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Grady wheat dodges foiling freeze, needs rain
The majority of damage to Oklahoma’s wheat crop is concentrated along the Red River in the southwest corner of the state, but issues could reach Grady County if May is a dry month.
Council looks at potential new furniture for library
Steve Sanders, Lake Maintenance Supervisor was chosen as the City of Chickasha Employee of the Quarter at the regular Chickasha City Council meeting on May 6.
Newly remodeled pub and grille destroyed
Firefighters are still piecing together what caused a large blaze to tear through the top floor of Tuttle’s historic old bank building that houses the Grady Pub & Grille.
Oliver, Young heading to McPherson College in Kansas
The Chickasha High School football team will be sending two receivers to McPherson College in Kansas next season.
Grady's Pub and Grille engulfed by fire
Firefighters from around the county responded to a call in Tuttle at 5 a.m. and found Grady's Pub and Grille in downtown ablaze.
Officers use six Taser shots in arrest
Six shots from a Tazer and a lengthy struggle is what it took for Chickasha Police to finally subdue a man long enough to charge him with a variety of violations Friday night, including two counts of assault & battery with a dangerous weapon on officers.
Sequoyah staff seething after toilet tank assault
A staff member at the Sequoyah House is pressing charges against one of its residents after she allegedly smashed him over the head with a toilet tank lid.
Climatologist rebukes Inhofe's claims
Comments made by Senator Jim Inhofe stating Oklahoma's recent cold snap was evidence against global warming may have been an exaggeration, according to Associate State Climatologist Gary McManus.
Trail blazing into the past
A caravan of Oklahoma Juvenile Affairs staff, juveniles, museum curators and media took a day trip on the Chisholm Trail.
Chickasha baseball wins regional, earns state berth
The Chickasha High School baseball team is heading back to the state tournament after beating No. 6 Bishop McGuinness in the regional final Saturday afternoon at Elliott Field.
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