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Man arrested for threatening to kill local law officials
A Chickasha man was arrested last night for threatening to kill a district court judge, several prosecutors, and any law enforcement officials that crossed his path.
Sheriffs nab cigarette burglary suspects
Two out-of-state men were arrested in Chickasha Sunday night in connection with a smash-and-grab burglary in Amber over the weekend.
Interurban still coming
With each passing month, residents have grown increasingly curious about the status of the new Interurban restaurant that was expected to be taking shape by now near the intersection of the H.E. Bailey Turnpike and Highway 81.
- Local OHCE groups sponsor food drive
Healthcare, education top menu at breakfast discussion
The four representatives and senator that are responsible for districts in Grady County converged at the Fairgrounds in Chickasha Friday morning, where healthcare and education topped the discussion list.
4th Street construction slated for May
Drivers in Chickasha will experience some difficulties around the Grand Avenue and 4th Street intersection starting May 6.
BAT mobile missing from Sheriff's public show
While preparing to step up county coverage for safe driving this weekend, the Grady County Sheriff’s Department was left waiting Friday afternoon for a key part of their increased coverage campaign.
Police step up driving safety checks
Local law enforcement is clamping down on unsafe driving this weekend as part of the More Cops, More Stops mobilization initiated by the Department of Public Safety
Dorman legislation could have helped runaway in rape case
A bill that never made it to the Oklahoma House floor could have prevented a young girl who ran away from home from being allegedly raped, the bill’s co-sponsor said.
Chickasha Chamber’s Legislative Breakfast April 26
The Chickasha Chamber’s Legislative Breakfast is scheduled for Friday, April 26th, at 7:30 am, at the Grady County Fairgrounds Community Building.
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