Local banker hits all 50 states
It was a quest so big, Bill Graves had to use both hands.
Posing for a picture in front of a Pennsylvania sign, Graves holds up a hand with five fingers splayed and another creating a zero, signifying that he had finally completed his quest to see all 50 United States.
Top rodeo wrangler readies for nationals
McKenna Rogers, age eight, rode her way to the top of the Little Britches Rodeo at the Grady County Fairgrounds last weekend.
Expo features items repurposed for sale, use
Combing the fanciful with the rustic, the Ruffles and Rust Expo will take place on 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on July 20 at the Grady County Fairgrounds.
Dumpster kittens ready for adoption
Two months ago seven kittens were found in a dumpster at the Whispering Pines Apartment Complex, and placed in the Chickasha Animal Shelter. Despite a poor beginning, three of the kittens are alive and well living in foster care.
Chickasha native to be in "The King and I"
You could say that Vahn Phollurxa, soon to appear in a production of "The King and I" at the Civic Center in Oklahoma City, got his start in Chickasha.
Paw Paw's celebrates 45 years, restaurant passed down a third generation
In spite of several trips to Dunn's Food Center to restock, Paw Paw's Hamburgers in Chickasha had to turn their "open" sign off around at 3:30 in the afternoon.
That's what happens when you offer 1968 prices in 2013.
Library has versatile past
History books line the shelves of the Chickasha Library, but this building proves to have a rather interesting past in itself.
Warriors of the West
Rodeos are often compared to modern day gladiator events, as men come face-to-face with beasts they must tame.
Man finds inspiration from the king of rock
When the office where Kraig Parker worked decided to throw an Elvis-themed party, there was just one question. Who would be the king?
Local artist uses pencil to sketch life
Bryan Bramblett began honing his craft at a young age.
When he was about eight, Bramblett said his mother took him to the Mushroom, which used to be an art studio in Chickasha. Bramblett said that these Saturdays are what spurred his interest in art.
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