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Chickasha is first in state for recycling
Chickasha was named the number one recycling community in Oklahoma this weekend by the Metropolitan Environmental Trust.
Commissioners, emergency management address potential winter weather
This week's weather could be another roller coaster, Dale Thompson, Grady County Emergency Management Director, said.
Attempted Walmart thefts results in 2 weekend arrests
There were two alleged attempted Walmart thefts, which were foiled over the weekend.
Arrested man admits he touched student inappropriately
A man turned himself into the police after admitting he provided a minor with beer and attempted to touch the juvenile inappropriately.
Police dog finds weed during routine traffic stop
A traffic stop resulted in a drug arrest after a police dog sniffed something a bit foul in the car.
Man alledgedly poked former girlfriend in temple over video game console dispute
A fight over a video game console led to one arrest and a domestic violence charge Nov. 13.
Raising rates could be key to fixing water problem
Chickasha is facing a flood of problems when it comes to water.
After a lengthy campaign over a capital improvements tax that inevitably resulted in the tax's renewal, the city is now tasked with a $150 million restructure of Chickasha's water system.
School board prepares for year of events
The Chickasha Board of Education met on Nov. 11 to discuss the A-F State Report Cards, plan for upcoming events, update policies and celebrate some successes.
Blanchard woman was unaware her car was stolen when it was found in Tuttle
A Blanchard woman's car was found in Tuttle before she knew it was missing last week, when two alleged thives crashed the vehicle in a ditch.
Mother alledgedly employs minor daughter in attempted theft
A woman was arrested Nov. 10 after allegedly implicating her daughter in a shoplifting incident at Walmart.
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