Local bbq owner talks about four decades of cooking, changes in town
Roy's Barbecue has been a fixture in Chickasha for 41 years.
The small restaurant with the classic red-checkered tablecloths at one time served about 200 people a day. But as owner Roy Brant said, it still pays the bills.
New therapy groups offered by counselors
Options Counseling Service, at 205 W. Chickasha Ave., Suite 1, in Chickasha is offering five new therapy groups, according to Pam Foster, who has owned Options since 2007.
OHCE winter meeting features delicious trip to Orient
Grady County Oklahoma Home and Community Education (OHCE) took a "Trip to the Orient" for their winter council on Jan. 22.
Helium shortage causes need for drastic measures
As Valentine's Day rises into consumers minds, local florists have started preparing for a holiday that will be virtually devoid of floating balloons.
A global helium shortage has left many florists without the ability to purchase the gas, which keeps holiday balloons elevated for several weeks.
Relay for Life kickoff Jan. 24
This year’s Relay for Life Chickasha is encouraging participants to think big.
The theme is Hope Big, Dream Big, Relay Big and Party Big at the Relay for Life Kick-off event at 6 p.m., Jan. 24 at Bible Baptist Church in Chickasha.
Weir plans out beginning of his term
Maintenance, funding and an effort to improve communication have kept Jim Weir busy.
Many of the deputy cars have needed repairs and the vast majority are not equipped with spare tires, Weir said. The new Grady County Sheriff said he has been aggravated with the situation he has walked into.
Tuttle store plans to close after 3-year run
The Leopard Lily, a florist and home decor shop located on Main Street in Tuttle is closing its doors soon.
Local film star comes back to Chickasha
Dudley Dickerson, film star and Chickasha native, has made an appearance in the recent publication Oklahoma at the Movies.
Local children experience gift of learning via tablets
For a second grade Christmas party, where a combination of sugar and holiday enthusiasm usually make for a rowdy environment, the students in Judy Ratzlaff's class were pretty quiet.
About 30 parents, grandparents and grandparent substitutes were kneeled down with their children, watching them use their new Android tablets.
Rap video takes first in bank competition
Creativity meets fiscal responsibility in the American Banking Association's (ABA) "Lights, Camera, Save!" video competition.
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