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Hurley to 'keep things simple' as Verden's new mayor
New Verden Mayor Mike Hurley would love to see the town grow, but he also understands simplicity is a virtue.
Three vehicles involved in crash on 4th St.
Three vehicles were involved in a crash on Wednesday afternoon allegedly caused by a driver under the influence of intoxicants.
Standley Systems demonstrate 3D printing services
If you can dream it, you can print it. Standley Systems, a company based in Chickasha, offers 3D printing services at their 26 E. Main location in Oklahoma City.
Rock thrown from overpass struck wife like 'an explosion'
It felt like an explosion, Randy Budd said. An 8-pound rock the size of a soccer ball propelled from a highway overpass shattered the windshield of the family’s Nissan Rogue in the middle of the night, striking his wife, Sharon, in the face.
Survey shows colleges flouting sexual assault rules
More than 40 percent of 440 colleges and universities surveyed by Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., haven't investigated a sexual assault in the past five years, according to a report released Wednesday.
Retired superintendent Glaze recognized at reception
Friends, family and faculty met at the Chickasha High School Activity Center for a reception to honor former Superintendent Jim Glaze's 31 years of leadership through service.
Retail developer eyes up water line, road expansion
The developer looking to bring a large retail center to Chickasha is now working with the city to extend water and waste water to the planned construction area in addition to an expansion of Grand Avenue.
CPS to hold work shop for in-need subs
Chickasha Public Schools is in need of Substitute Teachers for the 2014-2015 School Year.
Goodwill's Donate-a-thon helps CHS sports teams
Residents can provide twice the amount of assistance in one afternoon on July 26 when Goodwill hosts its first annual Donate-A-Thon.
Are America's biggest alcohol brands targeting the country's underage youth?
Underage drinkers - those between the ages of 18 and 20, most specifically - are more heavily exposed to printed alcohol advertisements than any other age group, according to a new study. And it's America's biggest booze companies that could be to blame.
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