For anyone reading this, I ask that you please take a seat.
Unbeknownst to many American sports lovers, especially in this area of the country, tectonic plates of entertainment are shifting in unanticipated ways.
This week, I took a step back in time by downloading and, despite my dearth of technological knowledge, managing to play an old computer game.
I often wondered in my youth whether there was a certain age when a person makes the transition into adulthood. Legally it's 18, but I can say without any hesitation I was in no way an adult at 18.
As expected, President Barack Obama issued an executive order covering immigration last week. Perhaps even more expectedly, Republicans freaked out.
This Week's Circulars
Funeral service will be 1:30 p.m, Friday, January 8, 2021 at Sharon Baptist Church, Chickasha, OK. Joyce L. Pechacek was born September 28, 1935 in Prague, OK. She passed from this life on Wednesday, January 6, 2021 in Chickasha, OK. She was born to George Leroy Pruitt and Clara Estelle (Shr…
Apr 23, 1952 - Jan 10, 2021 Deborah Jean Sehon, 68, of Chickasha, OK, passed away on January 10, 2021. Born on April 23, 1952 in Shawnee, OK, she was the only daughter of the late A.D. and Reva Burlison. Debbie graduated from Tecumseh High School in 1970 before attending East Central Univers…
Deborah Jean Sehon, 68, of Chickasha, OK, passed away on January 10, 2021 following a courageous battle against ALS. Born on April 23, 1952 in Shawnee, OK, she was the only daughter of the late A.D. and Reva Burlison. Debbie graduated from Tecumseh High School in 1970 before attending East C…
- OHP: Road closed due to collision, subject fleeing Verden Police
- Oklahomans needing driver's license could have two-month wait
- Man who fled Verden Police after rollover crash arrested
- Church in Chickasha to serve as COVID-19 vaccination site
- Despite rumors of protests, Oklahoma Capitol quiet on Saturday
- Parham elected Mayor’s Council of Oklahoma President
- Black leaders in Oklahoma respond to Lankford's apology
- Grady County reaches 40 total COVID-19 deaths
- Lawmakers, others urged to stay away from Oklahoma Capitol
- Chickasha's Bullock Memorial Center to host MLK luncheon