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National EMS Week

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Skin cancer prevention tips and warning signs

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CCMH hosting blood drive

CCMH hosting blood drive

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Good Morning Texoma!

It has been very hot this summer with plenty of days in the triple digits. To look on the bright side of things, average high temperatures go downhill from here. Average high temperatures drop into the upper 80s during the month of September. If you love fall temperatures, your wait won't be much longer.

Meteorologist John Hammersmith 7 News
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