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Tigers come back to advance to Grady County semis
Verden has become accustomed to winning at this year's Grady County Tournament hosts Amber. Three wins at that exact field in last week's Panther Classic was followed up by a 5-2 come from behind victory against Ninnekah on Thursday. The Owls made it difficult for them, coming back from an early run to take the lead.
Redskins rout Alex in run-ruled game
Rush Springs eased into the Grady County tournament semifinals with a run-rule 10-0 win over Alex.
Man allegedly chased minor with baton
Police were called about a fight at a convenience store in which a man allegedly chased a minor with a steel baton yesterday.
Landlord allegedly threatens tenant with gun
One unfortunate Chickasha renter was allegedly asked for his rent money at gunpoint yesterday.
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Hospital volunteers honored at luncheon
The Grady County Memorial Hospital Auxiliary volunteers cracked jokes and discussed their time at the hospital over a lunch held in their honor yesterday.
County jail service agreement approved at Minco City Council
The Minco City Council unanimously approved the Grady County Jail Service Agreement to house Minco offenders at the current rate of $57 per day Monday.
Allegedly intoxicated woman arrested for yelling at cars
Reports of a woman calling in the street for help with a flat tire allegedly led to her arrest for a Caddo County warrant and the driver's arrest for driving under the influence of Hydrocodone, Xanax and Seroquel.
Candidates file for local, state races
Many candidates filed for state and county offices in Oklahoma yesterday. The filing period for county offices ends Friday at 5 p.m., according to a press release from the Grady County Election Board.
Late Lessig strike sinks Racers in first district win
After a week out of action, Chickasha soccer got their spring going with a bang on Tuesday in an exciting 2-1 win over Newcastle.
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