- Women in Business Week: Shoemake comments on women bringing variety of businesses to Grady County
OHCE honors fallen soldier
Grady County's Oklahoma Home and Community Education group took time during their Fall Council to give the floor to Lenora Winkler, whose son, Jordan Winkler, lost his life in Iraq.
Fire truck sports permanently pink motif
The new pink firetruck for the Pocasset Fire Station was unveiled on Friday morning at the Grady County Sheriff's Department.
Instructors battle cancer with dance
Chickasha is invited to burn calories for a good cause.
Zumba instructors, Tricia Barbosa and Tracy Bloomfield will be hosting Party in Pink beginning at 6 p.m. on Oct. 25 in the USAO Ballroom. The Zumbathon lasts until 8 p.m.
Early detection key to breast cancer elimination
It's hard to find someone who hasn't been touched by cancer. Across the world every country has been forced to come face-to-face with this terrible disease and its multitude of incarnations. Early detection is regarded almost universally as the best weapon against this horrific villain. People like Grady Memorial Hospital Mammographer Coordinator Dana McElroy are leading the charge of early detection against breast cancer.
Former student shares memories of Lincoln Schools in documentary
A former Chickasha student traveled from his current residence in Milwaukee to share his memories of Lincoln Schools.
Main Street gears up for annual festival
Local boys and ghouls are invited to Chickasha Main Street Association's annual Neeowollah celebration on Chickasha Ave.
Local woman uses alliance to take sting out of poverty
It's hard to typecast poverty.
"When you look at the outside of someone's home, you don't know if they have electricity or water," Barbara Higgins, Stepping Stones Alliance Director, said.
Gas prices expected to continue falling
Despite turmoil in Washington, gas prices in Chickasha and across the state continued to fall last week.
Woman arrested after brandishing brick
Chickasha police drew their service revolvers on a Chickasha woman last night, who had a brick in her hand in the throwing position, causing the officers on scene great concern, according to a police reports.
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