Oncor and other crews have been working around the clock since Wednesday evening to get power restored to residents in Archer and Wichita Counties.
After a year, a 15-million dollar renovation and upgrade process is complete.
The MetroPCS Dallas Marathon is coming up soon and one Texoma boy will have a big part in it.
Back in May of 2013, Holliday ISD approved a 15 million dollar bond to transform it's middle and high school facilities.
Services have been set for a 91-year-old Holliday woman who was killed last Friday in a train-vehicle collision on Old Iowa Park Road.
In a world where online shopping increases in popularity a new business says customers requested a more traditional way of sales.
Nathaniel Brown had an outstanding warrant for evading arrest.
A Texoma family is hoping for a bundle of joy, but they need some help to make their wish come true.
Archer County Commissioners Court orders burn ban for thirty days.
DPS is investigating a deadly accident between Seymour and Holliday.
Get ready to be splashed with color to benefit a Texoma school district.
A former Holliday High School softball coach originally indicted on 13 charges relating to engaging in a sexual relationship with one of his students now knows his punishment.
A trail date will soon be set for David Austin Norris, a former Holliday High School softball coach who has multiple charges to his name, alleging he engaged in an improper relationship with one of his students.
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David Norris resigned from Holliday ISD last week. On Tuesday, he received several charges after authorities say he engaged in a sexual relationship with one of his students.
The former Holliday coach accused of having sex with one of his players was recorded apologizing and trying to explain the relationship to her father, according to his arrest affidavit.
Former Holliday High School softball coach David Norris has been booked into the Archer Co. Jail.
Another celebration of life Sunday in Texoma as one woman celebrates quite the milestone. Texoma's own Ruth Faye Kennedy is now 100 years young.
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