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Dorman speaks to CVTC student ambassadors
State Rep. Joe Dorman (D-Rush Springs) spoke to the student ambassadors at the Canadian Valley Technology Center Chickasha campus about state budget and encouraged voting based on specific candidate views as part of his gubernatorial campaign yesterday.
Woman arrested for threatening officer with 'hand' gun following car accident
A woman, who was involved in a head-on collision on 4th Street and Grand Ave. yesterday, was arrested for assaulting an officer after she allegedly began yelling at and threatening officers on the scene.
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Annual Drover concert begins today
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma's Spring Triad of events kicks off tomorrow with chalk drawing and music starting in the morning.
Woman discovers possible drug left in her home
A woman made an unpleasant discovery in her apartment Tuesday.
Millsap new Norman Transcript publisher
Oklahoma native Mark Millsap has been named publisher of The Norman Transcript, effective immediately.
Board votes to bring new jail administrator to Chickasha
The Grady County Criminal Justice Authority chose the candidate for Law Enforcement Center Administrator and approved a pay scale increase that raised the starting wage for jail employees to $12 per hour Monday.
April elections feature bond issue, Tuttle council
A $12 million bond for the repair and remodel of the Canadian Valley Technology Center campus, the Tuttle mayor and ward 3 councilmember will be decided today.
2 arrested in intoxicated shoplifting incident
Two women allegedly stole $184.56 worth of merchandise from the Chickasha Walmart while intoxicated Saturday.
Police searching for burglary suspect
Chickasha Police are looking for a man who allegedly broke into a woman's house on 13th Street this morning.
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