— Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Jason Henson secures a tarp on a Ford Fusion at the scene of a fatality accident at 9th Street and Grand Avenue Wednesday afternoon. Major Elip Moore of the Chickasha Police Department confirmed the driver of the Fusion was a Chickasha man born in 1946, whose identity was not released pending notification of next of kin. A van was also involved in the accident, with an undetermined number of adults and children in the vehicle, Moore said. They were taken to the hospital and no further information will be released until officers complete their investigation.
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Overview of upcoming Aug. 26 elections
The 2014-2015 school year will begin with a runoff primary and three special school elections in Grady County on Aug. 26.
Ross adds Image Hospice locations to health operation
Ross Health Care expanded its reach this week with the acquisition of Image Hospice locations in Ponca City and Stillwater.
Dorman wants more done on OK execution case
Gubernatorial candidate Joe Dorman (D-Rush Springs) commented on the recent botched execution in Arizona. He said it makes Oklahoma inmate Clayton Lockett's execution even more suspect and the need for an independent investigation is more apparent.
Sex offender allegedly registers wrong address
A registered sex offender was caught giving the wrong address as his residence when a Chickasha Police officer carried out a warrant for his arrest.
Lincoln School, Miles Brown Chapel granted historic designation
Applause from a crowded conference room punctuated the historic designation of Lincoln School and the Miles Brown Chapel on July 22.
Council divided on wildlife issue
The Chickasha City Council rejected changes to the city's animal control ordinance that would have required citizens to call private firms to take care of wildlife.
Council votes against de-annexing Knox land
A request from a Chickasha couple to deannex their property from the eastern edge of the city was denied by the City Council.
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School to start Aug. 20 with traditional seven hour scheduling
Schedule changes were the theme of the Chickasha School Board meeting on Monday.
Solar powered cars travel Chickasha streets
Some unusual automobiles were spotted coming through Chickasha on Tuesday. These solar powered creations at a team of escorts were on the way to the University of Oklahoma, one of the stops on the American Solar Challenge cross country race between teams who have built their own solar powered cars. Aside from turning the sun's rays into energy, they certainly turned plenty of heads.
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