Chickasha ALDI customers were initiated with a quarter and their own shopping bag on Thursday.
The Chickasha Area Arts Council (CAAC) is pleased to invite family, friends, students and the community to attend its second Art Show of 2019 at the 7th Street Art Connection.
Several retirements homes in Chickasha celebrated Valentines Day by choosing a King and Queen among its residents. Leona Slaydon from Shanoan Springs was very excited to be crowned.
Chickasha City Council’s effort to meet with residents from each of the City’s four wards will continue this month. The meeting for residents of Ward 2 is set for Tuesday, February 26 at 6:30 p.m. Ward 2 Council Members are Joe Molder and Kimberly Loggins.
The Ninnekah Community Cemetery is laying a few mysteries to rest through science and the sharing of family histories.
Chickasha Public Schools administration recently caught a $2,176,843.86 underpayment in ad valorem taxes due to a county error.
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is offering a $5,000 reward for information on the whereabouts of two suspects connected to a homicide in Chickasha.
The Ninnekah Police Department announced on social media that a third suspect is being sought in a burglary earlier this week.
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is still seeking two suspects allegedly involved the homicide of a Chickasha teen.
UPDATE: Lynn Williams, OSBI Special Assistant to the Southwest Region, indicated at press conference streamed by News 9 that drug activity and gangs may have been involved in the homicide.
The 7th Annual Chocolate Celebration is set to take place from 5 to 7 p.m. on Feb. 12 in the Epworth Church Life Center at 4th and Iowa Ave. in Chickasha.
The Chickasha Area Arts Council (CAAC) is offering two free First Saturday Morning Art Classes for Children, ages 4-7 and 8-12, on Feb. 2 from 10-11a.m.
While issues of race and ethnic diversity still persist today as sites of contention that divide our citizens, state and nation, the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma is hosting a gala fundraiser to benefit the Dr. Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher Center for Social Justice and Racial Healing.
Although the federal government shutdown has ended, impacted federal employees will not begin receiving back pay until later this week or the start of next week and impacted federal contractors are unlikely to receive back pay. As a result, the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma will offer four …
The Friends of the Chickasha Public Library is planning its spring $1 Used Book Sale in April and is accepting donations from the community -- homes, schools, businesses and churches.
Students looking to customize their college degree can now major in multidisciplinary studies at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma.
The City of Chickasha, in conjunction with the Open Streets Planning Committee and the YMCA of Greater Oklahoma City, will be hosting the third annual Open Streets event in downtown Chickasha on Saturday, May 4.
PEO members celebrated their sesquicentennial (150 years) founders day in the banquet room of the First Christian Church on Jan. 22. The annual luncheon for the four Chickasha chapters was hosted by chapter DV. Chapter CR presented a style show to honor the seven founders. Dress was provided…
Tom Rose (left) shakes hands with John Noblitt (right) Chickasha City Manager. Rose was appointed to the vacant Ward 1 seat following the resignation of former Chickasha City Council member, Mark Keeling. A Ward 1 City Council member will be elected in April.
Grady Memorial Hospital recently announced that they have coordinated efforts with Mediflight (owned and operated by Air Methods) in order to base a full time emergency air transport helicopter and flight crew at the hospital. The helipad is located on the east side of the Emergency Depart…
The Chickasha Area Arts Council (CAAC) is excited to invite family, friends and the community to attend its first Art Show at the 7th Street Art Connection.
- Unidentified passenger dies in collision with semi
- OSBI: Chickasha murders suspects arrested in Lawton
- Chickasha ALDI opens with fanfare
- Chickasha ALDI’s grand opening set for Feb. 21
- ‘The Heilman Family Art Exhibit’ to be held Feb. 24
- Lady Chicks fight hard in final game of season
- OSBI: $5,000 reward for information on Chickasha homicide
- Allen takes landslide win, Am-Po proposition passes in school elections
- Lady Longhorn run ends at regional tournament
- Area basketball teams win playoff titles