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Choctaw Nation responds to Gov. Stitt abortion comments

DURANT, Okla. (KXII) - The Choctaw Nation is responding after Oklahoma Governor Stitt claimed the tribes might not comply with the state’s new abortion laws. Choctaw Nation Chief Medical Officer Jason Hill said the medical services provided by the tribe are not affected by Oklahoma’s new abortion law because the tribes are federally funded, which means they are prohibited from performing abortions.
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Two arrested for robbery in Sherman

SHERMAN, Texas (KXII) - Sherman Police said they arrested two people for robbery after a fight broke out inside an apartment Monday night. Officers said it happened around 10:40 p.m. near the intersection of Taylor and Burton Street. Police said Bashari Muhammad Whitfield took a phone from a victim during...
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TI breaks ground for Sherman chip-making plant

SHERMAN, Texas (KTEN) — It's the start of something big — really big — in Grayson County. "Texas is leading America in economic development, with this being the largest in the history of Texas," said Gov. Greg Abbott. Ground was broken Wednesday for the new $30 billion...
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Big signing day at Sherman High School

SHERMAN, Texas (KTEN) - Big signing day out at Sherman High School Tuesday morning. The video above includes Zacoreian Harris, Trevor VanSant, and Logan Williams. Harris signed with East Central University football. VanSant and Williams both sign for baseball. VanSant signed with Austin College while Williams is headed to Waco...
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North Texas hotel wins Tripadvisor’s 2022 Traveler’s Choice Award

DALLAS (KDAF) — Tanglewood Resort in Pottsboro, just 90 miles north of Dallas, has earned Tripadvisor’s 2022 Traveler’s Choice Award, meaning it is in the top 10% of listings around the world. Located at Lake Texoma, this resort features 248 guest rooms, two restaurants, a Tiki bar,...
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Iconic bass figure Scott will leave a lasting legacy

Bass angling fans and pro fisherman from across the country — many of them right here in the Denison and Sherman area where the 1979 Bassmaster Classic was held on Lake Texoma — were saddened by the news earlier this week that bass fishing icon Ray Scott had passed away at the age of 88 from natural causes late on Sunday.
DENISON, TX
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Power outage forces Durant grocery store to throw out food

DURANT, Okla. (KXII) - Grocery store employees in Durant had to throw away shelves full of food after this weekend’s storms left the building without power. Pruett’s Foods usually has thousands of dollars of food coming in each week, but after the power went out on Sunday, that’s now money down the drain.
DURANT, OK
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Tanglewood Resort wins 2022 Tripadvisor Travelers’ Choice Award

Pottsboro, Texas (KXII) - Tanglewood Resort has been recognized by Tripadvisor as a 2022 Travelers’ Choice Award winner. The award puts the North Texas resort in the top 10% of listings worldwide and celebrates Tanglewood’s reviews from travelers around the globe on Tripadvisor over the last 12 months.
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Air Fryer Class

Learn how to make healthy meals & snacks in the air fryer with Ms. Vicki! Healthy Literacy programming sponsored by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries & Institute of Museum & Library Services.
DURANT, OK
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Caked Up provides more seating inside with expansion

DURANT – One of downtown Durant’s growing businesses has made improvements to its facility to make for a more spacious dine-in experience. Caked Up, located 201 W. Main St., has expanded its dining area and adjusted its displays to open up its space for more customers and more seating to enjoy the sweets inside.
DURANT, OK
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Highest-rated dessert shops in Sherman, according to Tripadvisor

(STACKER) — Research—and plenty of anecdotal evidence—shows that people tend to eat. and crave more sweet foods in the winter months. We may never reach the glories of fat bears preparing for hibernation, but the impulse could be the same—a vestigial drive to store up calories in preparation for bitter winter. Or maybe it’s just that we’re stuck inside on cold and snowy days, surrounded by hearty soups and Christmas cookies.
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Turkey season slows as spring hunt winds down

Spring turkey season can try the souls of even the most patient longbeard hunters, causing someone to finally crack, pull out their hair, and wonder aloud what they’ve got to do to put a tag on a boss gobbler. While the spring turkey hunting action can be downright magical...
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