An intoxicated driver is facing charges after a rollover fatality killed a passenger, according to Chickasha Police.
With Oklahoma returning to a sense of normalcy after the COVID-19 situation, that means lakes and rivers will be ready for guests this Memorial Day weekend.
More than 100 cars drove through the circle drive at Glenhaven Retirement Village on Friday afternoon. Family and friends honked and waved signs at their loved ones.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) has reported 72 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19, 49 recoveries and two deaths in Grady County as of May 22.
The 2020 Wings & Wheels Fly-In & Car Show will be held at the Chickasha Municipal Airport on Saturday, June 20.
The City of Chickasha would like to congratulate Susan Earnest for being named the City of Chickasha’s most recent Employee of the Quarter.
The Grady County Sheriff's Office is happy to announce the hiring of Shayne Melton as our newest School Resource Deputy. Deputy Melton will be the SRO for the Canadian Valley Technology Center in Chickasha.
We at Five Oaks Medical Group Pediatric department are thankful for your trust during this time of global COVID pandemic. We are privileged to care for your children. We acknowledge that the COVID pandemic is unprecedented, and that we as a scientific community are working diligently to le…
Due to COVID-19, the June Tax Sale will be held on the law on the East side of the Grady County Courthouse. In case of inclement weather, it will be held at the Grady County Fairgrounds in the Community Building. Only registered bidders will be able to attend. Masks and social distancing are…
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma’s governor has signed a controversial measure that attempts to pre-empt officials from enacting so-called “red flag laws.”
The Chickasha City Council approved a $278,000 bid to Silver Star Construction Co. to resurface several streets in Chickasha on Monday night.
Eight deserving students from Lincoln Elementary will be receiving bikes to start their summer break, courtesy of Chickasha’s Rotary Roll Call Program.
On Tuesdays, the Oklahoma State Department of Health reported a total of 5,489 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in the state and six additional deaths.
MIAMI, Okla. — Mikal Scott-Werner wears several hats in her life. She’s a wife, mother of two and the second councilman for the Ottawa Tribe of Oklahoma.
OKLAHOMA CITY — A Republican lawmaker said he’s furious after legislators approved raises for private prison employees, but then said they can’t afford increases for workers already on state payrolls.
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma’s Board of Regents recently recognized the accomplishments of three faculty members with awards for superior teaching, scholarly activity and public service.
Beginning today, May 18, the library's stacks will be open. This means patrons can view all of the items available for checkout when they visit the library. Masks are required to enter the building and small children are not allowed in the building at this time. The library's hours will cont…
Due to the increased and overwhelming concerns about the COVID-19 virus, First Presbyterian Church of Chickasha has announced the cancellation of the Summer Food and Fun Community Event for 2020.
OKLAHOMA CITY — A measure that would provide the state’s pensioners their first cost-of-living adjustment in more than a decade is headed to the governor.
The Chickasha Economic Development Council will be offering $500 sponsorships to venues in the Chickasha City limits that book local musicians in the month of June.
Although campus is closed over the summer, the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma will offer virtual reading tutoring to elementary students in the area at no cost. Senior teacher education students at USAO will serve as tutors under the supervision of Dr. Linda McElroy, professor of…
A drug and alcohol treatment program for women in Muskogee wanted to continue to engage clients and their families, especially during the coronavirus pandemic.
Grady Memorial Hospital enjoyed a spring picnic, snacks and games under cloudy skies on Wednesday. Several football players from Moore and Newcastle attended to help serve local healthcare workers: Charles Thompson from OU, Casey Thompson from Texas, Jacob Morris from OSU, Perry Olson from N…
Aday after releasing redacted documents that kept hidden the identity of suppliers of personal protective equipment and other materials, the state on Wednesday reversed course and released the information to The Frontier.
OKLAHOMA CITY — The state remains on track to begin the next phase of business reopenings later this week even as hospitalization numbers spiked Wednesday and health officials worked to resolve testing accessibility problems.
Five Oaks Medical Group providers say their patients have been clamoring for an antibody testing to determine if they have been exposed.
As of this advisory, there are 4,852 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma. There are no additional deaths.There are 278 total deaths in the state.In Grady County, there are 52 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19, 39 recoveries and two deaths. In Chickasha there are 25 cases, 16 …
A third grade teacher at Grand Avenue Elementary has tested positive for COVID-19, according to a Facebook post by the school.
With the shutdown of everything non- essential and social distancing becoming the new normal, one area of concern is voting. At the very heart of our democracy is the ability to vote. However, if we eliminate gatherings, as we have been instructed to do, voting is problematic. As of now the …
The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics says fake oxycodone pills are linked to at least two recent deaths in central Oklahoma, and more people could be at risk. Agency Spokesman Mark Woodward says two individuals overdosed and died Sunday evening, May 10th in Oklahoma County after buying counterf…
While the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma’s historic campus may be closed to the public, the institution has leveraged technology so that graduates of the spring 2020 term can still have their achievements publicly recognized at a virtual commencement ceremony May 22 at 6 p.m. at …
There’s not enough testing machines to process the increases, said Shelley Zumwalt, a spokeswoman for the state Department of Health. She said the state does have enough test kits and the necessary reagent to process them.
This Week's Circulars
Funeral service for Arthur "Hoppy" Dwight Hargus will be at 2:00 PM Friday, May 22, 2020 at Bible Baptist Church in Chickasha, OK. Pastor Lynn Walker will officiate. Hoppy was born the son of Arthur "Poss" Raymond Hargus and Ruth (Reed) Hargus on December 16, 1950 in Cement, OK. He passed fr…
Graveside service for Louise Bell, age 76 of Alex, Oklahoma, will be held at the Alex Cemetery on Wednesday, May 20, 2010, at 1:00 p.m.. Rev. Ashley Green Young will officiate. Grace Louise was born the daughter of George Stuard and Arvada Rodgers Stuard on April 13, 1944. Louise and her sis…
Douglas Derrell Kuhlman, age 30, died on May 8 2020. He is survived by his son Jaxon, his sister Brittany Kuhlman, mother Lisa Kuhlman, father Tracy Kuhlman, and uncles Terry Kuhlman and Kevin Kuhlman. A private family service will be held to honor his passing. Cremation arrangements are wit…
- Chickasha man arrested for manslaughter, DUI following rollover fatality
- Chickasha Police: Standoff suspect fired shots at his wife
- Subject in custody following standoff in Chickasha
- Hospital CEO concerned about community spread, commissioners meet at courthouse June 1
- Local residents ask city manager to apologize to firefighters
- Chickasha’s Wings & Wheels Fly-In & Car Show Announced for Father’s Day Weekend
- Oklahoma Coaches Association votes to cancel 2020 All-State games, coaches clinic
- Purcell motorcyclist injured near Dibble
- Shayne Melton hired on as School Resource Deputy for GCSO
- Chickasha City Council approves street resurfacing project