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UPDATE:Trial Continues For A Man Accused Of Killing His Wife

Trial continues for a man accused of killing his estranged wife. Charles Stobaugh faces a first degree murder charge. Officials said Stobaugh is accused of killing Katherine Stobaugh.

According to authorities, Kathy was supposed to meet with her husband to discuss the divorce on the day she went missing back in December 2004. The couple lived on nearly 100 acres of land in Denton County. That land has been thoroughly searched since her disappearance.

Authorities say although Kathy's body was never found, there was still enough evidence to charge Charles Stobaugh.

Five months before she vanished, Kathy began teaching kindergarten at Nocona ISD. If you have any information about her whereabouts or about the case, you are encouraged to contact the Denton County Sheriff's Office.

You can also find more information about her disappearance on http://www.findkathystobaugh.info/

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