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The Chickasha City Council gave its approval to contracting with a new company that is expected to improve the city's EMS billing services and collections. Samaniego said Quick Med Claims has worked well for cities like Anadarko and Ponca City and has a good track record of working with Native American tribes. Grayson was quoted as saying the funds were deated Wife want sex Ninnekah ad valorem taxes which actually go to school districts. Grayson said the city council was simply giving back money that wasn't the city's in the first place. Grayson said the city was only supposed to receive a percentage of that money which is then passed on to TIF District developers as a partial reimbursement for the costs of building within the TIF district.
Suspect Accused of Terrorizing Neighbors. A Caddo County man is accused of terrorizing his neighbors. Cobb had been arrested and charged with intimidating a witness and violating a protective order after the neighbors reported several perceived threats from Gonzalez. The Lawton Constitution reports that a woman asked for protective order against Gonzalez last month and while doing so, he took of photo of her at the hearing. Gonzalez is alleged to have continued to intimidate and harass the couple, to include shining bright lights into their home and playing predator phone calls on a loudspeaker in the middle of the night.
If convicted of the felony for intimidating a witness Gonzalez faces up to 10 years in prison. Anadarko to Fog Neighborhoods for Mosquitos Again. At least one community in the area will be going through neighborhoods with fogging machines in an attempt to reduce their s. The City of Anadarko has already been through neighborhoods once and announced on its Facebook that crews will be fogging again tonight. The post indicates they typically spray at night because that's when the mosquitos are most active.
It does say that the spray is only effective in open areas and does not do as well in areas with trees, bushes, or tall grass. The chemical kills the pests on contact but does not kill larvae in water. Officials ask residents to dump any stagnate standing water, dump and re-fill bird baths and non-treated swimming pools with fresh water often, and keep grass mowed. They also urge residents to have their porch lights on when they spray saying the lights encourage the mosquitos to be active and fly into the fog. There's no word if the City of Chickasha will be spraying for Wife want sex Ninnekah mosquitos.
We'll contact city hall today to find out. A longtime Chickasha business will continue with a fourth generation of a local family ing the company. The late Todd Sevier, Larry's son and Austin's uncle, also worked at the funeral Wife want sex Ninnekah.
Larry will continue as the e-in-charge and Austin's father, Jeff Kile, will continue serving as the office manager at both the Chickasha and Tuttle funeral homes. Permit for Cell Phone Tower Denied. The Chickasha City Council unanimously voted against issuing a special use permit to build a cell phone tower in a residential area. The company wanted to build a foot tower near 9th and Dakota Ave.
Officials said they looked at other proposed sites and believed they were not feasible. Many of the same residents who spoke out against the project at a city council meeting last month were back to let their feelings be known. Mary Francis Hathaway was one of them. In the end, the council voted to deny the special use permit. The Chickasha City Council also settled a dispute over the amount of money the city received from one of its Tax Increment Finance districts. It wasn't clear what error may have occurred that forced the council to make that decision.
It was a unanimous vote of the council to make that payment. Chix Ward 3 Meeting Scheduled. Residents in Chickasha's Ward 3 will be able to meet their council representatives and other city officials to discuss concerns as well as ideas about making the city a better place to live. The third of four Ward meetings this year will be held at p. Monday, July 12th at city hall. Ward Three council representatives Dr.
Ashanti-Alexander and Oscar Nelson will be on hand.
Residents can e-mail questions to info chickasha. Similar meetings have already been held for residents in Wards 1 and 2 while residents in Ward 4 will have their meeting next month. Oklahoma Congressman Frank Lucas is co-sponsoring a bill in the nation's capitol to expand rural broadband service for rural states like Oklahoma.
The website www. Energy and Metals. A memorial service for Billie Jean Griffin, 94, of Chickasha will be held at a. Saturday, July 31st at First Presbyterian Church. Arrangements are with Ferguson Funeral Home. A plan to erect a cell phone tower in a Chickasha neighborhood is getting some push back by residents in the area. The Chickasha City Council will hold a public hearing on the controversial issue tonight. Branch Communications wants to build the tower near 8th and Dakota Ave. Several residents spoke against the proposal at the June 21 st city council meeting while developers were also on hand to support the project.
The city's Planning Commission voted against the project earlier this year. The panel will also have a closed-door session regarding an investigation into the city's Tax Increment Finance District payments. The council meets tonight at tonight at city hall. The Grady County Courthouse will be closed again today.
The courthouse has been dealing with sewer back-up issues for over a week. The county emergency management office sent out a text last night saying the office would be closed today. This morning's regularly scheduled county commissioners meeting has been moved to the Grady County Fairgrounds community building at 9 a. In the meantime some meetings that were scheduled tomorrow at the courthouse have been canceled.
The county excise board and the tax roll correction board meetings that were scheduled for tomorrow have been called off and have not yet been re-scheduled. A new Wife want sex Ninnekah year is underway for city, county, and state governments. July 1st is when those offices begin with new budgets for the next 12 months. Grady County Sheriff Jim Weir, whose budget is the largest of the departments at the county level, is asking commissioners and the excise board for a budget increase in order to hire a new employee.
Weir said over-worked employees probably don't do as good a job as they could and that it's fair to the public to hire a new investigator as some cases don't get as much attention as they should. Area Lawmakers Honored by Children's Group. In a press release issued by OICA, Roe said there is no more important role of government than to protect and nurture children. Other regional state lawmakers recognized for their work for kids were Rep. He said Wife want sex Ninnekah is already working with lawmakers on measures to consider for the legislative session.
Arrangements are with McRay Funeral Home. A graveside service for Linda Fay Jansen, 79, of Chickasha will be held at a. Wednesday, July 7 th at the Erin Springs Cemetery. Arrangements are with Sevier Funeral Home. She owned and operated Lee's Beauty School. As the nation celebrates Independence Day, Oklahoma law enforcement agencies will be working to make highways and lakes safer. The Oklahoma Highway patrol's END DUI team is partnering with a Wife want sex Ninnekah agencies throughout the state with high visibility patrols and to conduct sobriety checkpoints.
Officials ask those who chose to drink this weekend to have a deated driver, call a friend or family member or call a ride-sharing service such as Uber or Lyft. A traveling museum featuring artifacts from the first world war will be on display at this weekend's Old Fashioned 4th of July celebration in Marlow. It will be the first time in a year-and-a-half for the World War I th anniversary mobile museum to visit communities.
Curator Keith Colley tells the Lawton Constitution he's really stoked to get back on the road. Colley's collection includes uniforms, binoculars, television sets, typewriters that soldiers used to write letters on to send home, and even bi-planes. There's information about Alvin York, the most decorated soldier of the war, and Jacob "Pappy" Stevens who served as a runner.
Colley says he started the museum to help Alzheimer's patients, taking them items that they could see and feel for mental connectivity. The museum is open all day today during Marlow's Old Fashioned Independence Day celebration and will be open tomorrow and Monday from Admission is free. Chickasha's Curtis Hart is a resilient individual. While his annual TwisterFest music festival at the Muscle Car Ranch was rained out last week, he has another event this 4th of July weekend which has a much better weather forecast.
Hart calls this event the BlisterFest. Hart has a of bands from the Austin, Texas area coming in which include Ramsay Midwood who has written a song about the county seat of of Grady County. All the bands will play at the Trail Boss Amphitheatre.
For information on the bands performing, see Curtis Hart's Facebook. The Grady County District Attorney's Office has filed formal charges against Wife want sex Ninnekah Ninnekah man for alleged child molestation.
Dietrich is to announce his attorney July 15th and with a preliminary hearing conference scheduled July 28th. Courthouse Flooding Issues Persist. Other than a few hours on Monday the courthouse has been closed all week. And with next Monday being a holiday because of the Independence Day weekend the courthouse is not scheduled to re-open until next Tuesday. Semi Fire Shuts Down Highway.
A semi on fire shut down U. Highway 81 near Minco last night. No details are available other than the OHP said traffic was shut down just before last night. The fire occurred three miles south of Minco at CR The highway was closed for about an hour and a half and re-opened about Regional Independence Day Celebrations.
There are a of 4th of July celebrations in the region this weekend. Tonight in Blanchard there's live music, kids games, and fireworks behind the Sonic Drive In. All the activities start at p. Tomorrow in Apache, the chamber of commerce is hosting a Freedom Fest which gets underway at p. Marlow Teen's Artwork Wins Award. A Marlow teenager will have a piece of her artwork on display in Washington, D. That's Congressman Tom Cole's district. Hill's entry done with a No. Capitol Building. A reception for all top prize winners will be held later this year in the nation's capitol.
Community Blood Drive Today. Before heading out on your Independence Day weekend celebration we ask that you take a few minutes to help the blood institute re-stock their shelves. Officials say a blood emergency is still in effect. No appointment is needed. While air conditioners are hard at work keeping us cool this summer not too many people are thinking ahead to next winter. But there is speculation that propane prices could be higher.
Matt Skinner with the Oklahoma Corporation Commission says that summer propane prices are climbing which experts say is unusual. Skinner discusses reasons why propane prices are on the rise. Talk Show Topics. Here's what we're talking about this weekend. Find links to both programs under the Community tab on this website. A reserve officer for the Ninnekah Police Department is arrested on a complaint of child sexual abuse.
Dietrich is being held in the Grady County Jail and is accused of rape and child sexual abuse. No formal charges have been filed at this time. Ninnekah Police Chief Scott Miller said Dietrich had been an unpaid reserve officer for about 18 months.Wife want sex Ninnekah
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