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Monday, Nov. 19th

Wardens on the Hunt

Deer Gun Season is open till Dec. 2nd,  and the Oklahoma Game wardens our watching. Saturday night Wardens arrested three hunters who were using 4 wheelers, ATVs, and spotlights, to include several high powered rifles and three whitetail bucks; all of which were seized, and cited for using motorized vehicles, headlighting, and possession of wildlife taken illegally using hand held lights. The deer were donated to area families in need.


5 Canadian County Officers are now back on the Job

Five Canadian County officers are now back on the jobafter being cleared by District Attorney Mike Fields in the Oct. 8 HWY 81 fatal shooting of 24 year old Alexander Lindahl. Authorities said, Lindahl, was shot after crashing a stolen pickup and exiting the vehicle armed with a handgun. Canadian County Sheriff Chris West, said Lindahl was driving a stolen vehicle and abandoned it near,…Braum’s Dairy Farm,… in Grady County; Then stole a business pickup, driving at speeds over 100 mph. Dashcam video released Friday showed Lindahl exiting the pickup, while holding an object in his hand, before he was fatally shot. The officers were placed on administrative leave for the investigation conducted by OS B I and were cleared for duty Friday.


The Oklahoma blood Institute, and the Red Cross Need Holiday Donors! Oklahoma is facing a “severe” blood shortage as we head into the holiday season! Donations were down in September and October, and typically drop at the end of the year. According to the Brookhaven National Laboratory; 32,000 pints of blood are necessary. Just think, Every three seconds, and One out of every 10 people entering a hospital needs blood. So let’s do our part! Upcoming locations Tuesday are:

Chickasha YMCA

Are having a Mobile Drive Tuesday from 8:00 am – 11am



Glenhaven Retirement Village

Will have the Mobile Drive, from 1pm - 4pm


In The Arts

Upoming up,… the Davis-Waldorf Performing Arts Series is offering the Reduced Shakespeare Company,  performing a comical,  “The Ultimate Christmas Show” on the evening of Nov. 29 at 7:30. in Te Ata Memorial Auditorium. There will be a audience gift exchange where you can purchase a wrapped gift in the theatre lobby for $2.00, and place it under the tree, then select a different gift for yourself. Tickets are $15 for the general public; $10 for students and seniors (60 and over); For more information, call 574-1310.

FFA in Community

Local Future Farmers of America visited with Local Widows over the weekend; In support of the Chickasha Masonic Lodge # 94 Thanksgiving widow’s visit, The Chickasha FFA students teamed up with The Masons to give flowers to un-expecting widows in the Chickasha Area. The young men and women ordered vases.. and arraigned flowers for 17 widows who have lost their masonic spouses. Each was excited to have visitors at their home, and the students were able to provide an uplifting presence when many would not have family in for the Holiday.

Christmas time is coming, 

It is time to get your Parade entries in before November the 27th  over At Jays Jewelry or Tom Cook Insurance. The theme this year is “Christmas Magic” and the Parade will be the evening of  December 6th at 7. Entry fees are only 25 Dollars this year. The procession will start at the YMCA, and head East on Chickasha Ave. to the depot.

Obituaries today include:

77 - year old Thurman Slayton of Chickasha. The funeral will be at 10 Wednesday morning at McRay Funeral Home. Thurman was a veteran of the National Guard.



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