A 27-year-old Blanchard man, Nickolas W Harbison, was pronounced dead at the scene of an early morning wreck on H.E. Bailey Turnpike near Amber after a one vehicle accident caused an almost three hour shutdown of I-44.
Officer Shayne Melton (left) and newly sworn in Chickasha Municipal Judge Joseph Young (right) talk about the oath of becoming an officer before the official swear-in of Melton began. Young was also sworn in at the start of Municipal Court by Deborah Sterkel (not pictured) from the Office of…
Chickasha Police responded to a Saturday evening altercation which led Jimmy Don Robertson to being charged after allegedly spitting at an officer and making threats.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate on Tuesday confirmed school choice advocate Betsy DeVos as Education secretary by the narrowest of margins, with Vice President Mike Pence breaking a 50-50 tie in a historic vote.
The first day of testimony in the trial of the 2014 shooting death of Amanda Cecil consisted of 13 witnesses including her sister Emily, who found her body.
Word Industries, the fabrication company that moved into Chickasha within the past month, will hold a demonstration on Thursday for one of its newest products.
Grady County is one of nine Oklahoma counties named in a potential tax protest from DCP Midstream, an oil and gas company, a move that could negatively impact budgets for schools and other services.
A Duncan 12-year-old who was hit by an SUV Saturday is in stable condition after suffering several broken bones.
“He’s in stable condition,” Duncan Police Department Master Officer Nathan Carrio said. “He has multiple broken bones, multiple broken ribs and a broken scapula.”
Throughout the afternoon on Tuesday, monitors at some of the polling stations for the Grady County hospital sales tax election reported seeing higher than usual amounts of voters.
With five days to go before the election, members of the Grady County TEA Party offered their strongest condemnation yet of the proposed sales tax plan to benefit Grady Memorial Hospital.
Wes Pulliam will continue as the Chickasha boys' basketball head coach this season after rescinding his resignation on Wednesday night.
Facebook has added firearms to the items it prohibits from selling through its website, meaning individuals can no longer sell guns on local Buy Sell Trade groups.
The company reported to be interested in Grady Memorial Hospital did not show up to a Grady County Tea Party-sponsored community forum on Thursday night.
The need to start hiring employees has increased for Word Industries recently, partly because of the company's desire to move into the Chickasha Airport Industrial Park.
The CEO of Southern Plains Medical Center (SPMC) in Chickasha has announced there is a proposal to solve the future of Grady Memorial Hospital that does not involve a sales tax.
A supporter for Republican Presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson is organizing a "meet & greet" on Tuesday, Jan. 5, in an effort to boost his popularity locally.
This Week's Circulars
Funeral Service will be 1:00 p.m., Monday, October 18, 2021 at the Sevier Funeral Home Chapel, Chickasha, OK. Interment will be in the Fairlawn Cemetery under the direction of Sevier Funeral Home. Harvey Joe Reed, of Ninnekah, OK, passed away Tuesday, October 12, 2021 in Duncan, OK at the ag…
Kenneth Baker, 83, passed away 10-4-2021. Services will be 2:00pm, Thursday 10-7-2021 at Alex Southern Baptist Chapel in Alex, OK. Burial will be in the Alex Cemetery. Services are with McRay Funeral Home in Chickasha, OK.
- OHP: Two teens injured in ATV crash near Dibble
- Grady residents share stories from Sunday night storm
- Severe storms, high winds hit Chickasha on Sunday night
- UNOFFICIAL RESULTS: Tuttle Public Schools $4.7 million supplemental bond passes
- Larry Sevier dies at age 76
- “The Enforcer” fire truck pulls into Chickasha Fire Station 2
- Grady County students awarded OSU scholarships
- Roy’s Bar-B-Q owners retire, restaurant closed until further notice
- Chickasha Hosting Meet and Greet with New City Manager
- UPCOMING ELECTION: Tuttle Public Schools’ $4.7 million supplemental bond on Oct. 12 ballot