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Ardmore’s Foundation of Support

Updated: 07/19/2008 - ARDMORE, OK -- It's an organization in southern Oklahoma that every family hopes they never need, but since the early 1990s, the C/Sara Foundation has been there when tragedy strikes. Robin Beal takes a closer look at a home grown non-profit group that is helping communities every day.

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Durant assistance organizations adjusting to tough economic times

Updated: 07/18/2008 - DURANT, OK -- Things are getting more expensive everyday, leaving many in need. Assistance agencies are also feeling the effects of hard times. Stephanie Brletic has more on what Durant groups are doing to adjust to tough economic times.

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Texas approves standards for Bible class

Updated: 07/18/2008 - AUSTIN - The Texas State Board of Education has adopted broad standards for Bible courses in high schools. Critics say the move gives teachers few guidelines to avoid a constitutional clash over mixing religion and education.

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Oil prices affecting Grayson Co. road repairs

Posted: 07/17/2008 - GRAYSON COUNTY, TX -- The high price of oil is affecting aspects of everyday life, and Grayson County officials are feeling the heat. Officials received word this week they will have to pay 60% more compared to last year for costs to rebuild roads. Daniel Gotera has more.

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Budget meeting in Sherman

Posted: 07/17/2008 - SHERMAN, TX -- Sherman mayor Bill Magers says city employees finished their budget draft in record time Thursday at City Hall.

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DNA ruling in Bower case postponed

Updated: 07/17/2008 - SHERMAN, TX - A man condemned for a 1984 quadruple slaying must wait at least two weeks before learning whether DNA testing will be allowed.

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Discussion to go public on Ardmore Superfund site pollution

Updated: 07/17/2008 - ARDMORE, OK -- We first told you last week about renewed concerns over pollution in Ardmore and of the EPA announcement that a northeast Ardmore Superfund site was more contaminated than anyone thought. Tonight, the discussion will go public. Robin Beal has more.

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Guns stolen from Durant residence

Posted: 07/17/2008 - DURANT, OK -- A Durant woman came home after being out of town for a few days to find that her storage shed had been broken into and several guns had been stolen.

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Court hearing pushed back for SOSU quarterback

Updated: 07/17/2008 - DURANT, OK – Southeastern Oklahoma State University quarterback Justin Pitrucha will have to wait a little longer to appear in front of a judge. He was scheduled to appear in front of a judge Thursday morning for a preliminary hearing, but it has been pushed back.

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Calera couple indicted for fraud

Posted: 07/17/2008 - MUSKOGEE, OK -- A Calera couple is indicted for money laundering and bankruptcy fraud. A federal jury indicted Joel T. Stringfellow, 54 and his wife Terry L. Stringfellow, 51. The indictment alleges fraudulently transferring assets from Sioux Redi-Mix Inc., and Sioux Aggregates Inc.

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Denison 10-year-old holds canned food drive

Posted: 07/17/2008 - DENISON, TX -- A Denison girl decided she wanted to hold a canned food drive for her birthday. 10-year-old Summer Phillips asked guests to her birthday party to bring canned goods instead of gifts.

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Body found in Durant home

Updated: 07/17/2008 - DURANT, OK -- A body found Wednesday night in a Durant home has investigators looking into a death they say may be suspicious.

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Time for Some Campaignin'

Posted: 07/16/2008 - The funny creators behind one of the web's most popular political satire shorts is back. The latest Jib Jab item is called "Time for Some Campaignin'" highlighting the lighter side of the Campaign trail

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New bus ramp tested at U.S. 82 & Wolff Road

Updated: 07/16/2008 - GRAYSON COUNTY, TX -- A ramp designed to get school buses off a major Texoma highway was put to the test Wednesday. The ramp at U.S. 82 and Wolff Drive was constructed to keep kids safe while getting on and off the bus.

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Attorney General Abbott reaches agreements that will help protect Texans from identity theft

Updated: 07/16/2008 - AUSTIN – Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott reached settlement agreements with Select Medical Corp. and RadioShack that will help protect Texans from identity theft. The settlements resolve two state enforcement actions, which charged both defendants with violating state laws governing the disposal of customer records that contain sensitive personal information.

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Ardmore elementary schools’ boundaries redrawn

Updated: 07/16/2008 - ARDMORE, OK -- When your kids get to be school-aged, it's not unusual to experience some growing pains, but for one local school system those growing pains are being felt like never before. Worries over increased enrollment at Ardmore city schools, particularly among younger students have been a major concern for school officials and parents. The school board took action Tuesday night. Robin Beal sat down with the superintendent Wednesday.

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Ardmore’s Bluebonnet Feeds purchased by nutritional company

Updated: 07/16/2008 - ARDMORE, OK -- An Ardmore icon, the Bluebonnet Feeds grain elevator, is now under the ownership of out-of towners. The longtime Ardmore company has announced that they are now a part of AC Nutrition, a company with Texas ties as well as other interests in the feed business.

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Bonham store robbed for 2nd time in 30 days

Posted: 07/16/2008 - BONHAM, TX -- A Kwik Check convenience store in Bonham has been robbed for the second time in a month. The latest incident occurred Monday night in the 2200 block of North Center Street.

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