Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 8:33:46 p.m.
CHICKASHA LITTLE LEAGUE ANNOUNCES 60th Anniversary season set to begin
Chickasha Little League baseball will celebrate it's 60th anniversary in 2015, and registration is now underway. Sign ups for ages 5 to 15 will be held Tuesday, March 3rd at the Chickasha Public Library from 6-8pm, and again on Saturday, March 7th from 1-3.
A final registration date is set for March 10th from 6-8pm. Registration fee is $50.
The league provides each player's shirt and cap, and all games are played in Chickasha at the Sports Complex. Divisions include Tee ball for 5 and 6 year olds (must be 5 by May 1), Machine Pitch for 7-9 year olds (cannot turn 10 before May 1), Majors/player pitch for 10-12 year olds (cannot turn 13 before May 1) and Senior League for players 13-15.
Anyone wanting more information or interested in coaching, umpiring or sponsoring a team can call Bruce McGrew at (405) 243-7252.
Updates are also available on Facebook/Chickasha Little League.
The Chickasha Little League program officially began in 1955.
Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 4:15:07 p.m.
Around 1:30 p.m. this afternoon units from Amber Fire Department, GCFD Friend and Pocasset stations responded to a reported structure fire in Amber.
The fire was at 408 East 6th street in Amber.
GCFD is on automatic aid with Amber for now as a result of the water towers in Amber being repaired.
First arriving units confined the fire to the hot water heater area.
A good job of responding and working the fire was done especially in the weather and road conditions we are experiencing in Grady County at this time.
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Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 12:18:17 p.m.
Chickasha PD, Municipal Police Departments within Grady County, Fire Departments, EMS Units, Grady County Sheriff's Units as well as Oklahoma State Troopers have been busy the last few days working numerous weather related incidents.
This one was a single vehicle that occurred on West Grand when the driver of the pickup lost control on the ice left the roadway struck a utility pole then crashed through a fence.
Roadways will remain slick and hazardous at least in spots until we get significant hours of above freezing weather.
Please use caution while traveling by vehicle or on foot.
Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 12:04:50 p.m.
Fatality report for the month of December Department of Public Safety officials report 52 traffic-related fatalities in December 2014 compared to 45 in the same month last year.
Six pedestrians died in crashes during the month of December. The highest daily fatality numbers include 11 deaths on Wednesdays dropping to 10 on Mondays and Fridays. There were six days in the month of December with no reported fatalities.
Two of the fatality crashes were alcohol-related. Forty-eight of the fatality victims were Oklahoma residents and four nonresidents. There were 33 male and 18 female victims. Four of the fatality victims were under the age of 20. The 61 - to 70-year-old age group led the fatality count with 11.
Oklahoma County led the state with a total of eight fatalities, followed by Tulsa County with seven. The highest number of fatalities occurred on city streets with 13. There were 12 fatalities on state highways.
Fifty-four percent of those who died in traffic collisions were not wearing safety belts at the time of the crash.
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Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 12:01:41 p.m.
OCCURRED AT 03:18 HOURS, 02-27-2015, ON US81 AT CR 1290, IN GRADY COUNTY
VEHICLE 1: 2012 FORD FOCUS DRIVEN BY: CHRISTIAN N WOOSYPITTI I/M AGE: 30 ADDRESS: WHITERIVER, ARIZONA TRANSPORTED TO OU MEDICAL CENTER IN OKLAHOMA CITY BY MEDIFLIGHT ADMITTED WITH HEAD AND TRUNK INTERNAL INJURIES LISTED IN CRITICAL CONDITION
PASSENGER 1: BUCKY SEYMOUR III (SIC) I/M AGE: 32 ADDRESS: ANADARKO, OKLAHOMA TRANSPORTED TO GRADY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL BY CHICKASHA EMS TRANSFERRED TO OU MEDICAL CENTER IN OKLAHOMA CITY BY AIREVAC ADMITTED WITH HEAD INJURIES LISTED IN CRITICAL CONDITION
PASSENGER 2: BUCKY SEYMOUR JR (SIC) I/M AGE: 58 ADDRESS: ANADARKO, OKLAHOMA EXPIRED AT THE SCENE FROM INJURIES SUSTAINED IN THE COLLISION
PASSENGER 3: VICTOR J AHTONE (SIC) I/M AGE: 58 ADDRESS: ANADARKO, OKLAHOMA EXPIRED AT THE SCENE FROM INJURIES SUSTAINED IN THE COLLISION
Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 12:00:00 p.m.
US81 between Cr 1580 and CR 1590, approximately 3 miles south of Rush Springs, in Grady County , South bound outside lane, is closed due to an injury accident. One vehicle is a CMV 2 ton truck with a 24 foot enclosed trailer, loaded with oil field equipment. The truck has a flatbed that is also loaded with oilfield equipment.
This vehicle has rolled and the wrecker service is advising it might take several hours to clear the roadway.
Time closed: 0745 hours
Auth: Trooper Rusty Russell #695
Saturday, February 28, 2015 at 9:52:51 a.m.
This is another Grady County home outlined by the quiet beauty of the recent snowfall. The lack of tracks and smoke from the chimney suggest the homeowner prepared for this weather event and are curled up enjoying life.
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Saturday, February 28, 2015 at 9:49:29 a.m.
Trackless snow presents opportunities for post card type photos county wide.
Does anyone recognize this address?
Saturday, February 28, 2015 at 9:13:37 a.m.
The gently falling snow Grady County woke up to is creating some very pretty winter scenes as well as photo ops. Trackless snow with some of your favorite spots allows for quiet, serene beauty.
The other side of that is the hazardous driving conditions creating ample opportunities for motor vehicle accidents. According to witnesses this small pickup was unable to stop at the intersection of 6th and Choctaw. The resulting collision with the 18 wheel semi truck made the day worse for both drivers. Chickasha PD diverted traffic during the investigation to lessen the possibility of another accident as a result of roadway blockage and confusion.
Friday, February 27, 2015 at 1:29:03 p.m.
Chickasha towing loading one of two vehicles involved in a minor collision at the Highway 62 and I-44 intersection.
This is just one of many accidents in the county at this time.
Please do not travel unless absolutely necessary.
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