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Teenager shot in Chickasha during afternoon fire fight
A 19-year-old man was shot June 4 in Chickasha following an afternoon argument.
The Chickasha Police Department arrested 19-year-old Chickasha resident Lorenz0 Alexander for shooting with intent to kill after receiving a shots fired call in the 1300 block of Henderson, according to a press release from CPD.
OU finals return epitomizes Sooner State journey
Many of those affected by tornados in the past two weeks might struggle to find a silver lining in the clouds that were so ominous. The Sooner softball team is no stranger to this feeling.
- Drainage Project breaks ground at Grady County Fairgrounds
Relay for Life, antique car show fill Oval June 7
CHICKASHA -- Two local events guaranteed to entertain local visitors – the annual Relay For Life and a vintage car show – are scheduled to intersect on June 7 on the Oval at the University of Science and Arts.
The Oklahoma City chapter of the Horseless Carriage Club of America (HCCA) is slated to arrive on campus around 2 p.m., bringing twenty vehicles manufactured before 1916 for public viewing.
Red River rout gives OU crucial win
For Sooner athletes, there's always something extra special about a win against the University of Texas.
Two juvenile suspects identified in Chickasha Middle School burglary
Two juvenile suspects have been identified in the Chickasha Middle School burglary that occurred on May 29.
This is the second criminal act to occur on school property within the city of Chickasha in the past two weeks.
Helpless hound found struggling at restaurant
A casual trip to McDonald's turned into a rescue mission when a woman found a malnourished dog in the back of a white pickup truck and notified authorities.
Local ministry organizes furniture drive for tornado victims
A new relief effort for tornado victims will begin on Monday, June 3 at the building that previously housed Light House Ministries: 1 Honda Ln.
Burglars attempt to steal ATM from Chickasha Walgreens
Burglars attempted to remove an ATM machine from the Chickasha Walgreens Wednesday around 5 a.m. a release from the Chickasha Police Department said.
Fairburn addresses water issues as summer months approach
Southwest Americans are gravely concerned about lake levels as temperatures continue to rise across the region. The levels drop in response to the blistering heat which can affect the lives of city residents in a number of ways.
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