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Severe Weather Spotter Training

Updated: 02/22/2007 - Tornado or not a tornado--that's the question Thursday night Grayson County found out how to tell genuine severe storm threats from plain old bad weather.

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Ardmore Poverty Simulation

Updated: 02/22/2007 - Some Ardmore residents got an up close and personal look at a day in the life of those who are less fortunate.

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Emissions Technologies and Alternative Energies

Updated: 02/23/2007 - TXU officials say they will use the best available control technologies for coal-burning power plants. Critics of the plant say there aren't technologies in place for critical gases that could negatively affect the atmosphere. We rolled up our sleeves to delve into the technical issue of emissions controls.

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New Recording Studio in Ardmore

Updated: 02/22/2007 - A New York recording studio is calling Ardmore home thanks to funding from a local corporation. Imtec board chairman Dr. Ron Bullard visits New York frequently on business. It was there he met up with a trio of up-and-coming songwriters and artists.

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Former Ardmore Police Chief Laid to Rest

Updated: 02/22/2007 - A former Ardmore Police Chief and World War II veteran was laid to rest today in Ardmore. Friends and family gathered to say goodbye to 85-year-old Domenick Marchesani.

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Memories Taken Away

Updated: 02/22/2007 - An Ardmore woman mourning the loss of her husband is now mourning the loss of of a lifetime of memories. The art work her husband spent years collecting, valued at over $50,000, was stolen from their home.

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Preparing for New Highway 289

Updated: 02/22/2007 - While construction of State Highway 289 is months away, making sure utilities are taken care of is a top priority for cities along the new road.

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Overturned Truck on Highway 69/75

Posted: 02/22/2007 - An overturned eighteen-wheeler shut down part of Highway 69/75 around four o'clock this morning.

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Teen arrested on drug charges at cemetery

Updated: 02/22/2007 - Teenagers in Grayson County were busted with drugs near a cemetery last night. A homeowner along Calf Creek Road called Grayson County Deputies last night...

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Fire ban in Madill

Posted: 02/22/2007 - The City of Madill enacted a fire ban effective immediately banning fires within city limits. Council members passed an ordinance making it illegal for residents to burn trash or leaves, or set off fireworks in town.

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Burglar sentenced to 20 years

Posted: 02/22/2007 - James Willeford, the so-called "I-35 Corridor Robber," appeared in a Carter County courtroom this morning to learn his fate. A jury convicted the 52-year-old Pauls Valley native of first degree burglary charges in October of 2006.

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Coal Power Plants Part of Community

Updated: 02/22/2007 - While communities across the state are trying to decide if they want coal powered plants in their areas, one community has lived with one of those plants for three decades. The Monticello power plant is located in the heart of Titus County in Mount Pleasant, Texas.

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Groundbreaking in Van Alstyne

Updated: 02/21/2007 - Four duplexes are set to be built on a site in Van Alstyne. Construction started following a push from HUD, the city of Van Alstyne and Texoma Housing Partners.

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Affordable Housing Coming to Ardmore

Updated: 02/21/2007 - A plan to bring affordable housing to Ardmore is right on the money. Ardmore Development Authority crews are working on the roads, water and sewer systems for the Hickory Ridge Addition.

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Interim Sherman City Manger to Resign

Posted: 02/21/2007 - The change in leadership in the city of Sherman is coming sooner than expected. Acting City Manger Giles Brown says he is now leaving City Hall for a position at Grayson County College.

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Remembering a Fallen Soldier

Updated: 02/21/2007 - Three months ago, Sargeant Buddy Hughie was at home to witness the birth of his first child. On Monday, he was killed in action. And today, those who knew him, remember how proudly he served his country.

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Controlling a New Water District

Updated: 02/21/2007 - Grayson County officials say a groundwater conservation district is going to happen, but they want to make sure they are the ones that operate it.

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Coal Plant Hearing Date Pushed Back

Updated: 02/21/2007 - The state of Texas is giving more time to opponents of the TXU power plants. Administrative judges in the state hearing office pushed the environmental hearings back until June 27th.

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Congressman Reacts To Soldier's Death

Updated: 02/21/2007 - Oklahoma Congressman Dan Boren expresses his sympathy over Sgt. Buddy Hughie's death today during a packed forum at the Ravia Community Center.

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Muskogee Congressman Reconsiders Bill

Posted: 02/21/2007 - The Oklahoma state senator who authored a bill that would restrict non-school-related athletic practices for young children now says he won't seek its passage.

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Welcome to the New KXII.com

Updated: 01/05/2009 - Welcome to the new KXII.com. If you're a regular visitor to our site, we changed things up on you today. Our new, redesigned site is intended to optimize your online experience, and we hope you enjoy it.

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Pet Talk: Handling An Aggressive Dog

Updated: 06/06/2007 - Pet Talk: Handling An Aggressive Dog: This morning Lisanne sat down with Tommie Kirksmith and a German Shephard named Suzie.

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1-180th Soldier Killed in Action

Updated: 02/21/2007 - An Oklahoma National Guard soldier has been killed in action in Afghanistan. Sergeant Buddy Hughie of Poteau, Oklahoma is being called a hero. The guard says Hughie was killed ...

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Free Pancakes for a Good Cause

Updated: 02/21/2007 - Many Texoma residents took advantage of a free 'short-stack' for a good cause. International House of Pancakes across the country celebrated national pancake day Tuesday. Restaurant patrons received a free 'short-stack'...

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Meeting the Texas Energy Demand

Updated: 02/21/2007 - A State District judge blocked Governor Rick Perry's executive order. The ruling directs state hearing administrators to reconsider the schedule of environmental hearings. TXU Officials say because of projected population growth in Texas, they need to build the plants as soon as possible.

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