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Fire starts in Chickasha Water Treatment Plant
A fire blazed prior to noon today in a settle basin of the Chickasha Water Treatment Plant.
Chickasha Fire Department Chief Greg Gibson said the fire will not affect any of the city's water for drink or other use.
Silver Alert: Byfield found in Chickasha at 2 a.m.
Allen Byfield, who disappeared on Tuesday, was found at 2 a.m. this morning, on Ada Sipuel Ave. in Chickasha.
- Silver Alert: Missing Chickasha man spotted around Elgin/Caddo County area
Silver alert issued in Chickasha
The Daily Oklahoman is reporting that a silver alert has been issued by the Grady County Sheriff's department for 74-year-old Allen Byfield.
Outage leaves large portion of Chickasha in darkness
A power outage around 3:30 p.m. plunged 821 Public Service of Oklahoma customers into the dark according to a PSO representative.
Laurie Allen steps down as Main Street director
Chickasha Main Street Director Laurie Allen has resigned effectively immediately to pursue a career opportunity in the private sector.
Ninnekah woman dead after 1 car accident
One woman is dead after a one-car accident Thursday evening. The Ninnekah woman, identified by police as Debra J. Kingen, 37, was headed southbound on County Street 2850 when for some unknown reason, the car left the roadway and went right.
Sooner Tumbling 20 year celebration
When Jim and Donna Stewart opened Sooner Tumbling in January of 1993, many local people asked them "and just how long do you plan to stay in town?" Their response was "for as long as Chickasha and the surrounding areas support us!" Twenty years later, Grady County is still entrusting their children to Sooner Tumbling to learn tumbling, coordination, and confidence. To celebrate, Sooner Tumbling will be hosting a 20 yr. anniversary celebration this Saturday, Jan. 5th, from noon til 4 p.m. in their new location at 423 W. Chickasha Ave.
Victim of fatal accident on Highway 81 identified
A three car accident that happened after 3 p.m. on the Chickasha and Ninnekah border ended in a fatality.
Interurban restaurant is as local as it gets
Two self-proclaimed "average Joe" military service members with management skills and extensive backgrounds in the food industry have embarked on a journey that will hopefully change not only their lives but the people of Chickasha's.
Josh Woods and Zachary Grayson know Chickasha, and they know what it needs. Although they are bringing the popular food chain Interurban to Chickasha in April 2013, they are anything but a big corporate business duo.
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