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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.
Metcalf named new USAO basketball coach
After nearly 15 seasons with the Drovers, coach Vinson Metcalf has taken the reins after being named head coach of the USAO men’s basketball program on Thursday.
Owen tips Tuttle for baseball success
Head Coach Travis Owen has a lot of faith in his up-and-coming Tuttle baseball players as the team embarks on its summer schedule.
Lease money will likely be used to improve infrastructure
Money made from this week's land auction in Chickasha will most likely be used on infrastructure issues, Mayor Hank Ross said.
Turner Oil leases 4,000 acres around Lake Chickasha
Turner Oil and Gas Properties out of Oklahoma City leased over 4,000 acres of land Tuesday night from the city of Chickasha during an open auction.
Robes for veterans also quilted by group
After the May 20 tornado, Grady County's impulse to help their Moore neighbors has taken many forms.
Weed removal not sign of citizen abuse
The city of Chickasha is not picking on you or your lawn.
I have taken more calls over the past few weeks asking why the city is bullying the little guy when there are businesses in downtown with overgrown weeds, and this misunderstanding needs to be put to rest.
First, no member of the council, or the city manager's office has the ability to see everything in Chickasha. They do not have an all seeing eye.
Blanch pins Chicks twice in summer play
Third innings were the undoing of Chickasha baseball in Blanchard, as the hosts used both times in a double-header Tuesday to put together scoring-runs that took them to back-to-back victories.
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