Three Tuttle softball players sign with OBU
Salem Anthony, Alex Luce and Annie Combs signed their letters of intent to play softball at Oklahoma Baptist University on Tuesday afternoon in the Tuttle High School library. Express-Star photos by Aaron Colen, sports editor.
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HSI expands capabilities
Hermetic Switch Inc. (HSI) has recently expanded product customization efforts for its customers, offering bending, wire and cable preparation, cutting, welding and engraving services.
Drovers set to name new coach
Almost two months after head coach for 22 years Brisco McPherson announced his retirement from Drovers men's basketball, the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (USAO) appears to be closer to revealing his successor.
Church groups unite to help victims
Chickasha is all too familiar with the after effects of violent storms as the city sustained an EF-4 just two years ago. The recent tragedy that the city of Moore has undergone with an identical twister has brought back memories for much of the Grady County community, and served as an incentive to begin relief efforts.
Dorman pushes for storm shelter bond
Local State Representative Joe Dorman (D) called on legislatures yesterday to pass a bond issue to combat what he called " a lack of adequate storm shelters" in Oklahoma.
VIDEO: Storms move into Grady County
Large storms will move through Grady County this afternoon.
Chickasha's finest lend a hand to Moore tornado victims
The Chickasha Police Department traveled to West Moore yesterday afternoon following the devastation from an EF-4 tornado that ripped through the community.
Kittens coming along after dumpster dispair
After being plucked from a dumpster on the north side of town, seven kittens now sit in a green carrier in the Chickasha Animal Shelter with a new found sense of hope.
GCEM prepares for active shooter with excercise
Preparation is the key to any emergency, according to Grady County Emergency Management Director Dale Thompson. Other emergency responders share the same sentiment, and are planning an active shooter tabletop exercise to kick the county’s potential crisis plans into high gear.
Lincoln student champion archer
Riane Tuthill, a fifth grade student at Lincoln Elementary in Chickasha, was on target at the National Archery in the Schools Program competition this spring.
Community flea market offers help to needy
On May 3, Mae Rhodes opened the Beholding the Child Non-Profit Community Flea Market, whose goal is to help those in need.
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