Preston Kyle Holley, 38, of Woodward, was arrested in connection to a burglary in Stillwater.
It was time to take Dad to the VA Hospital for another checkup, and he wasn’t happy about it. Even though he was mobile, doing anything out of the ordinary made him nervous.
An intoxicated driver is facing charges after a rollover fatality killed a passenger, according to Chickasha Police.
For many landscapes, the most prominent feature is the lawn. Because of our geographic location, Oklahoma permits turfgrass species popular in all parts of the country to be grown somewhere in the state.
Memorial Day began as Decoration Day to remember and honor all those who died during the Civil War. While it originated among relatives of Confederate soldiers in 1866, the Union veterans organization, the Grand Army of the Republic, adopted the concept in 1868. The GAR's first commander, Gen. John A. Logan, issued General Order No. 11 on May 5, 1868, asking the membership to observe May 30 as an annual observance to honor the Union dead. It became known as Decoration Day.
Following guidance from the White House, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and state and local public health authorities, Chickasaw National Recreation Area is increasing recreational access in accordance with Oklahoma’s “Open Up and Recover Safely” plan. The National Park Service (NPS) is working servicewide with federal, state, and local public health authorities to closely monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and using a phased approach to increase access on a park-by-park basis.
As of May 23, the Oklahoma State Department of Health reported 5,960 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 and 311 total deaths.
Women account for about three-fourths of all COVID-19 infections among health care workers and in nursing homes in Oklahoma, resulting in a higher proportion of women than men overall infected across the state.
Enid and Garfield County Emergency Management Director Mike Honigsberg said Friday's early morning storms caused damage across the area.
The Norman Citizens Advisory Board says its members are mostly satisfied with the Norman Police Department's investigation into an officer's "extremely inappropriate" movie reference in an email to the department.
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.
Selling images of an intimate partner without their consent will soon become a felony after the passage of Senate Bill 1492, according to a release from State Senator Kim David.
The ACLU of Oklahoma is asking for an independent investigation into Jacob McDonough, the Norman Police Department officer who referenced Ku Klux Klan imagery in an email to the department.
OKLAHOMA CITY – A convenience to Oklahoma consumers born out of the pandemic will be allowed to remain in place. The measure, by Sen Roger Thompson, R-Okemah, and Rep. Kevin Wallace, R-Wellston, allows curbside sales or home deliveries of beer, wine and spirits to continue. Gov. Kevin Stitt signed Senate Bill 1928 into law Thursday.
Edit: It appears the suspect’s first name is spelled Bryan, not Brian, according to his booking information on the Grady County Law Enforcement website.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) has reported 71 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19, 48 recoveries and two deaths as of May 21.
Chickasha Police have confirmed that a subject was taken into custody following a standoff on Elmview Drive in Chickasha on Thursday morning.
❝Enid is such a supportive community, and when you see this, it warms your heart. It's always good to see the community come together, especially to support our seniors.❞ — Kristie Browne
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 Edmond Historical Society and Museum will virtually present 1940s Radio Comedy Theater: "Fibber McGee the Census Taker" for free at 2 p.m. June 14.
While many local businesses were largely affected by closings due to the COVID-19 pandemic, one local industry reached new heights over the last couple of months.
Pittsburg County Sheriff Chris Morris said deputies continue their investigation into an armed robbery at the Dollar General in Longtown just after 10 p.m. Sunday.
The Chickasha City Council approved a $278,000 bid to Silver Star Construction Co. to resurface several streets in Chickasha on Monday night.
As the University of Oklahoma continues to plan for a return to in-person campus life this fall, Provost Kyle Harper has released the beginnings of a plan that will guide instruction and move some traditionally in-person classes online.
Eight deserving students from Lincoln Elementary will be receiving bikes to start their summer break, courtesy of Chickasha’s Rotary Roll Call Program.
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