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Oklahoma schools unfunded mandate

Updated: 02/27/2007 - While schools in Southern Oklahoma are not eliminating teachers' jobs at this point, many of the smaller districts are first looking at cutting programs and extracurricular activities.

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New self-defense bill under consideration

Posted: 02/27/2007 - You may have heard of the 'Make My Day' law, but a new proposal in Texas could make deadly force outside the home legal for those who are defending themselves.

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Oklahoma schools strapped financially

Posted: 02/27/2007 - Schools in Southern Oklahoma are still strapped financially after lawmakers gave teachers a $3,000 pay raise last year but failed to allow for the fixed costs.

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Missing Denison woman found

Updated: 02/28/2007 - Police in Denison found a woman today they had been searching for over a week. The woman walked out her back door a week ago and had not been back. Amy Khoury, 49, has only been in the Denison area for two months since moving from Tennessee.

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FM 121 Widening Project

Updated: 02/27/2007 - TxDOT plans on widening FM 121 from the US 75 west frontage road to Jim Jones Road in Van Alstyne.

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Resolution Against Proposed Plant

Updated: 01/05/2009 - The Pottsboro City Council voted unanimously to pass a resolution against a proposed asphalt plant. City officials say their intent is to pressure Rushing Paving to choose another location for the plant.

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Colbert mayor accused of blackmail

Posted: 02/26/2007 - Colbert Mayor Randall Gorman is being accused of blackmail after council members say Gorman threatened to fire city employees if they did not help force another council member from office.

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Fire Sales Tax Committee in Carter County

Posted: 02/26/2007 - Carter County Commissioners met this morning to appoint a three member board to serve on a fire sales tax committee. In July, voters passed a quarter-cent sales tax to aide...

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Proposed asphalt plant in Pottsboro

Posted: 02/26/2007 - City council members in Pottsboro are meeting tonight, and residents want the city to take a firm stand against a proposed asphalt plant's possible move from Sherman to just outside Pottsboro.

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Ten Commandments Monument in Marshall County

Posted: 02/26/2007 - Once again the Ten Commandments are in the limelight, but this time for a reason that's not so controversial. Due to the efforts of a local couple, the stone monument has been erected in front of a county building.

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Accident on Highway 75

Posted: 02/26/2007 - Part of Highway 75 had to be shut down Monday afternoon after a major accident in Sherman. The accident occurred around 1 p.m. when a 36-year-old woman...

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TXU to lower rates by 10%

Updated: 02/26/2007 - Two private equity firms are set to acquire utility company TXU for 45 billion dollars. Part of the acquisition deal includes reducing rates for customers by 6 percent by March 31, and 4 more percent once the deal becomes complete.

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Energy giant TXU purchased

Posted: 02/26/2007 - TXU, the largest energy provider in Texas, has agreed to be sold to two private equity firms, Texas Pacific Group and Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Company, for $45 billion.

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TXU Buyout Reported

Updated: 02/26/2007 - The Associated Press is reporting that TXU could be a part of the largest private buyout in US corporate history. Sources told the AP that directors of TXU gave tentative approval to sell the electric company for over $32 billion dollars.

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Bryan County Fires Update

Updated: 02/25/2007 - The fires that burned in Texoma Saturday are nearly extinguished, but some still remain in Bryan County. Firefighters battled flames in Bryan County Sunday afternoon, near Silo.

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Atoka Soldier Talks About the War

Updated: 02/25/2007 - Atoka soldier James Turner is on leave from fighting in Iraq, and he told KXII-TV he thinks America is winning the war on terror. He said the troops are making progress overseas, and they don't let what's happening at home get in the way of their mission.

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Fires Blaze Across Texoma

Posted: 02/24/2007 - Officials say it felt like it would never end. Fire after fire across all of Texoma. In Bryan County, fire departments from Achille to Yuba all worked around the clock to make sure nothing got out of control.

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Clearing the Air Research Links

Updated: 02/23/2007 - We've listed website links to help you form your own opinion on TXU's proposed coal-burning power plants. The links range from sites supporting and opposing the plants, to environmental agencies, to state and federal agencies with information on the issue.

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Congressman Tom Cole in Ardmore

Updated: 02/23/2007 - A local congressman gave his views on the war in Iraq, the 2008 presidential race and the current generation of voters, Friday night. Congressman Tom Cole talked to young professionals at the Two Frogs restaurant.

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Proposed Plant Debate Heating Up

Updated: 02/23/2007 - Although the 'Clearing the Air' series is finished, opponents to the plant say the fight is far from over. Legislative officials on both sides of the Red River are stepping in to give their input on the proposed plants.

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Inside Juell Records

Updated: 02/23/2007 - The Imtec Corporation was using the old First National Bank building as storage. But when Board Chairman Ron Bullard's friend Alvin Moody toured it a few months ago, he saw the building as more than a storage shed. That was how Juell Records was born.

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Fire destroys house in Bryan County

Posted: 02/23/2007 - Bryan County Fire officials say recent high winds have fanned flames across the county, causing several controlled burns to get out of hand this week.

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Local lawmakers back in Ardmore

Updated: 02/23/2007 - Local Oklahoma lawmakers were back in Ardmore on Friday to inform their constituents of happenings at the Capitol. State Representatives Terry Hyman and Greg Piatt talked about issues that came up this week.

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