Three Tuttle softball players sign with OBU
Salem Anthony, Alex Luce and Annie Combs signed their letters of intent to play softball at Oklahoma Baptist University on Tuesday afternoon in the Tuttle High School library. Express-Star photos by Aaron Colen, sports editor.
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Editorial: Transit service good, but could be better
Although we recognize the Washita Valley Transit System serves a great need in Grady County, we also think evaluation is in order.
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Man accused of squeezing child's stomach until she vomited
A man was arrested for child abuse after allegedly slapping his daughter's face, causing her to bleed, and squeezing her stomach, causing her to vomit, in the parking lot of Nana Sue's on March 8.
CHS girls fire six past Shawnee; boys lose by one
Chickasha soccer got off to a mixed start on Monday night.
Street brawl results in public intox. arrest
A man was arrested for public intoxication after allegedly being caught wrestling with the owner of a car he hit on 19th Street on March 7.
2 Chickasha men involved in train vs. car fatality
A man was killed after a train conducted by a Chickasha man struck his car early yesterday morning in Grant County.
Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma coming to Chickasha to help elderly with financial planning
There's a lot to think about in one's autumn years. Handling medical bills as well as drafting wills and power of attorney documents are challenges that usually come with age.
Lady Chicks punch state ticket
The Chickasha girls will extend their postseason to the state tournament round after a 48-42 win over El Reno in area on Saturday.
Transit service strapped by financial burdens
Chickasha resident Carol Lambrose refuses to use the Washita Valley Transit System (WVTS).
"It sucks," she said.
Tractor Supply opens doors to public
The Tractor Supply Company at 300 E. Grand Ave. is open for business after its ribbon cutting ceremony yesterday.
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