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Biggs' jail bill passes committee phase
A bill authored by State Rep. Scott Biggs (R-Chickasha) addressing the Oklahoma Department of Corrections alleged abuse of the county jail system made it past its committee hearing this week.
School Board Appoints Ludwell to Copeland's seat
The Chickasha Public Schools Board of Education unanimously accepted former School Board Member Ryan Copeland's resignation at a special meeting last night, appointing Chris Ludwell to his seat.
Crimestoppers tip leads to narcotics bust
Chickasha Police received a Crimestoppers report on Feb. 18 that led to discovery of narcotics and a variety of weapons, including rifles and handguns.
Local woman warns of gift card grift
A gift card scam reminded one Chickasha resident that if it seems too good to be true, it probably is.
Antique store closes at young age
Jean Horn is closing down her antique shop, Aunt Jean's Attic, after 11 years because she had knee replacement surgery on one knee and needs it on the other.
Man arrested after alledgedly hitting roommate with broom stick
A man was arrested on suspicion of domestic abuse with a dangerous weapon on Feb. 18 after allegedly striking his roommate with a broom handle.
Pondridge residents express rezoning concerns
Home owners on Pondridge Road in Chickasha converged on the city council Monday night to express their dismay over possible rezoning in their community.
Inhofe visits Chickasha for benefit luncheon
Sen. Jim Inhofe spoke about the importance of the oil and gas industry and the attack in Benghazi, Libya during a benefit lunch at Napoli's in Chickasha.
Traffic stop results in marijuana arrest
Two men were arrested for marijuana possession on Feb. 18.
Man arrested for not complying with officer's orders while drinking beer
A man was arrested for obstructing an officer on Feb. 16 after refusing to follow a Chickasha police officer's commands.
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