Mock crash warns teens about unsafe driving
Ninnekah High School seniors gather in the parking lot to watch the aftermath of a fatal car crash unfold before their eyes.
Their fellow students play the part of crash victims as well as those responsible for causing the accident, whether from drinking and driving or texting and driving.
Storm season: 3 apps for severe weather
With extreme weather season beginning for much of the middle of the country, it's time to load smartphones with apps to track thunderstorms, hail, damaging winds and tornadoes.
- Diaper Derby, Turtle Race featured at May Daze Festival in Blanchard
First graders explore the world of science at USAO
Young, fertile minds soaked up a dose of intellectual growth on Monday morning.
The first graders of Bill Wallace Early Childhood Center traveled on foot to the University of Science and Art Oklahoma for a day of learning.
At 31 inches tall, Knell Gentelman Jack trots into the ring as "Good Golly Miss Molly" resonates throughout the building at the Grady County Fairgrounds. In big circles punctuated by gleeful whinnies, Jack performs his dance during the liberty class at the Miniature Horse Show.
Jack knows a thing or two about liberty. He has danced with death–and escaped–more than once.
- Mother, daughter duo battle MS as team
Archers abound at state meet
Chickasha Archery was on target at the Oklahoma National Archery in the Schools Program shootout in Oklahoma City.
Grady County family brings generations of experience to market
A Pocasset woman, with her daughter and her granddaughter, come from a longstanding tradition of hard work and creativity.
Karen Riley and her daughter, Brandy Sullens of Chickasha, each had a booth at Zoe's Market this weekend.
Swap meet roars into fairgrounds
Auto collectors, start your engines. The 24th Annual International Pre-War Swap Meet at the Grady County Fairgrounds is open today and tomorrow. Parking and admission is free. Gates open at 7 a.m. daily.
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