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Pauls Valley police warning business owners about counterfeit bills

PAULS VALLEY, Okla. - Officials are warning business owners about a series of counterfeit bills making the rounds in Pauls Valley. Authorities with the Pauls Valley Police Department said they were contacted by the Pauls Valley National Bank after employees noticed an uptick in counterfeit $20 bills

KFOR - 2018-10-19 18:05:21

Ardmore police investigate shooting outside Walmart

"It was late at night but we do know there were people there that were not involved in this so if they did see something, please do call us," Miller said.

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Ranger investigation accuses Muenster teacher of having sex with two of her students

A former Muenster High School teacher bailed out of the Cooke County Jail on Friday, Oct. 19, after she was booked in the previous day on accusations of having sex with two students.

GAINESVILLE DAILY REGISTER - 2018-10-19 22:26:00

New fire station opens in Ardmore

ARDMORE, Okla. -- Fire Station No. 3, Ardmore's newest, opened for business on Thursday at 125 Veterans Boulevard, across the street from Noble Stadium.

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Ardmore man arrested, booked in for attempted murder

Police say when they got to home on 9th Ave. NE yesterday, the woman told them 31-year-old Mondrai Curry had beaten her so badly, she couldn't see.

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Ardmore man faces possession, distribution of child pornography charges

ARDMORE, Okla. (KXII) -Tuesday an arrest warrant was issued for 38-year-old Lance Gilley for three charges involving possessing child pornography.Wednesday he appeared in court to have those charges read to him."Crimes against children is unacceptable and we will do whatever it takes to hold those a

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Former Paul's Valley Hospital Employees Planning Lawsuit Against City

PAULS VALLEY, Oklahoma -Former employees of therecently closed Pauls Valley Hospitalare considering a class action lawsuit against the city, even as the city considers selling the hospital to a Miami based company with a history of questionable billing practices.

NEWS9.COM - 2018-10-20 00:10:00

Cowboys WR Terrance Williams Suspended After Arrest

Williams' suspension will be effective immediately, meaning he'll he'll be fined and miss games against the Redskins, Titans and Eagles -- and forgo more than $615,000 he would have earned playing in those games.

NBC DALLAS-FORT WORTH - 2018-10-18 21:31:09

Snakes! They’re slithering out of the rain into homes. Here’s how to keep them out

They’re slithering through back yards, falling out of trees and showing up in bathrooms, kitchens and garages.Snakes, just like you, want to stay dry.Record rainfall across Dallas-Fort Worth has creeping critters looking for shelter. Since rain began in September, Dallas Fort Worth Wildlife Control

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Early morning wreck near Duncan sends two to the hospital

DUNCAN, OK (RNN Texoma) - Two southwest Oklahoma residents were involved in a wreck early Thursday morning on Old Highway 81 south of Duncan.According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, the wreck happened around 7:30 a.m. near Fuller Road.OHP said a Jeep being driven by 37-year-old Saela Sullins of Com

KSWO.COM - 2018-10-18 20:52:00

Walker re-elected as president of American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma

Provided | The Chickasaw NationBailey Walker, Chickasaw citizen and preferred vendor program coordinator for the Chickasaw Nation, was re-elected president of the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma Oct. 7 during an annual business conference. Through these roles, Walker advocates for an

THE ADA NEWS - 2018-10-19 12:15:00

Garvin County highway likely to be closed for several hours following rollover crash

PAULS VALLEY, Okla. (KOKH) —A highway in Garvin County is expected to be closed for several hours after a semi rollover.The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports that around 7:45 a.m. Oct. 17 a semi was traveling along SH-19 when it rolled off a bridge just east of the SH-133 intersection.All lanes of SH-

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GPD keeps looking for missing man

The search for a 29-year-old Gainesville man continues after his vehicle was reportedly found in a parking lot at WinStar World Casino and Resort over the weekend, according to Stephanie Herpeche, a Gainesville Police Department spokeswoman.

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Three more jailed from warrant roundup

Silver Shadow Stewart, 22, was arrested for a complaint theft by the Montague County Sheriff’s Office.

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Plainview prepares for rivalry renewal with Lone Grove

The Plainview Indians and Lone Grove Longhorns will renew their rivalry on Thursday night in Ardmore.Plainview comes into the game with a 5-3 record following a loss to district rival Sulphur last Friday night.The Longhorns come into the game with a 1-6 record. Lone Grove is coming off a 26-0 loss t

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Alcohol plays part in area wreck

According to the report, he was initially admitted in serious condition with trunk internal, trunk external, arm, leg and hand injuries.

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(Updated): Dot Foods plans to open $36 million Bear distribution center in fall 2019 - Delaware Business Now

The $36 million facility will be constructed on 35 acres in Bear, near Route 1.The 188,000-square-foot facility will be located at 301 American Boulevard, near the intersection of Red Lion and Wrangle Hill Roads.

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Undersheriff to retire on Oct. 31

“I am writing you, first, to inform you of my upcoming retirement from the Stephens County Sheriff’s Office on Oct. 31, 2018,” Smith’s letter stated. “I will be credited with 10 years and two months of service with Stephens County and will conclude my law enforcement career with just short of 40 yea

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Details emerge in capture of Sherman bank robbery suspect

KINGSTON, Okla. (KXII) -Police have released new details in the weekend capture of man linked to at least two Texas bank robberies, including the one in Sherman on Friday.

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Marshall County prepares for potential flooding

KINGSTON, Okla. (KXII)-While the Army Corps of Engineers continues to release water into the Red River through the flood gates at Denison Dam, six times more runoff from its watershed is flowing into the lake.Marshall County Emergency Management Director Robert Chaney said it's not just those around

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