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Caught red handed

Posted: 09/19/2007 - DENISON, Tex. -- A burglar in Denison didn't get very far after he broke into a business around 11 o'clock Monday night. Police responded to an alarm at the Denison Pawn Shop on Main and Austin.

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Howe joins "Less Tears More Years"

Posted: 09/18/2007 - HOWE, Tex. --Another Grayson County city has joined the fight for safer driving among teens. Police presented their case to the Howe city council to support 'Less tears, more years.' City officials voted unanimously in favor to back the program.

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Keeping the city secretary

Updated: 09/25/2007 - COLLINSVILLE, Tex. --The Collinsville city council met for hours Tuesday evening for their monthly meeting. The hot topic on the agenda was a request for the city secretary to resign.

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Tragedy turned into inspiration

Updated: 10/01/2007 - They were involved in a car crash doctors say they shouldn't have survived. On Tuesday, Chase Ward and Justin McKenzie received a little inspiration from someone who knows all too well what they're going through.

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Cigna employees biking for health awareness

Updated: 09/26/2007 - DENISON, Tex. -- They rolled into town on a mission. Cigna employees across the country are biking more than 3,000 miles in two weeks to promote health awareness.

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“You made a what!!!???”

Updated: 09/18/2007 - SHERMAN, Tex. -- It's been happening for generations-- kids avoiding their parents when it comes to their grades. But that's all about to change in Sherman.

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No action taken

Updated: 12/26/2007 - DENISON, Tex. -- No action was taken Monday night in Denison concerning a lawsuit and the demolition of the old high school. "Save Denison History” members claim the demolition is illegal because officials did not comply with city ordinances, but officials will not comment on the details.

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City leaders choose bid on skate park

Posted: 09/18/2007 - ARDMORE, Okla. -- Parks officials in Ardmore are one step closer to making their dream of a skate park a reality. On Monday night, city commissioners chose a bid from California skate park contractors, which stands at just over $400,000.

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Grayson Co. budget approved

Updated: 09/18/2007 - GRAYSON COUNTY, Tex. -- Grayson County leaders approved the 2007-2008 budget on Monday .Judge Drue Bynam says he feels good about locking down the numbers after months of working with county departments.

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Air ambulance service approved

Updated: 09/18/2007 - Grayson County residents can now choose to pay an annual fee for flights from Lifestar.

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New emergency management center

Posted: 09/17/2007 - GRAYSON COUNTY, Tex. -- State funding is headed north to Grayson County, and officials say it will come in handy should an emergency arise. The money is being used for a new state-of-the-art emergency management operation facility.

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Supporting the 1245th

Posted: 09/17/2007 - MADILL, Okla. –The Madill Middle School took support efforts for troops of the 1245th to a whole new level. Soldiers of the 12 45th are wrapping up the last bit of training before moving to their mobilization site at Fort Bliss. On Monday, the school opened its doors for the soldiers to use as a training site.

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Sherman FD captain off leave

Posted: 09/17/2007 - SHERMAN, Tex. -- A Sherman fire captain will soon return to work after two months on administrative leave. Fire Chief Jeff Jones says Captain Doug Blackburn is scheduled to report back to duty October 1st.

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Constitution Day

Posted: 09/17/2007 - TISHOMINGO, Okla. -- Monday, September 17th, is Constitution Day, and lawmakers all across the country are celebrating by sharing the news with local students. Oklahoma State Senator Jay Paul Gumm from Durant stopped at Tishomingo High School to discuss why it's important to vote and about being a lawmaker.

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Hit-and-run in Durant

Updated: 09/17/2007 - DURANT, Okla. -- Police in Durant are searching for suspects after a man was hit by a car early Sunday morning. Officers say at 2:00 a.m., as Cheyenne’s Club on Radio Road was closing, someone in a car hit Todd Curley, 23, of Tishomingo, dragged him over two hundred feet, and then drove off.

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Crack bust in Sherman

Posted: 09/17/2007 - SHERMAN, Tex. -- A Sherman man was arrested after a drug bust on Friday. Eddie Green, 28, was taken into custody after police confiscated over ten grams of crack cocaine upon searching the man's home in the 500 block of McGee Street.

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Chase ends in fatal accident

Posted: 09/17/2007 - FANNIN COUNTY, Tex. -- A chase involving Texas State Troopers in Fannin County ended with a fatal crash Sunday morning. On FM 273 near the Bonham Lake bridge, troopers say they pulled over Edward Martinez, 29, for speeding, but he drove off.

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Fun in the sun

Posted: 09/17/2007 - SHERMAN, Tex. -- The 25th Annual Sherman Arts Festival was held Saturday afternoon. Everything from painted pumpkins to corn dogs and little dogs were out in full force at the festival.

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Rudy Giuliani visits Ada

Posted: 09/17/2007 - ADA, Okla. -- Republican presidential candidate and former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani campaigned in Ada on Friday night.

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1-180th officially welcomed home

Updated: 09/17/2007 - DURANT, Okla. - After spending a year away from their family and friends fighting in Afghanistan, the 1-180th was officially welcomed home Sunday.

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Visiting Madill soldier on medical leave

Updated: 09/17/2007 - MADILL, Okla. - Madill native and Army Captain Beau Hendricks said he's glad to be back home, even if it is just for a little while, and despite all the negativity surrounding the war in Iraq, he believes our soldiers are making a difference.

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Choctaw Nation honors war veteran

Updated: 09/16/2007 - BLANCHARD. Okla. -- The Choctaw Nation honored one of their own with a statue and memorial on Saturday. General Tommy Franks joined Chief Greg Pyle and the Choctaw Nation, honoring Specialist Tony K. Burris for his bravery during the Korean War.

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Interstate 35 construction set to begin

Updated: 09/16/2007 - CARTER COUNTY, Okla. -- On going highway construction in Carter County may seem slow, but with college football season in full swing, weekend traffic to OU is even more of a problem.

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Bees attack two Wapanucka men

Updated: 09/17/2007 - WAPANUCKA, Okla. -- Two people were rushed to the hospital after being attacked by bees in Wapanucka, Oklahoma. Casy Cribs and Fred Johnson of Wapanucka were each stung dozens of times by what doctors say may be African killer bees.

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Scare at Durant school turns out to be false alarm

Updated: 09/14/2007 -
DURANT, Okla. -- A Durant school was evacuated after authorities found a suspicious package on the playground at Northwest Heights Elementary School. Authorities were able to open the suitcase using a water cannon. The package, feared to be an explosive device, turned out to be part of an ongoing scavenger hunt among local teens.

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