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.
Local group helps soldiers fight post-war battles
Sometimes the war doesn't end after a soldier comes home.
Every day, 22 veterans commit suicide in the United States, Marshia Byte, Chief Operating Officer at Byte and Associates Counseling, said.
Main Street prepares to put fresh coat of paint on local businesses
Andrew Ford is looking to put a fresh coat of paint on Main Street.
Chickasha Paranormal Research Society visits familiar haunt
On a normal Friday, Yesteryears 50s Diner is usually known for dishing out food to the citizens of Chickasha. However, at the stroke of 8 p.m. on Aug. 9, Yesteryear’s became the site of a paranormal investigation.
Organazation already looking toward holiday
August might seem a little early to think about Christmas, but for Operation Christmas Child shoebox enthusiasts, it's a great time to stock up on school supplies, Dara Brensing, Operation Christmas Child Regional Manager, said.
Rabbinical students spread heritage pride
Wandering around an area with stiffling temperatures is nothing new for those of Jewish heritage. The 40-year struggle of the Israelites is one of the most common stories associated with The Old Testament.
Today, there are Jews wandering around hot Oklahoma communities looking for leadership, and a place to celebrate their Judaism. Lucky for them, Roving Rabbiis are spreading such leadership like horse radish on matzo.
CPRS explores news depths in haunted submarine
Chickasha has its own group of Ghostbusters. They call themselves the Chickasha Paranormal Research Society.
Ropes course creates common bonds
Being horizontally hoisted by a group of people through a tire is a great way to break out of one's shell.
The high and low ropes course at Canadian Valley Technology Center in Chickasha aim to build team building and trust between team members, Dallas Smith, CVTC ropes instructor said.
Ambassador program seeks youth for trip to Mediterranean
The People to People Ambassador Program is looking for 9th through 12th grade students to go on a 20 day trip through Italy, Sicily and Greece.
Ninnekah plant produces classic meat
Many Oklahomans find themselves on the road during the summer. Visiting attractions large and small usually involves a drive due to the spread out nature of the state.
To refuel, many opt for the tried and true, dried and cured snack sold in any gas station worth its sodium: beef jerky.
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