Local soldier speaks on Afghanistan experiences midway through tour
With military efforts in Iraq and Afghanistan winding down, it's easy to forget about the soldiers still trudging overseas. Despite political efforts to reduce deployments and the number of troops in the war-torn countries, men and women from all over the country still travel to the Middle East at the behest of the United States military.
Exhibit teaches kids how to live healthy
Filling about half the gym at Bill Wallace Early Childhood Center, the "Farm to You" exhibit educated students on healthy lifestyles.
Annual celebration draws close
A piece of Chickasha and Lincoln School history is to be reenacted during the Loretta Y. Jackson African American Historical Society Storytelling and Soul Food Evening at 6:30 p.m. on Feb. 15 in the University of Science and Art Ballroom.
Projected weather expected to be wild
"The roller coaster ride continues," Dale Thompson, Grady County Emergency Management Director said in response to the weather and fires that have taken the county on a windy, fiery ride over the past week.
Delightful dental deal
Next Friday will be the first time some residents of Grady County will be able to smile with confidence.
Worshop illuminates dark topic
Paint on Canvas is giving the community an opportunity to bring light to a dark subject through art.
New Year's resolutions for 2014 revolve mostly around fitness
With every new year comes the slew of New Year's resolutions. People examine the last 365 days of their lives and decide where they fell short and how they can improve those shortcomings in 2014.
Letter addressed to Santa ends up in Chickasha
When a little girl from North Carolina sent her wish list to Santa, she probably had no idea it would end up at the Chickasha Public Schools Administration building.
Local eagle soars with Christmas spirit despite illness
Six weeks ago, Jimmy Hawthorne reached in his pocket and pulled out the greatest fundraiser the Chickasha Fraternal Order of Eagles has seen yet.
Local agencies band together to give latchkey kids taste of real childhood
Three agencies based in Chickasha came together to help better the lives of kids who often go home to either an empty house and have often inherited parental duties such as taking care of younger siblings, cooking and doing household chores.
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