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Funding key to county mental health problem
A recent national study by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration found Oklahoma to have the second highest prevalence of mental illness in the United States.
Council approves sale of land for truck stop construction
Chickasha will see a new truck stop some time in the next three years after the city council voted to sell 17 acres of land to Mike and Scott Bradford for development.
Carpenter, Ferguson win council seats in landslide victories
Christopher Ferguson and incumbent Howard Carpenter won the Ward 1 and Ward 4 city council positions respectively in landslide victories
Police seek leads in Sonic robbery
Chickasha Police are seeking leads after the local Sonic was robbed by two men late Monday night.
Police find drugs inside arrested man
A man was arrested for obstructing an officer, unlawful carry of a weapon, public intoxication, possession of methamphetamine and bringing contraband into jail on March 1.
1 killed in head-on turnpike collision
A head-on collision resulted in the death of one man last night on IH-44 near mile marker 85.
Raymond Meeks (53) of Cyril was killed after he collided with Issa Gakwandi, according to a report from Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
Chickasha man dies while helping motorist
A man died overnight Saturday while trying to assist a motorist on the slick roads of H. E. Bailey Turnpike near Chickasha.
Domestic violence arrest leads to arrest for possession
A woman was arrested for domestic violence in the presence of a child and possession of marijuana on Thursday after she was accused of cheating by her girlfriend.
Woman caught smuggling drugs in private parts
A woman was caught on video pulling drugs out of her vagina after being arrested for possession Thursday afternoon.
Rush Springs city clerk admits to taking city's money
Rush Springs City Clerk John David Morrow admitted to embezzling $12,461.02 from the city since 2007, according to an arrest affidavit.
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