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CPD warns about fraudulent fuzz
Chickasha Police have asked the public to be on the look out for a person they believe is attempting to pass him or herself off as a law enforcement official.
Tuttle left looking up from the ashes after fire
The destruction and demise left by fires rarely foster feelings of joy. Homes, businesses and even historic landmarks have fallen prey to this oxygen fueled terror and their owners are left with questions and confusion in the wake of the flames.
Native American dancers visit Head Start
The children at Washita Valley Head Start in Chickasha ended the week with a powwow courtesy of a group of Native American dancers, singers and musicians.
OHCE members celebrate centenary
"Happy Birthday" is played on the white piano in the First Baptist Church's parlor under a sparkling chandelier. Members of OHCE Rural Neighbors and supporters join in song, celebrating a century of services to the community and perseverance of home values.
Brush fire battle rages for half day
It took nine hours for firefighters in the south Grady County to finally get a brush blaze under control, but not before 100 acres were scorched.
Chickasha sites spark business' interest
Two separate businesses will have representatives visit Chickasha in the coming weeks after they selected sites in town for potential future building.
Grady wheat dodges foiling freeze, needs rain
The majority of damage to Oklahoma’s wheat crop is concentrated along the Red River in the southwest corner of the state, but issues could reach Grady County if May is a dry month.
Council looks at potential new furniture for library
Steve Sanders, Lake Maintenance Supervisor was chosen as the City of Chickasha Employee of the Quarter at the regular Chickasha City Council meeting on May 6.
Newly remodeled pub and grille destroyed
Firefighters are still piecing together what caused a large blaze to tear through the top floor of Tuttle’s historic old bank building that houses the Grady Pub & Grille.
Grady's Pub and Grille engulfed by fire
Firefighters from around the county responded to a call in Tuttle at 5 a.m. and found Grady's Pub and Grille in downtown ablaze.
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