January is National Blood Donor Month, and the perfect time to make a resolution to save local lives.
The Oklahoma State University Robert M. Kerr Food and Agricultural Products Center and the Made in Oklahoma Coalition will hold the second MIO Coalition 4-H Recipe Contest.
On Jan. 25, Jordan Vinyard, associate professor of art at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, will unveil her latest exhibition, “Kill the Messenger: Media, Manipulation, and Mechanization,” in USAO’s Nesbitt Gallery. An opening reception with wine and hors d’oeuvres will be held…
Since 1983, communities nationwide have gathered on the third Monday of January to commemorate the legacy of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma’s Habitat Area encompasses 140 acres in a rural area directly west of the main campus and allows for the hands-on observation of native plants and animals. While it has served as an outdoor classroom for science students and others for a number …
North and southbound I-35 will be narrowed to one lane at various locations between SH-74 (mm 91) in Purcell and SH-9 West (mm 106) near Norman from 10 p.m. Wednesday and 2 a.m. Thursday and again from 10 p.m. Thursday to 2 a.m. Friday for surface repairs.
Chickasha resident and long time supporter of Chickasha's school athletics, Homer Hulme, was recognized at the Chickasha Board of Education meeting on Monday night. Hulme donated $2,000 to several athletic teams, totaling a $36,000 contribution to Chickasha Public School's athletic department.
Chickasha POM received a cheer at the Board of Education meeting for placing 2nd at a recent state competition. The team performed a Purple Power cheer for those attending the meeting.
New superintendent, Rick Croslin, and his wife Jennie, shook hands with Chickasha residents on Monday evening. A meet and greet was held on Monday evening before the regular school board meeting. Croslin's position with Chickasha Public Schools was announced at a special meeting last week.
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma’s celebrated Child Development Center will begin accepting applications for preschool-aged students on Feb. 3.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma’s attorney general Monday filed suit against three pharmaceutical distribution companies, alleging they acted as middlemen in the state’s opioid crisis.
Summer may seem far away, but the Oklahoma State Department of Education (OSDE) is already making plans to help underprivileged students who often go hungry during the summer break.
US-81 will be intermittently narrowed to one lane between SH-17 in Rush Springs and just north of SH-29 in Marlow starting 7 a.m. Monday through mid-April for cable barrier installation.
While the law says Domestic Abuse is a non-violent crime, Oklahomans and your Oklahoma District Attorneys know better. The reality: domestic abuse is violent. It is an act of physical harm or threatening imminent physical harm of an intimate partner or a family or household member. That i…
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma has recently been recognized in Applied Behavior Analysis Programs’ listing of the “30 Best Small Colleges for Students on the Autism Spectrum 2020.”
The Chickasha Board of Education voted unanimously on Monday night to hire Rick Croslin as the district's new superintendent beginning July 1.
Rush Springs Public Schools is seeking renovations for its campus with a $3.9 million bond on the Jan. 14 ballot.
Anadarko artist and Marine Veteran, Roosevelt Lonewolf, recently donated one of his paintings to the Chickasha DAV. Lonewolf has dedicated many of his patriotic paintings over the years. He has donated his work to the OKC National Memorial, the World Trade Center, the Caddo County Courthouse…
The 11th Annual Soul Food and Storytelling Event celebrates African American culture in Chickasha and Grady County every February.
The following construction projects will impact travel on major highways and interstates Saturday, Dec. 21, through Sunday, Dec. 29. For daily traffic advisories visit www.odot.org and follow @OKDOT on Twitter and Facebook. For turnpike information, contact the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority at…
Bill Wallace Early Childhood Center has been overwhelmed by the generosity of the Chickasha Community. Many donations by individuals, organizations, businesses and churches have made Christmas a little brighter for the students In the past years Bill Wallace has been blessed with faithful d…
The Fellowship of the American Indian Church will hold their annual gift sharing event at 10 a.m. on Dec. 22. Gifts will be free to children between the ages of infancy and 17-years-old. The event is sponsored by Leatherwood Baptist Church from Anniston, Alabama. Everyone is welcome to atten…
Four University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma students from a wide range of academic disciplines recently presented original research projects at the Oklahoma Academy of Sciences’ 108th annual Technical Meeting at the University of Central Oklahoma.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Businesses could soon start receiving tax credits if they host blood drives and can convince employees to donate.
A Chickasha man was critically injured on Thursday morning after his vehicle crashed into a concrete bridge abutment near Ninnekah.
The old Save-a-Lot and Goodwill building in the Southland Shopping Center are currently being remodeled into a Burke's Outlet store.
This Week's Circulars
Shelby was born Friday August 13, 1943, the son of Lee Edwin and Lille Frances Mattix Rogers. He died January 13, 2020 at the age of 76. He attended South School, Jr. High, & High School in Chickasha; he graduated in 1962. He was in the Naval Reserve in High School and & went active …
- Chickasha man dies in rollover accident
- Two bodies found in Chickasha residence, suspect in custody
- Semi catches fire in wreck near Chickasha
- Grady County Tournament: Ninnekah sweeps tournament openers
- Man accused of shady phone sale faces felony charges
- In Oklahoma, domestic abuse is technically a non-violent crime
- Lady Chicks take down Lady Reds at home
- Oklahoma 4-H members are encouraged to enter and compete in a recipe contest featuring locally produced products
- Grady County Tournament to start Monday
- Area basketball teams earn victories at GCT