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March 26, 2014

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Rain may cause slick road conditions today, but is expected to clear up by tomorrow.


Today is expected to be windy with rainy conditions and a high of 54F. Tomorrow is expected to be windy with a mix of sun and clouds and a high of 80.


"Fire-Fest," an event for people 15-20 with music and food, will be held at 6:30 tonight at the NewSong Church of Chickasha at 725 N. 8th Street.

The Borden Park Community Center will have a dance featuring Second Chance tomorrow from 7-9 p.m.

Tomorrow's Headlines

Relay for Life meets at noon today in the 5 Oaks Basement to discuss upcoming plans for Relay for Life Chickasha 2014. New changes and other Relay details will be highlighted. Read the update in tomorrow's edition of the Express-Star.

The Blanchard Municipal Improvement Authority approved a proposed Water Master Plan, which includes a plan to buy water from Newcastle and increase water storage. Read about the details in tomorrow's edition.

An anonymous donor offered to pay for the more than 50 animals in the Chickasha Animal Shelter to get spayed or neutered and SpayWay from Oklahoma City will conduct the surgeries on Friday.



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