March 17, 2014

Quick Hits



Grady County Emergency Management reported normal traffic conditions.


Today is expected to be sunny with highs in the mid 60s and lows in the mid 40s. Tomorrow is expected to be sunny with highs in the low 70s and lows in the upper 30s.


The Chisholm Trail Republican Women will have a meeting at 6:30 tonight at the Canadian Valley Tech Center at 1401 Michigan Ave., Chickasha.

An Alzheimer Support Group will be held at 6 p.m. tomorrow at Sterling House, 801 W. Country Club Rd.

Tomorrow's Headlines

A man was arrested yesterday for eating a bag of beef jerky at the Circle K store and possession of Xanax.

Couple arrested for doing drugs in front of infant child

A weekend traffic stop leads to a drug arrest. The arrestees are accused of smoking the ganja while their infant child was in the back seat. They also told police they were partaking of some road beers.

A man was arrested for domestic abuse yesterday after getting in a screaming argument with his sister that resulted in him breaking a coffee cup over her head.

Chickasha soccer came away with a pair of wins from Woodward last Friday. The Lady Chicks (2-0-1) got their victory via kicks from the penalty spot after the game finished 1-1. Madison Snyder made the crucial save for Chickasha while four players converted their penalties necessary for the win.
Devin Warden and Chance Mata struck for the Fightin' Chicks to give the boys their first win of the season, taking their record to 1-2-0 for the season. It was Chance Mata's second goal of the year so far. 
Josh Latham was named a state champion for the second time in three weeks, this time in powerlifting at McCloud on Friday. Latham won at 220-pounds, while Oron Bowman was named state runner-up at 224. Spencer Crumrine also competed at the state tournament.



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