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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Heritage Park provides fantastic fun for film fans
I love movies. I can't stress that strongly enough.
Plaza Towers student spends last day of school at Grand
Jase Arbuckle, eight-years-old, presses the Diet Coke button on the soda machine in Grand Ave. Elementary's break room. Without the prompt of 50 cents, a silver and red can barrels down the chute.
Someone suggests that he's lucky.
Graduation party results in walking punishment for some students
Chickasha Superintendent Jim Glaze has taken the privilege of walking across the graduation stage away from several Chickasha High School students this year.
Booze-filled grad party leads to arrests, field damage
Three 18-year-olds were arrested and thousands of dollars of damage was reportedly done during what police and Chickasha school officials believe was a graduation party gone awry Wednesday night at the football practice field.
OHCE displays culinary simplicity with everyday eats
Rosalie Bush, of OHCE Rural Neighbors, stands behind a steel island in the humid kitchen of Chickasha First Baptist Church. She demonstrates to the audience, seated on two rows of fold-out chairs in front of her, how to cook the package of groceries they receive from the food pantry
Chickasha duo plan to heal with helmets, hope
As the dust settles from this week's horrific tornado. Many are left wondering what they can do to help. Jessica Couch and Jamie Henderson are out to shed some light on that very topic.
Fightin' Chicks provide fall preview
Fightin' Chicks fans got a view of how the football team is shaping up for this fall during the Purple and White game at Memorial Stadium yesterday evening.
Salt Creek bets on sure success with blood drive
Grady County residents continued to show their support for tornado victims yesterday afternoon, donating to the Oklahoma Blood Institute (OBI) drive at Salt Creek Casino.
Senator Inhofe opposes federal fracking rules
U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe, has issued a statement in opposition to federal fracking rules that have been proposed by the Department of Interior.
Fulton Eyecare offers support to tornado victims
Community businesses are coming together across the county in an effort to provide relief to those affected by the tornado that struck Moore on May 20.
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