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The old Tuttle bank building has been given a second chance at life by a building inspector who reports the structure is salvageable after last week's fire. Comment?
The continuation of a quarter-cent sales tax is on the ballot across the county today, with an expansion of the Grady County Fairgrounds promised should it pass. Comment?
The Tigers lost 7-4 to No. 1 Berryhill on Friday at Edmond Memorial High School, and finish the season with a record of 28-9, and ranked No. Comment?
The destruction and demise left by fires rarely foster feelings of joy. Homes, businesses and even historic landmarks have fallen prey to this oxygen fueled terror and their owners are left with questions and confusion in the wake of the flames. Comment?
Firefighters are still piecing together what caused a large blaze to tear through the top floor of Tuttle's historic old bank building that houses the Grady Pub & Grille. Comment?
Firefighters from around the county responded to a call in Tuttle at 5 a.m. and found Grady's Pub and Grille in downtown ablaze. Comment?
Opposition to the continuance of the 1 4 cent sales tax that would fund additions and upgrades to Grady County Fairgrounds now appears to be much more of a minority across the county, even in the north where a Commissioner has come out against the measure. Comment?
The four representatives and senator that are responsible for districts in Grady County converged at the Fairgrounds in Chickasha Friday morning, where healthcare and education topped the discussion list. Comment?
A bill that never made it to the Oklahoma House floor could have prevented a young girl who ran away from home from being allegedly raped, the bill's co-sponsor said. Comment?
A 15-year-old girl was reportedly raped by a man she met over the internet who has since been arrested, according to a Grady County Sheriff's Office release. Comment?
Members of the Chickasha Fairgrounds Board say they have received mostly positive reactions to the proposed continuance of the 1 4 cent sales tax used to fund improvements to the facility but encourage people to vote as opposition still exists. Comment?
The continuation of a 1/4 cent tax used to maintain the Grady County Fairgrounds will go to a vote May 14. Comment?
Latham placed second in the 220-pound class, scoring 14 total points and finishing just four behind state champion Chase Mercer. Comment?
Chickasha High School is hosting the Area playoff games for class 4A, Area II from Feb. Comment?
The Tigers' 170-pound senior Zachary Beard will attempt to become a four-time state champion Saturday, and he is joined in the finals by teammates Blake Dauphin , Dayton Garrett , Gunner Laffoon , Dakota Head , Dustin Mason and Nathan Jackson . Comment?
Tuttle residents had to say goodbye to an iconic building on Main Street yesterday, in the early morning hours. Comment?
The Tigers dominated all three of their duals, beating Bristow 63-13 in the quarterfinals Saturday morning. Comment?
Beth Armstrong of the 4-H Tuttle Community Club, is bringing a little warmth to those undergoing dialysis. Comment?
Oklahoma State University only has one football commitment from an in-state player leading into National Signing Day on Wednesday, and that commitment is from a Grady County player with a passion for Cowboys football. Comment?
The Tigers beat Piedmont 55-14, also losing one match by forfeit. Noah McQuigg beat Steven Sharp 2-0 at 106. Comment?