Friday, May 22, 2015 at 4:31:24 p.m.
Lisa Hatchett PIO for the Grady County Sheriff's office was involved in an accident at the intersection of Hwy 19 and Windsor Drive around 4:00 p.m. this afternoon.
Ms. Hatchett was Eastbound on Hwy 19, had slowed to make a left turn onto Windsor Drive when her vehicle was struck from behind by a pickup driven by Bruce Heusel a Ninnekah resident.
Mr Heusel was treated at the scene then continued on his way after the investigation. Ms. Hatchett was transported by Chickasha EMS with unknown injuries although she was alert and conscious.
Ninnekah PD, GCSO, Ninnekah Fire as well as Chickasha Fire/EMS, Chickasha PD responded to the scene.
Friday, May 22, 2015 at 9:51:19 a.m.
James Hartline stole a memory card, returned it, got money, and then got caught. He was arrested for Petit Larceny of Merchandise from a Retailer and Fraudulently Obtaining Money by Fraudulent Representation
Johm Mayes was arrested for Driving Under Suspension and Failure to Wear Seatbelt at the intersection of U.S. Hwy 62 and Grand Avenue.
Malien Givens was arrested for Malicious Destruction of Another's Property in the 1200 Block of South 1st Street.
Maria Givens ws arrested for Public Intoxication and Threatening to Perform an Act of Violence in the 1400 Block of Sherperd Street.
A Domestic Abuse report was taken at 2117 South 12th Street.
Friday, May 22, 2015 at 9:46:45 a.m.
The Summer Reading Program is a national annual program designed to keep students engaged during times when school is not in session. Studies show that participation in the Summer Reading Program improves reading skills and helps students avoid learning loss during the "Summer Slide."
The 2015 Summer Reading Program theme is "Every Hero Has A Story."
Participants will receive rewards for reading and keeping track of their reading throughout the summer. The library will offer a variety of programs that will include books about superheroes, local heroes and heroes from history.
Programs will also include games, crafts and other activities.
Programs will take place every Thursday starting June 4th and run throughout June and July. These programs will be Thursdays at 10:00AM for kids 6 to 11 and at 2:00 PM for ages 12 and up.
Summer Reading Program sign up day is Thursday, May 28th from 10:00AM to 5:00PM. This will be an all day event with games set up in the library's meeting room.
This project is made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, the Oklahoma Department of Libraries and the Friends of the Chickasha Public Library.
Please feel free to call the library at 222-6075 with any questions.
Youth Services Librarian
Chickasha Public Library
527 W Iowa Ave
Chickasha, OK 73018
"A ship in a harbor is safe, but that is not what ships are built for." - John A. Shedd
Friday, May 22, 2015 at 9:46:12 a.m.
Due to the expected rain on Monday, The Veterans Memorial Day Program will be held at 11:00am at the Chickasha Elks Lodge, 1818 County Club Road. Please put a notice in the Chickasha Now.
Thursday, May 21, 2015 at 7:40:07 p.m.
The Chickasha High School Band Director has named the Drum Majors for the 2015-2016 School Year. Kristen Kern, Elizabeth Wilson, and Allison Crutchfield have been awarded this honor. Earlier this year the CHS band performed at Disneyworld in Orlando Florida. Congratulations ladies!
Thursday, May 21, 2015 at 1:07:12 a.m.
The American Red Cross Urges Oklahoma to Remain Prepared for Floods Download the Free Emergency App to Stay Safe
Oklahoma, Thursday, May 21, 2015- May is turning into one of the wettest months for Oklahoma thanks to non-stop heavy rain. There has already been flooding in the state and the American Red Cross encourages families to remain prepared for flooding and flash flooding to stay safe. As with any disaster, preparation can be the difference between life and death. The Red Cross recommends that individuals and families prepare for floods by:
* Downloading the free Red Cross Emergency to your mobile device. This
all-inclusive app provides expert advice on what to do in case of disasters such
as hurricanes, earthquakes, floods, tornadoes, home fires, wildfires and more. The
free Emergency App is available in app stores for smartphones and tablets by
searching for the American Red Cross or by going to
* Creating and practicing a Disaster Plan: Talk to everyone in your household
about what to do if a flood occurs. Decide where you would meet and who you would
contact in case of flooding. Assemble and maintain an emergency preparedness kit.
Be prepared to evacuate your family and pets at a moment's notice. To locate the
nearest Red Cross emergency shelter, check your flood app or visit
* Assembling an Emergency Preparedness Kit: Kits should contain a first aid kit and a seven-day supply of essential medications, foods that don't require cooking or refrigeration and manual can opener, bottled water, flashlights and a battery-powered radio with extra batteries, copies of important documents like your insurance policies, cell phone chargers, family and emergency contact information, maps of the area and other emergency items for the whole family.
* Heeding Flood Warnings: Listen to your local radio and TV stations for updated flood information. A flood WATCH means flooding or flash flooding is possible in your area. A food WARNING means flooding or flash flooding is already occurring or will occur soon in your area. When a flood or flash flood warning is issued for your area, head for higher ground and stay there.
* Relocating During Flood Warnings: Stay away from flood waters. If you come upon a flowing stream where water is above your ankle, stop, turn around and go another way. If you come upon a flooded road while driving, turn around and go another way. If you are caught on a flooded road and waters are rising rapidly around you, get out of the car quickly and move to higher ground. Most cars can be swept away by less than two feet of moving water.
* Keep children and pets out of the water, as they are curious and can be harmed by flowing or contaminated water.
* Be especially cautious at night when it is harder to recognize flood danger.
Thursday, May 21, 2015 at 1:06:45 a.m.
AT 22:07 HOURS, 05/20/2015, ON COUNTY ROAD 1410, 1/2 MILE EAST OF COUNTY STREET 2720 IN CADDO COUNTY
VEHICLE 1: 2004 FORD PICKUP DRIVEN BY: VICTORIA GAYLE PIERCE (SIC) WHITE / FEMALE AGE: 47 ADDRESS: CEMENT, OK NOT INJURED
PEDESTRIAN: IDENTITY IS PENDING INVESTIGATION PRONOUNCED DEAD AT THE SCENE FROM MASSIVE HEAD AND TRUNK INTERNAL INJURIES TRANSPORTED TO SEVIER FUNERAL HOME OF CHICKASHA
WHAT HAPPENED: VEHICLE 1 WAS WESTBOUND ON COUNTY ROAD 1410, TOPPED THE HILL AND STRUCK A PEDESTRIAN THAT WAS LYING IN THE ROADWAY.
DRIVER #1 CONDITION: (01) APPARENTLY NORMAL PEDESTRIAN CONDITION: PENDING INVESTIGATION CAUSE OF COLLISION: (99) PEDESTRIAN IN ROADWAY
SEATBELTS: EQUIPPED AND IN USE VEHICLE 1 AIRBAGS: EQUIPPED, DID NOT DEPLOY
WEATHER: CLOUDY ROADWAY: DRY, TWO LANE UNDIVIDED ASPHALT PINNED: NONE EJECTED: NONE
INVESTIGATED BY: TROOPER RUSTY RUSSELL # 695 WITH THE GRADY COUNTY DETACHMENT
ASSISTED BY: LT. JOE D. WILLIAMS #114, TROOPER JAMES JEWELL #534 AND TROOPER CHRIS BLACK #206.
OTHER AGENCIES: CADDO COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT, CEMENT POLICE DEPARTMENT AND ANADARKO EMS
"THIS REPORT IS BASED ON THE TROOPER'S INVESTIGATION OF THIS COLLISION. IT MAY CONTAIN THE OPINION OF THE TROOPER."
AUTH: TROOPER RUSTY RUSSELL # 695 OKLAHOMA HIGHWAY PATROL TROOP G, LAWTON OPER: BRANDON JOHNSON
Thursday, May 21, 2015 at 8:36:53 a.m.
A Pontiac a Grand Am and a Pontiac Grand Prix shared the same spot of roadway near the intersection of highway 81 and 277 8:11 a.m. this morning. One victim was transported by Chickasha EMS while others were treated at the scene.
Units from Chickasha Fire/EMS, Grady County Sheriff, Ninnekah Police as well as Ninnekah Station from GCFD quickly converged on the accident scene with a sense of urgency since the initial call indicated that some of the victims were children.
It Is believed that most of the injuries were minor.
The roadway was cleared within a 40 minute time frame.
Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at 3:26:26 p.m.
SATURDAY, JUNE 6 SHANNOAN SPRINGS PARK CHECK IN TIME: 8:30AM AT THE TENTS ON THE WEST SIDE STARTING AT 9:00AM UNTIL 12:00PM 3 AGE GROUPS: NEWBORN - 4 YEARS OLDS 5 - 8 YEARS OLDS 9 - 12 YEARS OLDS AWARDS IN EACH AGE GROUP: MOST FISH, BIGGEST FISH AND SMALLEST FISH HOT DOGS, CHIPS AND WATER SERVED AT NOON
Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at 3:24:43 p.m.
The annual Memorial Day Program will be held on Monday, May 25th at 11:00am at the Grady County Veterans Memorial located on the west side of Shannoan Springs Park.
The guest speaker will be SFC Dennis Linam, US Army Retired. SFC Linam's career has taken him too many areas of battle. He served as a Team leader in Panama, Central American at Ft. Clayton receiving the Jungle Expert Badge and the Expert Infantry Badge.
After a 10 year break in service, SFC Linam joined the Army National Guard of Oklahoma. He was then deployed in 2006 to Korngal Valley Afghanistan with the Charley Company 1/180th, 45th Infantry and assigned to the 10th Mountain Division. He received the Army Commendation Medal and the Combat Infantry Badge while coming under heavy rocket attacks from the insurgents in the northern Pesh Valley.
In 2007 he was assigned as Platoon Sergeant of Alpha Company 1/180th, 45th Infantry and deployed to Basra Iraq where he received the Bronze Star and the Combat Infantry Badge 1st Star. After this tour he was assigned as the Platoon Sergeant for the State of Oklahoma's ready reaction force, but was diagnosed with PTSD and traumatic brain injuries from his service in Afghanistan.
SFC Linam is a Graduate of the University of Phoenix with an Associate of Arts in Human Management and a bachelor's degree in communications journalism. He currently works part time as a journalist for KOOL 105.5 and The Ranch 106.1FM radio in Chickasha Oklahoma.
After the program at the Memorial, all veterans, family and friends are invited to the Chickasha Elks Lodge located at 1818 West Country Club Road for lunch. The Elks Lodge has provided many veterans with assistance and help with maintaining the Grady County Veterans Memorial.
If You Love Your Freedoms, Thank A Veteran!
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