family is recovering Sunday after one of their family dogs was killed by a swarm of bees. A local bee keeper says the attack is serious and could be a sign that killer bees are in the area.

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Apartments Evacuated, Storm Damage

Posted: 05/30/2004 - 5-30-04- High winds, heavy rain, and nickel-sized hail forced some folks in Paris to be evacuated from ther homes Sunday. Police say damage to the roof of the One Oak Place apartments forced management to evacuate about 50 people from the complex.

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City Honors Founder, Veterans

Updated: 05/29/2004 - 5-29-04- Colonel William Savoy was a Civil War veteran who founded the city of Savoy in Grayson County. Today, several generations of his family were on hand for the dedication of a wall commemorating the Savoy family history.

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National WW II Memorial

Updated: 05/29/2004 - 5-29-04- President Bush, speaking on Washington's Mall for the dedication of the World War Two memorial, calls it "a fitting tribute -- open and expansive like America."

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Crosses Honor Fallen Soldiers

Updated: 05/28/2004 - 5-28-04 A new generation of soldiers being honored in Cooke County this Memorial Holiday. It’s a powerful sight seen by those driving Highway 82 in Lindsay, Texas.

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Gas Prices Crimping Some Holiday Plans

Updated: 05/28/2004 - 5-28-04 Motorists are facing higher gasoline prices this Memorial Day holiday weekend. Gas prices have reached a record dollar-93 per gallon for self-serve regular in Texas. Triple-A Texas predicts about three-point-two (M) million Texans will hit the road this weekend.

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Madill Police Chief Resigns

Updated: 05/27/2004 - 5-27-04 - The city of Madill is searching for a new police chief – for the second time in 2 years. Robert Hicks turned in his letter of resignation yesterday, which is effective immediately.

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Planned Parenthood Could Draw Protestors

Updated: 05/28/2004 - 5-27-04 - Planned Parenthood will open an office in Sherman next month, but they could be met with an organized protest outside.

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Car Drives Off Denison Dam

Updated: 05/27/2004 - 05-27-04 - A Denison man is in the hospital after he drove off the Denison Dam early Thursday morning. Roger King was flown by Lifestar to Parkland Hospital in Dallas in serious condition.

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Denison Murder Unsolved Since 1988

Updated: 11/16/2004 - 5-26-04 - A Grayson County murder has haunted law enforcement for 16 years, but investigators still have hope that someone can help them find justice for Theresa Guidubaldi.

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OKC Bombing Victims React to Verdict

Updated: 05/26/2004 - 05-26-04 - 05-26-04 - (McAlester, Oklahoma-AP) -- A woman whose husband was killed in the Oklahoma City bombing says she's "thrilled" that Terry Nichols was convicted of state murder charges.

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Hit and Run: Driver Calls for A Getaway Car

Updated: 05/27/2004 - 05-26-04 - Several local law enforcement agencies have joined forces to search for a driver involved in a hit and run accident in Sherman Wednesday morning.

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Security Chief: No Need to Raise Alert Status

Updated: 05/26/2004 - 05-26-04 - The nation's Homeland Security chief says there's no need to raise the nation's alert status, despite new information about a terror threat against the US.

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Accident Victim Still Unidentified

Updated: 05/25/2004 - 5-25-04 - A man run down and killed on US highway 75/69 Monday night has still not been identified. The accident happened around 9pm near the overpass of Arkansas Street.

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Family Offers Reward for Missing Ardmore Man

Updated: 05/25/2004 - 5-25-04 - An Ardmore man who suffers from a mild mental handicap has been missing for two weeks. Shirron Ellis, 27, was last seen at his home on Northwest 9th St on May 13th.

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Closing Arguments In Nichols Defense

Updated: 05/25/2004 - 05-25-04 - Terry Nichols defense attorneys are leaving jurors with one last thought in their closing statement: remember the witnesses who saw Timothy McVeigh with other men just days before the bombing.

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SBC Workers Strike Deal

Updated: 05/25/2004 - 05-25-04 - A tentative agreement has been reached between SBC Communications and the Communications Workers of America. Negotiators reached a proposed five-year deal early this morning; just hours after a four day strike came to a close.

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Church Burns One Night After Break-in

Updated: 05/25/2004 - 05-25-04 - Fire broke out at The People’s Holiness Church in Bokchito Monday night - less than 24 hours after a thief broke a window and stole a bag of clothes. Tonight we know the fire was accidental.

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VA Principal Out After Biblical References

Updated: 05/25/2004 - 5-24-04 - After two months of controversy, the Van Alstyne school board has ended the employment of the elementary school principal.

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Pedestrian Hit on 75/69 in Durant

Updated: 05/25/2004 - 5-25-04 – A pedestrian was hit and killed by a semi-truck just before 9:00pm Monday night. The man was walking north along highway 69/75 near the Arkansas Street overpass in Durant.

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Local Man Facing Deportation

Updated: 05/25/2004 - 5-24-04 - Immigration policies enacted in the months after the 9-11 attacks may now prevent a Madill man from staying with his adopted family in Texoma.

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Scholarships in Honor of Local Teen

Updated: 05/25/2004 - 05-24-04 - Beverly Taylor died at the age of 16 after catching the flu, but today her mother made sure that her dream stayed alive. Shawnda McGinnis began handing out scholarships in her daughter’s memory and her favorite pastime.

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