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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.
Suspect sought in rape case
Police are searching for a male suspect involved in a reported rape that occurred in the early hours of Saturday.
Citizens vote in Grady county election today
The continuation of a quarter-cent sales tax is on the ballot across the county today, with an expansion of the Grady County Fairgrounds promised should it pass.
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.
"Trips on a Tank Full" offer summer fun at a discount
There is a popular myth that there is nothing to do in Oklahoma.
So what do Oklahomans do? Get a sticky snocone and watch reruns on Netflix. Go out to a lake or two and get fried by the sun and eaten by mosquitos.
Fracking criticism not true, expert says
The controversial drilling technique hydraulic fracturing uses 90 percent water, and criticism that it harms the environment is not true, Brian Woodard, of Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association, said Monday.
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