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June 3, 2014

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CHICKASHA —

Weather

Abundant sunshine is in store today, with a high of 95. Rising temperatures are expected tomorrow with a high between 98 and 102 and a low of 71.

Events

The Stepping Stones Alliance will have Tai Chi classes for people over the age of 45 who are interested. Bring yourself and water. The classes will be at noon tomorrow in the parish hall of St. Luke's Episcopal Church.

Tomorrow's Headlines

The Chickasha City Council accepted a bid to complete the raw water transfer pump project at the water treatment plant and a bid on oil and gas leases for city-owned property north of Anadarko last night. Read more in tomorrow's issue of The Express-Star.

Chickasha boys head basketball coach Nathan Pennypacker has submitted his resignation for approval by the Board of Education in their regular meeting next week. It is understood Pennypacker will look to pursue other opportunities. Pennypacker spent just one season with the Fightin' Chicks. More on this story as it develops.

Amber-Pocasset senior outfielder Ethan James has been selected to play on the All-State Small West baseball team. The game takes place at 4:30 p.m. on July 29 at Oral Roberts University.

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