Shannon Springs goes to the dogs
Halloween isn't just for humans anymore. Man's best friend is invited to put on his or her best paw forward in a doggie costume contest at 3 p.m. this Saturday.
Organization grants Christmas wishes to foster kids
Not everyone gets to go home for Christmas.
Oklahoma Foster Care Christmas Wishes is a program that seeks to make the wishes of foster children come true.
Banned Books Week offers new mindset
Every great author has met with animosity. Removing the truth from assorted veils is the job of any artist. This work is not always popular. Many times, it is chastised and viewed as offensive or pornographic.
This week the U.S. celebrates authors such artists, like Mark Twain, Kurt Vonnegut and George Orwell. And so does Chickasha.
Miss America controversy unwarranted
This year's winner of the annual Miss America pageant looked a little different from the typical Caucasian champion, and the social media world responded to the change.
Friend School takes first step toward weathering storms
Students, state representatives, county officials and other gathered in the Friend School auditorium to celebrate the groundbreaking for the school's safe rooms on Sept. 13.
Reding Farm prepares for another season of scares
The first day of autumn is just around the corner and store aisles are starting to take on a distinct orange-black-purple-hue.
Animal habitat adds new members
There are two new faces at Tiger Safari.
Teka and Marley, two four-year-old white handed gibbon apes are currently on display at Tiger Safari. Currently, these are the only two white handed gibbon apes on exhibit in Oklahoma, Bill Meadows, owner of Tiger Safari in Tuttle, Okla. The huge, 45 acre park has nine different birthday party areas and over 170 different types of animals.
Ring returns after 6 decades
An 85-year-old woman will be reunited with her Chickasha High School class ring after it was flushed down the toilet in 1947.
Imagineering session yields new thoughts
Imagineering—a term invented by Walt Disney in creating his theme parks—combines engineering and imagining.
An imagineering team made up of local business owners, high school students and a professional bowler and others took a "tour de focus" of Playtime Lanes in Chickasha, Johanna Lewis, of First National Bank and Imagineering Facilitator, said.
The many faces of Fast Eddie
Eddie Adamson, Chickasha Chief of Police, has had some adventures.
He missed a bullet by a mechanical fluke, worked with the Clintons and was interviewed by the BBC on the night of his high school prom.
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