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Blanchard City Council decision could lead to 130 new jobs
The Blanchard Municipal Authority voted to amend their zoning ordinance to rezone 80 acres of land near 280th Street and Highway 76 from an agricultural to an industrial district for developing an industrial complex Tuesday night.
Dorman explains platform to Caddo County Democrats
State Representative Joe Dorman stressed the importance of providing equal education and career opportunities for Oklahoma's children at a meeting of the Caddo County Democrats Monday night.
Sweet tooth shoplifter nabbed at Loves with gloves
A man was arrested for stealing merchandise from Love's–including two kinds of pie–on Monday.
UPDATE: Chickasha police investigating apparent murder-suicide
A woman has been killed and a man seriously injured after a shooting in south Chickasha.
Accused's fiance gives chilling testimony at prelim., trial will occur
The Preliminary Hearing for Steven Thompson, the man accused of killing a woman in June of last year brought a mix of emotions and theatrics to the Grady County Courthouse this morning.
Prelim. hearing today for man accused in June Amber murder
Steven Thompson, the man accused of killing Sara Maisano with a shotgun in June, will be in court today for his preliminary hearing.
Commissioners lift burn ban in weekly meeting
The Grady County Burn Ban has been lifted for one week, the Grady County Commissioners decided on Monday.
Man calls officers to arrest him for dishonesty toward police
A man called Chickasha Police because he wanted to be taken into custody after committing no crime Friday morning.
Heart attack scare leads to cocaine arrest
A man was arrested for possession of crack/cocaine on Feb. 22 after he asked a Chickasha Police Officer where the hospital was because he feared his passenger was having a heart attack.
Traffic stop leads to meth arrest
A man was arrested on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance after a pipe with residue was found during a traffic stop.
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