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Hearing Continues for Bryan Co. Jail

Updated: 10/31/2006 - Bryan County Officials are in Oklahoma City for a second straight day for a hearing on possible health violations inside the Bryan County Jail. The county is facing up to 700-thousand dollars in fines for some of..

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Local Halloween Trick or Treating

Updated: 10/31/2006 - The buzz on Halloween: places for you to take your kids and family for safe trick or treating fun. The city of Sherman is sponsoring Fright Night on the Sherman Municipal Grounds. Merchants will have...

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Halloween Costume Safety Tips

Posted: 10/31/2006 - Keep 'em bright, and keep 'em short. That's the advice of safety experts as you get set to dress up your ghosts and goblins for Halloween. The Illinois health director says costumes should...

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Food Banks Face Pre-Holiday Needs

Updated: 10/30/2006 - A drop in federal food surplus has left local food banks strapped for supplies. As the holiday season approaches, organizations say they will need donations more than ever. Big Five Community Services...

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Construction Set for Hwy 289

Updated: 10/30/2006 - Bringing Highway 289 north through Grayson County has been an effort for more than a decade. On Monday, local leaders cleared one last hurdle. The project would create a second highway...

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Honey Grove Schools on Lockdown

Posted: 10/30/2006 - Honey Grove Police say the elementary and high school, both located in the same building, are on lockdown. Police Chief Mark Johnson, says the school received some type of threat over the phone Monday...

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Sherman Shooting Suspect Arrested

Updated: 10/30/2006 - Sherman police have arrested a man, accused of firing shots at a group of people back in September. The shooting happened just before midnight, on the corner of Vernon Holland Memorial Drive...

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Catalytic Converters Stolen from Dealership

Updated: 10/30/2006 - Sherman Police are looking thieves who stole four catalytic converters from a local car dealership. The converters are worth about $1,000 each, and were taken sometime overnight on Friday from the...

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Motorcyclist Injured in Hit and Run

Updated: 10/30/2006 - Police say a motorcycle accident in Sherman, Saturday night was a hit and run. It happened about 6:15 PM when police say 22-year-old Oscar Rodriguez was pulling out of the Shadow Mountain...

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Deadline Approaching for Livestock Assistance

Updated: 10/30/2006 - State Agriculture Secretary Terry Peach says the deadline is approaching for livestock producers to apply for federal assistance grants. The grants are intended to offset ranchers for losses...

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Indian Nation Turnpike Has Reopened

Updated: 10/30/2006 - A nearly 30 mile section of the Indian Nation Turnpike that was shut down this morning is now reopened. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says the turnpike reopened about 7:45 after both north...

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A+ Athlete: Emily Valles

Updated: 07/18/2007 - A leader on and off the field and court makes Emily Valles an A+ Athlete. Whether it's shooting hoops, hitting the ball, or hitting the books, Emily Valles is sure to succeed...

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World Champion Livestock Auctioneer

Updated: 10/30/2006 - A special treat for local cattle ranchers as the World Champion Livestock Auctioneer wielded the gavel at a Durant auction barn. Our own Nicole Holt met the man behind the microphone, who has...

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Fundraiser Held At GC Airport

Posted: 10/28/2006 - A fundraiser at the Grayson County Airport hoped to raise money to upgrade some of their departments. The International Tactical Training Command hosted the first annual October Flight Fest to revamp the airport.

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Denison Driver Killed in Rollover

Updated: 10/29/2006 - A driver was killed in Denison Saturday night while trying to pass another vehicle on FM 120. At 6:10 pm, a man in a Chevrolet Impala went into the oncoming lane of traffic while attempting to pass...

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Ardmore FD Receives New HazMat Truck

Updated: 10/27/2006 - The Ardmore Fire Department is now better equipped to handle hazardous material emergencies. The department's new HazMat truck and trailer rolled into town on Thursday, which is only one of five in ...

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Tishomingo Lodge Gets Crucial Grant

Updated: 10/27/2006 - A one-time Johnston County hot spot is getting a new start thanks to federal volunteers and state money. For the past six years, the Pennington Creek Lodge in Tishomingo has stood vacant because...

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Kingston Man Pleads Guilty to Sex Crime

Posted: 10/27/2006 - Sheldon J. Sperling, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Oklahoma, announced Curtis Charles Phillips, age 50, of Kingston, Oklahoma, pled guilty to False Statement and Obstruction of Justice...

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Taser Stops Suspect in Sherman

Posted: 10/27/2006 - Sherman police used a taser on a Dallas man this morning at Sherman Town Center. It started as a routine traffic stop on the west side of Wal-mart off Hwy 82 and 75. Police say the man took off on foot...

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A+ Athlete: Caroline Webb

Updated: 07/18/2007 - Caroline Webb is this week's A+ Athlete. The Texoma Christian Senior is active in basketball, volleyball, and track and still remains an honor student. President of the Texoma Christians Student Council...

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Strong Winds Damage Apartments

Updated: 10/27/2006 - Friday morning's strong winds have left damage behind in Tioga. It happened just after 3 a.m. at an apartment complex where the roof was blown off. No word on how many residents were affected....

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TX Higher Education Enrollment Increase

Posted: 10/27/2006 - Enrollment at Texas colleges and universities has grown by more than 27-thousand students this fall. The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board reports most of the increases came at two-year...

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Shellfish Kept out of Lake Texoma

Updated: 10/26/2006 - A tiny shellfish has caused serious concerns at Lake Texoma. Thanks to an alert by a marina worker, wildlife officials say the lake avoided contamination that could have clogged local waterways. Two weeks ago...

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Choctaws Seek Honors for WW1 Code Talkers

Updated: 10/27/2006 - Nearly 90 years ago a small group of Choctaw men were credited with saving thousands of lives after helping end WW1. Now their tribe is going to Washington looking for an honor their ancestors never received.

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