Dear Mister Bright,
I have lived in Chickasha all or most of my life. I have always felt good about living here, but lately I have seen things that have gotten to me, that I don’t understand. I cannot understand why the city allows people to dump their trash in the center of the median of 17th and 19th street. …
Dear Editor: As a life long resident of Grady County and living in Chickasha as a younger person, I've literally grown up with the Festival of Lights.
I just wanted to take a minute to personally say "Thank You" to this incredible community, these great people that are committed to supporting the children in our schools and backing teachers when they need it most. I serve as the Executive Director of the Chickasha Public School Foundation.
As I sit here preparing for another trip to the courthouse to continue to dig, I wonder how many citizens of Chickasha actually know the buffoonery that their elected officials and some of their hired staff are up to. I wonder how many know that the city officials have a self- subscribed $20…
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