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ODOT Infrastructure Updates in District 51

by Brad Boles (R-51 Marlow) Every interim, I enjoy traveling House District 51 and speaking with constituents about issues they’re concerned about. Time and time again, I hear concerns about the quality of our roads and bridges. In the early 2000’s, Oklahoma r... More »

Put Antlerless Deer in your sights this season

 For the past week, many a hunter has risen before the sun to head out into the woods with bow in hand. Oklahoma Archery Deer Season officially opened on October 1st. Firearms season will soon be following. This season’s Deer Hunting dates are: Deer Archery, O... More »

Red White and Blue Salute to Oklahoma

by Wayne Watts A ‘Red White and Blue Salute to Oklahoma’ is being formed to recognize and support First Responders, Military and Essential Workers, to honor the Flag and Stand for God and Country according to a press release from Chickasha resident Stewart Mey... More »

New service organization seeks to help those in need

Recently, First National Bank of Chickasha donated $7,500 to get a new non-profit service organization off the ground. A.C.T.S. is a local charity on a mission to help keep the elderly and disabled in their homes. Founded by Dr. Billy Elkins, Pastor of Trinity... More »

Election 2020 – Statewide candidates and issues

by Wayne Watts, publisher The November 3 General Elections are just a month away. The deadline to register to vote or update voter information such as a change of address is Friday, October 9. There is a huge push on all sides to encourage voting in the upcomi... More »


The Chickasha Chamber of Commerce is suggesting to local businessowners and managers that they ask patrons and employees to wear a maskwhile in their place of business.Cassandra Ersland, President of the local group said in a recentemail, “With the recent spik... More »

12th Annual Rock Island Arts Festival Kicks off this Weekend

The Festival is a three day, free, fun and family orientedevent open to the public from 10am – 9pm on Fridayand Saturday, and noon – 4pm on Sunday.All of the Arts Festival activities are centered on thegrounds around the beautiful and historic Rock IslandTrain... More »

Dibble defeats Rush Springs

by Seth Crowder, WVW Sports  Dibble took the opening kickoff to the house andnever looked back, defeating Rush Springs 37-18.The Redskins would keep the game close duringthe first half, by recording a safety early in the secondquarter, making the score 14-2 in... More »

New program helps elderly homeowners

 A new program designed to help elderly and impaired homeowners to keep their homes when deferred maintenance creates hazards got a $7,500 boost this month from First National Bank Trust Co. Led by Trinity Baptist Church and involving volunteers and churches f... More »

Tracy Byrd at Legends Event Park

 Tracy Byrd, a Texas native with over a quarter century of crowd pleasing hit songs, will be appearing at Legends Event Park on Friday, October 2nd. The 7 pm show will feature local artists First Look Band and Southern Hwy Band as well. Gates open at 6 pm acco... More »

Warriors win on the road

by Seth Crowder (WVW Sports) Senior Kaden Stephenson dives into the endzone for a touchdown. (WVW photo by Seth Crowder) Anadarko ran away with a 36 – 19 victory at Chickasha last Friday night. Turnovers were the key to the Warriors win over the Fighin’ Chicks... More »

Deadlines for the November 3 General Election

Deadlines for the November 3 General ElectionLast day to register to vote: October 9Deadline to request absentee ballot: 5 PM, October 27Early voting:Thursday, October 29, 8 AM – 6 PMFriday, October 30, 8 AM – 6 PMSaturday, October 31, 9 AM – 2 PM Voter regist... More »