SLIDESHOW: Hundreds show for Main Street Trick-or-Treat
Express-Star Staff Reports Ghouls, goblins and ghosts poured into downtown in droves last night for Main Street Trick-or Treat. The event featured costume contests in addition to dozens of the downtown stores handing out Halloween candy. Formally the Neewollah Festival, this two-hour blast into Halloween antics saw children and their parents enjoying everything local stores had to offer. Photos with the Express-Star chicken will available at 8 a.m. Nov. 2.
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Tuttle could shed title as largest city in America without cable
Tuttle may be on the verge of getting a new cable system provider after city officials met with @Link yesterday following a U.S. Marshal's sale.
Heavy rains lead to road damage, detour
The heavy rains over the weekend have put a dent in the drought. However, the 2.5 inches of precipitation also did some damage to a pipe under Lake Burtschi Road, Mike Lennier, Grady County Commissioner, District 2, said.
Woman's arrest results in police assault
Chickasha Police Officer Lauren Mathews arrested Elizabeth Bailey for assault and battery upon a peace officer, possession of controlled substance without a valid prescription, operation of a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicating substance, destroying evidence, following too closely and failure to signal intention of turning on June 15 at the 200 block of West Almar Drive.
Anti-Mortem begins new adventure
You wouldn't know Anti-Mortem is about to embark on their first national tour. The childhood friends sit around laughing, drinking beer and playing metal like it's business as usual with perfect composure.
Barbecue to benefit local Crime Stoppers
The Grady County Sherriff’s Office and Chickasha Police Department will host a Crime Stoppers fundraiser on July 25 from 6 – 9 p.m. at the Grady County Fairgrounds in the north building.
Liberty National acquires Chickasha Bank
Chickasha Bank & Trust Company announced that it has been acquired by the company that owns and runs Liberty National Bank out of Lawton.
Friend superintendent vies for storm shelter
Superintendent of Friend Public Schools, Alton Rawlins wants to prevent tragedies like those earlier this year at Briarwood Elementary from happening at Friend Public Schools.
Man arrested at Eduardo's admits to being on meth
Chickasha Police Officer Derek Hunt was dispatched to Edwardo’s Mexican Restaurant on South Fourth Street to respond to a public intoxication call.
Glaze addresses rumors of possible ISR elimination
Jo Perryman, Chickasha Public Schools educator, addressed the Chickasha Board of Education about in school retention at the regular school board meeting on Monday.
Man could lose leg after highway DUI accident
A man who was struck by a red truck on highway 81 early yesterday morning, will most likely face leg amputation according to a press release from the Chickasha Police Department.
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