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Chickasha Public School calendar change could benefit district
A proposed change to the Chickasha Public School calendar could have several benefits in addition to a little extra summer vacation time.
Superintendent David Cash said that by extending the school start date from Aug. 14 to Aug. 20the school district could bring in additional state and federal funds as well as save on electricity during the hottest days of the year.
Safe room project meeting explains requirements
A public meeting about the new safe room project was held in the Canadian Valley Technology Center on July 11 in Room B.
Grady County Emergency Management recently received notice from the the Grady County Home Finance Authority of a county wide safe room program.
Video: Standley Systems celebrates 80th birthday
When all the lights come alive on the office printer, a document won't scan or a carefully crafted presentation refuses to print, the comic fragility of the world becomes apparent. But these situations can be pretty serious when business depends so much on the transfer of documents.
For 80 years, Standley Systems has been helping businesses by selling them quality machines, offering 24 hour customer service and optimizing the office workflow.
Sex offender arrested for committing lewd acts toward a child
A registered sex offender was arrested Thursday morning after he was accused of driving by two female minors while masturbating.
FOL volleyball tournament brings Christmas cheer in July
The Festival of Light's volleyball tournament kicked off several months of fundraising efforts on July 4.
Dorman unveils 'Classrooms First' initiative
Joe Dorman continued an aggressive gubernatorial campaign this week following June's primaries.
OSU Director of Campus Life Kent Sampson to greet Grady County OSU freshmen
The Grady County Chapter of the Oklahoma State University Alumni Association will host an Ice Cream Social and Senior Send-Off on tonight at 6 p.m. in Chickasha. OSU Alumni, current OSU students and their families, prospective OSU students and their families, and friends of OSU are invited to this event which will be held at the Helen Ward Seminar Building #200, 1401 W. Michigan, at the Canadian Valley Technology Center, Chickasha.
Physical therapy helps some patients return home
It may be assumed that a nursing home is a last stop, but with the help of physical therapy, this isn't always the case.
Physical therapy involves the remediation of impairments and disabilities that decrease mobility in the home and community.
Around the Clock Home Care take time for patients
Locally owned and operated, Around the Clock Home Care provides care–in many forms–to patients 24 hours a day.
Ruffles and Rust Expo returns to Chickasha
The Ruffles and Rust Expo is returning to Chickasha on Saturday, providing frills and vintage thrills.
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