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Second school bus accident in Dickson

Updated: 04/30/2007 - It was another rough start to the day for Dickson students. After Friday morning's bus accident on Highway 70, a pick-up rear-ended a route bus picking up kids for school this morning around 7:30.

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Commissioners organize support of municipal districts

Posted: 04/30/2007 - County commissioners are one step closer to fully supporting municipal utility districts in Grayson County. The commissioners court discussion centered on taking the proper steps in organizing their support of the municipal utility districts.

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Oil tank fire in Sherman

Posted: 04/30/2007 - An oil tank fire in Sherman on Monday started when a worker cut through the side of an oil collection drum. Sparks from the saw landed in the bottom of the drum, igniting the leftover sludge.

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Early voting in Texas

Posted: 04/30/2007 - Polls opened in Texas on Monday for the upcoming May elections. County clerks say the state switched systems for voter registration, using an electronic program that slowed down voter registrar's offices statewide.

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New site helps Oklahoma students

Updated: 04/30/2007 - The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education today started a new Web site intended to help students, parents, and school counselors plan for college.

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Pair of burglaries reported in Kingston

Posted: 04/30/2007 - Kingston police say burglars hit two local businesses early Monday morning. Sometime after two o’clock Monday morning, burglars busted through the front doors of both Family Dollar and Super C Grocery off Highway 70.

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Day two of refinery fire

Updated: 04/28/2007 - Garvin County officials are working double time to keep the flames under control at Wynnewood's oil refinery. Lightening struck a tank filled with naphtha, agent used to mix gasoline.

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Roof caves in historic building

Updated: 04/28/2007 - A historical Bonham building closed after part of the roof caved in. Bonham Police say just before six Saturday night, the center portion of the old auditorium roof collapsed near the stage.

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Walking to save lives

Updated: 04/28/2007 - A March of Dimes study says hundreds of thousands of babies are born with birth defects with half a million more born premature each year. Millions nationwide walked for America today including several hundreds in our area. For many, this issue hits close to home.

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Wynnewood Refinery Explosion

Posted: 04/27/2007 - An explosion Friday night at a Wynnewood Refinery, OHP confirms the explosion. It happened at the Wynnewood Refinig Company on Highway 77, the facility is located just east of I-35.

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Searching for a missing dump truck

Updated: 04/27/2007 - A Whitesboro man on a search for his missing vehicle, a dump truck. It’s an unusual theft with a happy ending. Brett Rodgers drove miles and miles, even offered a reward, to help find his custom dump truck. He says he's resting a little bit easier tonight.

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Neighbor saves girl from drowning

Posted: 04/27/2007 - A Plainview seventh grader says she owes her life to heroic neighbors. Shannon Towler almost drowned Tuesday, when rain waters flooded the land, but her neighbors stepped in when seconds counted.

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Early delivery

Posted: 04/27/2007 - Paramedics in Sherman received the call about a woman in active labor, and a short time later everyone was safe and sound at Wilson N. Jones Hospital- but not without a twist to the story...

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Search continues for new SOSU president

Posted: 04/27/2007 - The top job is still open at Southeastern Oklahoma State University. Now officials are calling in some help with the search for a new university president.

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School bus accident in Dickson

Updated: 04/27/2007 - This morning’s ride to school caused a scare for some Dickson middle school students. The bus was heading west down Highway 70 when, for some unknown reason, a Chevy Trailblazer rammed it from behind near Dogwood Road.

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House fire near Sadler

Posted: 04/27/2007 - A mobile home caught fire near Sadler last night. The homeowner said they were in a nearby shop building when they heard an explosion.

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Firefighters at home and abroad

Posted: 04/26/2007 - Fighting fires at home and abroad, serving their communities and their country. One Sherman firefighter is preparing to leave for his tour of duty in Iraq. Members of the department say his departure hits them especially hard.

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OHP investigating Colbert

Updated: 04/26/2007 - OHP is now stepping in to investigate if Colbert police illegally pulled criminal backgrounds. Durant police reported former Colbert police chief John Polston used the OLETS system to receive personal information on several Colbert citizens.

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Ardmore welcomes new subdivision

Posted: 04/26/2007 - Dozens of Ardmore families will have a place to call home thanks to a local charity and its army of supporters. Community leaders gathered Thursday in northeast Ardmore to break ground on the new Habitat for Humanity subdivision.

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Economic summit at Tanglewood

Posted: 04/26/2007 - Economic development leaders from across the region came to Tanglewood Resort Thursday morning to talk about how to attract new business to the area.

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Fannin County gunman identified

Posted: 04/26/2007 - Fannin County Sheriff Kenneth Moore admits that he didn't get much sleep Wednesday night, but he is glad that everything ended without any major injuries when they were able to apprehend 33-year-old Ronnie Henkel.

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Escaped prisoner in Lamar County

Updated: 04/27/2007 - U.S. Marshals are looking for a man they're calling armed and dangerous. They say David Ryan Robison escaped from Lamar County custody on Tuesday. He had been in jail on state and federal meth charges.

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Ardmore conducts city-wide tornado drill

Posted: 04/26/2007 - When Steve LaNore says everyone should take cover, will you know what to do in severe weather? Ardmore had a city-wide tornado drill earlier this afternoon.

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Some Oklahomans upset with state quarter designs

Updated: 04/26/2007 - The design of the new state quarter in Oklahoma has sparked controversy in Oklahoma. A spokesman for Governor Brad Henry says his office has received about two dozen calls and letters concerned that the Bible is missing from four of the five proposed designs.

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