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Girl Scout donates to Locks of Love
Six-year-old Madison Dunn donated her long hair to Locks of Love when she learned that some children don't have hair.
Howling at the Gates:
The web comic, "Howling at the Gates" begins when mad scientist Hypatia tells her boyfriend Grant that she plans to kidnap Pythagorus with her time machine.
Court rules Oklahoma gay marriage ban unconstitutional for second time
A federal appeals court judge ruled for the second time the state of Oklahoma cannot prevent homosexuals from marrying, and Chickasha native Aron Seymour couldn't be more excited.
Hurley to 'keep things simple' as Verden's new mayor
New Verden Mayor Mike Hurley would love to see the town grow, but he also understands simplicity is a virtue.
Three vehicles involved in crash on 4th St.
Three vehicles were involved in a crash on Wednesday afternoon allegedly caused by a driver under the influence of intoxicants.
Standley Systems demonstrate 3D printing services
If you can dream it, you can print it. Standley Systems, a company based in Chickasha, offers 3D printing services at their 26 E. Main location in Oklahoma City.
Retired superintendent Glaze recognized at reception
Friends, family and faculty met at the Chickasha High School Activity Center for a reception to honor former Superintendent Jim Glaze's 31 years of leadership through service.
Retail developer eyes up water line, road expansion
The developer looking to bring a large retail center to Chickasha is now working with the city to extend water and waste water to the planned construction area in addition to an expansion of Grand Avenue.
CPS to hold work shop for in-need subs
Chickasha Public Schools is in need of Substitute Teachers for the 2014-2015 School Year.
Woman implicates sister in meth pipe find
Tuttle police arrested a woman over the July 4 weekend as she insinuated the meth pipe and syringe found in her purse belonged to her sister.
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