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CPD breaks up year-long meth operation
A traffic stop led to four arrests and the destruction of a possible drug operation that was in business for over a year.
Over reactions plague all walks of life
Zoos, and basically animal enclosures of all kinds, are a hot topic right now. Special interest groups across the nation are working diligently to shut down Sea World. Leftists view such habitats as dangerous for the creatures that dwell there.
Washita Valley Classic gears up with major player still in mind
When Chad Randle steps onto the first tee at the Washita Valley Classic golf tournament on July 4, he's not sure what he'll feel.
Juvenile suspected of swinging metal pipe at officer
A 15-year-old male was arrested early Thursday morning for assaulting a police officer with a metal pipe.
Burglary suspect accused of threatening his victim
A man was arrested for first degree burglary Friday morning after he allegedly broke into a house and threatened its residents.
Willetts signs to play soccer for OWU
A Chickasha contingent will be present when Oklahoma Wesleyan University starts its fall soccer season.
New bakery features edible works of art
Brigette's Sweet Artistry, at 218 W. Pennsylvania Ave. will have its grand opening tonight from 6 to 9 p.m. Free samples–including chocolate chip scones–and desserts for sale will be among the attractions.
Family Dollar shutting doors after 22 years
After more than two decades of business the Chickasha Family Dollar will shut its doors permanently Aug. 31.
The science of shyness revealed
Shy people have quite a bit to contend with - not least the word itself.
New Verden coach hits Tiger basketball ground running
New Verden coach Kevin McLendon has spent the summer guiding basketball players through their paces as he adjusts to life as a Tiger.
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