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Collinsville pulls off another incredible comeback to advance ot over Lindsay
CALLISBURG, Texas (KTEN)- Collinsville is making a living at dramatic, late game double digit comebacks. Down 11 against Lindsay in their regional quarterfinal matchup, the Lady Pirates came storming back to secure the improbable 48-44 victory. With the win, they advance to the regional tournament. They'll face Lipan in the...
NB Lanes Of I-35 Closed In McClain County Due To Semi Crash & Fire
Northbound lanes of Interstate 35 at State Highway 9 West near Goldsby in McClain County, are closed due to a semi-truck fire, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol. McClain County Sheriff's Office stated in a social media post that authorities are on the scene working a single semi-truck accident. The Sheriff's Office stated that there are no known injuries.
Caddo and Grady County Arrest Report
The following felony charges have been filed against these individuals, however they are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Information from www.odcr.com. BALDWIN, DUSTIN MICHAEL, OKLAHOMA CITY: 1. DISTRIBUTION OF CDS-INCLUDING POSS W/INTENT TO DISTRIBUTE (FELON); 2. POSS. OF FIREARM DURING COMMISSION OF FELONY (FELONY); 3. DRIVING WITH LICENSE CANCELLED/SUSPENDED/REVOKED (MISD)
Texas man arrested for drug trafficking in Grady Co.
GRADY CO., Okla. (KSWO) - A Texas man is looking at life behind bars, arrested after a traffic stop allegedly uncovered over 300 lbs of marijuana. Daniel Lugo of Pearland, Texas is charged with trafficking illegal drugs and possession of a controlled dangerous substance. According to court documents, an OHP...
Chickasha man allegedly pulls BB gun at business, threatens to kill those inside
CHICKASHA, Okla. (KSWO) - A Grady County man is facing up to 10 years in prison for allegedly pulling out an airsoft gun at a business in Chickasha. Kaylan Johnson is charged with a single felony count of assault with a dangerous weapon. According to court documents, Johnson allegedly pulled...
Culinary Journey: Discover 5 Outstanding Italian Restaurants in Chickasha
In this article, we'll be exploring five delightful Italian restaurants in Chickasha. Have you had the chance to visit any of these culinary gems? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below.
Footloose Turns 40 Tomorrow, Check Out the Oklahoma Town That Inspired It
February 17th, 1984. Footloose premieres in theaters and this crazy plot has Oklahoma roots. I had no idea this movie was based off of a somewhat true story. If you have never seen Footloose, the plot is simple. Ren McCormack (played by Kevin Bacon) moves to the town of Bomont which has banned rock music and dancing in the town. I was not a kid of the 80's, so when I heard about the plot of this movie, I thought it was the dumbest thing ever. Turns out, this was real thing that happened in Oklahoma and Hollywood thought it would make an interesting movie.
DA Hicks seeks death penalty in Athena Brownfield case
Jason Hicks, District Attorney for Oklahoma District 6 which includes Caddo, Grady, Stephens and Jefferson Counties has filed a Bill of Particulars seeking the death penalty for Alysia Adams, one of the caretakers charged in 4-year-old Athena Brownfield’s death. Court documents said Alysia confessed that Brownfield was beaten and...
Indians lose nail-biter at district tournament
LINDSAY - A charge call with just over a second remaining resulted in a heartbreaking 45-44 district tournament loss for the Comanche Indians last Saturday. The Indians had got what they wanted when Lindsay’s Brycen Watts missed two free throws with 16 seconds left to keep it a one-point game. Comanche took the ball past half-court and called a timeout with 11 seconds left. Following the timeout, Dillon Ellis tried to take the ball to the basket, but he was called for a charge as he was shooting and turned the ball over. The Leopards then ran out the final second to preserve the win.
Why are people in this US state seeing so many skunks?
NOBLE, Okla. (KFOR) — If you’re out driving at night or sitting outside in Oklahoma, you may have noticed the familiar stench of skunks. There’s a reason you’re seeing so many right now. “Just like it’s the season of love for humans,” said Mack Thomas, the...
Jackets qualify 5 for state
The reins of the Kingfi sher High School wrestling program are firmly in the grasp of Steven Wilson. If last weekend’s performance was any indication, those reins are in excellent hands. Wilson’s Yellowjackets qualified five individuals for the Class 3A state tournament with their showings at the west regional...
DA recommends death penalty for woman charged with killing 4-year-old
The district attorney of Caddo County has motioned for the consideration of the death penalty in the case of Alysia Adams, the caregiver accused in the tragic death of 4-year-old Athena Brownfield.
A Foodie's Guide to Chickasha: 6 Fast Food Experiences You Can't Miss
In this article, we explore six fast-food joints in Chickasha. Have you had the opportunity to sample any of these eateries? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Red, white, blue and gray DAV going strong
Chapter 17 of the Disabled American Veterans has given aid to Chickasha’s veterans since 1932, an unbroken record of service that no other Oklahoma chapter can match. A respectable number attend the chapter’s monthly meetings in a former courtroom downtown. They still raise funds and use them to help veterans. Members regularly call on state legislators and regulators to advocate for veterans causes. They offer counseling, recreation and fellowship — all the things expected from a dedicated service organization.
Dogs Win 1st, Lady Dogs 2nd In Lifting Meet
The Sulphur boys and girls powerlifting teams continued their strong seasons last Saturday, as the boys brought home the championship and the girls were runner-up at the Dave Tapp Invitational in Chickasha.“I thought both the boys and girls teams performed very well,” said Sulphur head coach Keith Garrett. “I’m really ...
Trusting the news media (that's us)
This is the Manager’s Minute. Trust in journalism is essential to a functioning democracy and that’s especially true in an election year. On Tuesday, February 27th, KGOU and Oklahoma Watch will present a program on journalism and the news media at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma in Chickasha in the Regents Room, second floor of the Student Center, with doors opening at 6:30. The program starts at 7:00, ends at 8:30, and it’s open to the public – free of charge.
Savor the Flavors: Top 8 Must-Try Diners in Chickasha
This piece presents a guide to eight delightful diners in Chickasha. Have you had the chance to visit any of these yet? If so, we'd love to hear about your experiences. Please feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section below:
Sharp-shooting Lions down KHS
Colby Connel called his team’s first outing against Blanchard one of - if not THE - worst games of the season for the Jackets. His team was much improved against the Lions on Saturday night, but it still wasn’t enough to pull off an upset. The eighth-ranked Lions...
Pauls Valley man gets $4.89 million water bill
PAULS VALLEY, Okla. (KTEN) — A Pauls Valley man suffered sticker shock this week after opening his water bill. Usually in the range of $30 to $60., Mike Carden's bill had five extra zeros. It totaled $4,899,810.10. "Something said, 'you better open that one' — like that small voice...
Woman in More Trouble With the Law in Washington Co.
A woman who already has an outstanding warrant from Stephens County finds herself in more hot water, as she was seen in Washington County Court on Wednesday afternoon. Jamesine Jackson was booked into jail on an aggravated assault domestic abuse charge and unlawful possession of paraphernalia. Officers made contact with...