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Capitol gets real McCoy at 4-H Conference
Tuttle's Aubrey McCoy rubbed shoulders with some of the nation's movers and shakers while also shedding light on an important subject when she was selected to attend the National 4-H Conference last month.
Tuttle ice cream festival on despite fire
The old Tuttle bank building has been given a second chance at life by a building inspector who reports the structure is salvageable after last week's fire.
Victim claims alleged rape caused her eviction
A woman who was allegedly raped in her apartment on May 11, is claiming the event triggered her eviction.
Tax continuation takes big victory in final results
The final number of votes for the Grady County Fairgrounds improvement tax passed Tuesday night has been tallied at 1500 to 398 and will be finalized on Friday by the Grady County Election Board.
Faulty transformer most likely culprit in power losses
A potentially broken transformer at a substation located in Chickasha is most likely the reason for the May 15 and May 12 power outages.
Dumpster kittens likely victims of animal cruelty
A litter of kittens was found yesterday afternoon in a dumpster at Whispering Pines Apartments, which is most likely a case of animal cruelty Chickasha Animal Shelter Supervisor James Kasper said.
Tax continuation passes with landslide support
Citizens of Grady County approved the continuation of a quarter-cent sales tax by a vote of 1,500 to 398, the funds from which are set to be used for improvements to the Grady County Fairgrounds.
Tuttle marijuana bust boosts state drug battle
Three suspects have been arrested in Tuttle on charges of distributing marijuana in a bust that could lead to the discovery of a wider operation across the state.
Police say rape cases not related
A second rape in three days has been reported to Chickasha Police, but there is nothing linking the most recent incident to one that happened Saturday morning.
Planning approves bed-and-breakfast
A Chickasha couple moved closer to bringing a bed-and-breakfast to town after the Planning Commission approved their request for a use-on-review.
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