Pioneers blaze trail for needy children
The AT&T Pioneers, which is made of active as well as retired AT&T employees, have embarked on their "pioneer spirit" to help needy children in Grady County.
Canine who found bodies in 9/11 aftermath buried
The sky was unseasonably sunny for a brief window of time over the Pet Memorial Gardens in Norman, Oklahoma.
Ceremony to honor vets held at Shanoan Springs
Crossroads Hospice, VFW and American Legion members held a ceremony in honor of Veteran's Day at Shanoan Springs Rehabilitation and Retirement Center on Nov. 7.
Local nursing home hosts family feast
The residents at Chickasha Nursing Center enjoyed a day of family and feasting on Nov. 22 during their Thanksgiving party.
CPRS concludes possible haunting in Express-Star office
The Express-Star's office building has a long and sordid history. For the last 100 years, the structure has stood the test of time housing a newspaper, a cotton gin and a railroad depot. Like any place with historical significance stories of things that go bump in the night are prevalent.
Women in Business Week: Kell thrives in family business
The world of technology business is often thought of as a man's world, but Sherri Kell has made a career for herself within the company her family built.
Women in Business Week: Groseclose knows nursing takes care
Nursing is a career field almost completely synonymous with women.
- 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.
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