8-21-05 - A Holdenville man is killed when the Jeep he's riding in leaves a Hughes County road and rolls over in a ditch. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says 45-year-old Charles Walston was killed shortly before 4:30 this morning...
8-19-05 - The latest special legislative session on reforming school finance gavels to a close today -- with no reforms. Governor Rick Perry has now called three special sessions on school finance - none have succeeded.
8-19-05 - The former Wapanucka police chief receives suspended sentences and fines in connection with a three-month investigation. John Bynum pleaded no contest to falsely reporting a crime...
8-17-05 - Another Southern Oklahoman school fell victim of vandals. On Tuesday, someone caused $3,000 in damage to construction equipment outside the Ardmore High School.
8-17-05 – Some Texans are taking part in a program and giving up some constitutional rights to help catch car thieves. The state created a program that gives any officer permission to stop a vehicle between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m...
8-17-05 - An Ardmore city employee is on paid leave while the city investigates $18,000 in missing auto parts from the city garage. The garage performs maintenance for up to 60 city vehicles every week.
8-17-05 - A district attorney in southern Oklahoma will also serve as a legislator for the Chickasaw Nation. Mitch Sperry narrowly defeated incumbent legislator Donna Hartman.
8-17-05 – Homebound senior citizens around Sherman rely on Meals on Wheels for a hot lunch each day, but high gas prices threaten to discourage volunteers from making those deliveries.
8-16-05 - Pit Bulls and their owners can breathe easier in Oklahoma, thanks to a ruling by the state attorney general. Drew Edmondson says local governments can not ban specific breeds from cities.
8-16-05 - The Oklahoma Farm Bureau is running radio commercials urging voters to defeat the September 13th election of a proposed fuel tax increase. The tax would add 8 cents to diesel and 5 cents to gasoline prices.
8-16-05 – Guzzling far more gas than an SUV, school buses can cost nearly $200 to fill up. Just the first week of school, Sherman ISD is already worried they’re going to be over budget on gas.
8-16-05 – Neighbors awoke with a start this morning to a house fire in Denison. What they say sounded like gunshots, followed by sparks and flames came shooting through the roof of the home at 814 Glenn Key Road.
Posted: 05/08/13 - The Sherman Public Library is very excited about our upcoming Summer Reading Club for children and teens. Children ages birth-11 can Dig into Reading and join the Youth Summer Reading Club. The theme for the Teen Summer Reading Club this year is Beneath the Surface and it is open to teens ages 12-18. Read More
Posted: 05/07/13 - DURANT, Okla. – Regent Terry Matlock will deliver remarks at Southeastern Oklahoma State University’s Spring Commencement, scheduled for Saturday, May 11, at Paul Laird Field. The ceremony (for all schools) will begin at 10 a.m. A reception will follow at 11:30 a.m. in the Visual & Performing Arts Center. Read More
Posted: 05/06/13 - SHERMAN, TEXAS—Members of the Austin College Class of 2013 are counting down the days until graduation—with both excitement and trepidation. Austin College President Marjorie Hass will present diplomas to more than 340 bachelor’s degree candidates and 18 Master of Arts in Teaching degree candidates who will take part in graduation events May 18 and 19 on campus. Read More