CHICKASHA – Wednesday's testimony into the 2014 shooting death of Amanda Cecil probed the location of the weapon allegedly used to end her life.
On a cold day after flash flooding, working stations are dotted along the University of Science and Art campus under a grey sky that is still considering a thunderstorm.
W.M. (Bill) Jenkins the farrier spent much of his life in the question mark position, shoeing over 100,000 horses.
In the biting wind on Thursday morning, many Chickasha citizens made their weekly trek down 5th street, carrying boxes and sacks to fill with comfort.
Join the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma in fighting hunger in Oklahoma by making an end of the year tax deductible gift. Through January 15, Chesapeake Energy Corporation and the Cresap Family Foundation have teamed up to match every dollar donated to the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma to f…
Today there is kibble in the bowl. The cats are more likely to find cooked chicken, but it is a busy day at the Dream Catcher's Spay and Neuter Clinic.
Two lion statues that have resided atop the Oklahoma State Capitol building for nearly 100 years are calling Chickasha their new home.
This Week's Circulars
Rev. Billy Ray Pendergrass, of Moore, OK, passed away July 30, 2020 at the age of 82. He was born March 9, 1938 in Mounds, OK. He was a licensed minister with the UPCI, where he served in numerous positions. Rev. Pendergrass pastored the United Pentecostal Church, Chickasha, OK for 40 years.…
Daren Ray Cook was born on June 23, 1958 to Juanita (Cochran) and James Cook. He was born and raised in Chickasha, OK where he graduated from Chickasha High School in 1976. He accepted Christ as his Lord and Savior and was Baptized at the age of 6 at First Baptist Church in Pocasset, OK. He …