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From the Pastors Porch

by Pastor Lynn Walker     “I CAN DO ALL THINGS THROUGH CHRIST WHICH STRENGTHENETH ME.”  -Philippians 4:13.  This is one of my favorite scriptures and I have always loved it, even when I really didn’t understand it for many years.  Sometimes we have to grow in ... More »

New Chickasha High School Girls basketball coach

At the April 12, 2021 board meeting, the CPS Board of Education approved the hiring of Jace Johnson as CHS math teacher and Head Girls Basketball Coach. Jerry Don Bray, CPS District Activities Director, stated: “We feel great about the hire of Coach Johnson. H... More »

Lawton Man Convicted of Bank Robbery involving a Fake Bomb

OKLAHOMA CITY – This afternoon, a federal jury in Oklahoma City found JOHN SCOTT BROOKS, 55, of Lawton, guilty of bank robbery involving a fake bomb, announced Acting U.S. Attorney Robert J. Troester. According to evidence at trial, on March 23, 2020, Brooks p... More »

Three reasons to reject the micro-investing trend

By Anthony ONeal Investing apps are super trendy right now. And I have to be honest: I love how they’re making investing more easily available and helping people get started on their wealth-building journeys. Unlike many traditional brokerage accounts, you don... More »

How I learned to Drive

Chickasha Community Theatre will be preforming “How I learned to Drive”, a play by Paula Vogel. ‘How I Learned To Drive’ is a 1998 Pulitzer prize winning drama.   This funny, surprising and devastating tale of survival as seen through the lens of a troubling r... More »

HEARTWARMING, BUT UNECESSARY!

Oklahoma HB #1569 is known as the Oklahoma Play to Learn Act. If it becomes law, it will encourage public educators to create play-based learning opportunities, in the realm of dancing, art, music and drama to teach kids in elementary school. Authored by Rep. ... More »

Lt. Gov. Touts State’s Recovery from Pandemic

by George Plummer, KOOL 105 News Oklahoma Lt. Gov. Matt Pinnell is thrilled that the state’s economy is beginning to rebound as the nation slowly recovers from the coronavirus pandemic. Pinnell was the keynote speaker at the 98th annual Chickasha Chamber of Co... More »

Charles Ray Hunter

 Charles Ray Hunter, 57, Bridge Creek, OK was born on December 3, 1963 in Dallas, TX to John and Frances (Luther) Hunter. He passed away April 3, 2021. Charles grew up in the Dallas area. He attended school at H Grady Spruce public school in Dallas TX. He work... More »

Chickasha woman dead, 2 children in serious condition

 A Chickasha, Okla., woman died from injuries she suffered in a vehicle crash that also left two young children in serious condition. Whitney R. Blakes, 35, was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash on U.S. Highway 81, within a mile north of County Road 15... More »

College Bound

Chickasha High School senior Chloee Steelman (seated at center) signs a letter-of-intent to play basketball at Allen Community College in Iola, Kansas. She is surrounded by family and CHS girls basketball coach Carol Craven. Steelman also hopes to play soccer ... More »

Chickasha Lady Chick Basketball Team Honored

Four members of the Chickasha Lady Chick basketball team were named Honorable Mention for Western Oklahoma Athletic Conference. Pictured (from left) are Lexi Albright, Leighanne Eaton, Chloee Steelman, and coach Carol Craven.Not pictured is Kylie Weber. (Photo... More »