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Herman Arami identified as house fire victim

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Herman Arami

A lifetime resident of Montague and Korean War veteran died when his home burned early Monday.
Herman Lee Arami, 90, was confirmed as the victim of the fire reported Jack Lawson, chief deputy of the Montague County Sheriff’s office.
The fire occurred at 605 South Border Street in Montague at 12:38 a.m. Monday. Firefighters found the home fully-involved when they arrived. Lawson said they knew Arami lived there, and he was unaccounted for. A search after the fire was out discovered his body about 6 a.m. Monday.
Lawson said no preliminary cause of death was released yet by the Dallas County Medical Examiner, however, they suspect the resident died as a result of the fire.
The fire is being investigated by Bowie Fire Chief Doug Page. He said Thursday the brick and metal roof structure experienced extensive destruction making it difficult to determine a point of origin much less a specific cause, but it is under investigation.
Sheriff Marshall Thomas said earlier in the week that space heaters were in use in the home, but it is unclear if those could have caused the fire.
Arami was a Nocona High School graduate and Korean War veteran, who was active in the local veteran’s service organizations. His service will be at 10 a.m. on March 18 at Saint William’s Catholic Church.
See his full obituary in the Wednesday Bowie News.

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Body of missing man found in Clay County

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Bryce Dingler, former Nocona man who has been missing for almost a week, was found deceased this morning in Clay County in an area near where his pickup truck was found along the side of U.S. Highway 287 near Jolly last Wednesday. See the following statement from the Clay County Sheriff.

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Foot, K-9 search planned Tuesday for missing man

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A search is planned Tuesday for Bryce Dingler, missing for almost one week.

The Clay County Sheriff’s office has organized the search where law enforcement will be using search dogs, a plane and drones to search specific areas in Clay County, along with deputies and paramedics walking the area in hopes of finding Bryce. The group will be small as to not throw off the search dogs. The focus will be in the area where Dingler’s truck was found last Wednesday.

The Nocona News Facebook page stated Monday evening: “At the request of Dr. Len Dingler, while everyone’s desires to help find their missing son Bryce are appreciated, the family asks you limit your support tomorrow to prayers and allow the professionals do their jobs, unhindered with extra untrained bodies and false footprints which could divert their efforts.” Bryce is Len’s son.

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Reward set up for information for missing man Bryce Dingler

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