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April 7, 2014

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Wet roads and foggy conditions may cause hazardous conditions on the roads. Drive with caution.


Today is expected to be rainy with isolated thunderstorms with highs in the mid 60s and lows in the mid 40s. Tomorrow is expected to be partly cloudy and windy with temperatures warming to the low 70s.


A Chickasha High School PTO meeting is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. tonight in the CHS Commons area.

Lisa Hatchett and Damon Logue host a barbecue dinner and silent auction tomorrow to benefit Joe Dorman's campaign for governor.

USAO will host Kendra Hollenbeck's senior recital at 7 p.m. tomorrow in the USAO Alumni Chapel.

There will be a student recital at noon tomorrow in Davis Hall Room 124.

Tomorrow's Headlines

Four Chickasha residents were arrested for smoking marijuana in the presence of a 2-year-old child yesterday. Read more details in tomorrow's edition of The Express-Star.

Minco hosted an arts and crafts show on Saturday featuring clothes, jewelry, drawings, pony rides and more. Read more about the fair in tomorrow's edition of The Express-Star.

Ross Seed Company True Value had their annual Plant Day, their strongest sales day of the year, featuring new and discounted plants, vegetables and annuals as well as $10 flats. Read more about Plant Day in tomorrow's edition.

Members of the MacDowell Music Club will be performing April 13 at 2:30 p.m. in the First Baptist Church Parlor for the club's annual Junior Festival Student Winners' Program. The program will be introduced by Wendy Landes of Tuttle, OK and will be presented by 19 talented young pianists and vocalists. These musicians, who competed and were winners in the Junior Festival held recently on the USAO campus, will be performing their contest selections.

Verden kicked off Class B No.1 Lookeba-Sickles to win the Panther Classic in Amber on Saturday in a warm-up to this week's Grady County Tournament.

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