Chickasha

Chickasha

(chĭk`əshā), city (1990 pop. 14,988), seat of Grady co., S central Okla., on the Washita River; inc. 1898. It lies in an agricultural area. Chickasha manufactures furniture, medical equipment and supplies, house trailers, fabricated metal products, and animal feeds. The Oklahoma College of Liberal Arts is in Chickasha.
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This scope of work calls for the provision of goods and services as necessary to develop, install, and make operational an automatic water meter reading system in the Chickasha Municipal Authority, including the installation of approximately 7000 residential and commercial water meters to function as part of the AMI System.
Steve Gerdes, President for Chickasha Dr Pepper-Royal Crown, said, "We are excited to be included in a new cutting edge product line that has the potential to be a game changer in the beverage industry in this drink category.
Bullock, came to the Sipuel household in Chickasha, Oklahoma.
Adams started her career in 1974 as a sports reporter at Oklahoma's Chickasha Daily Express and worked her way up to sports editor and then ad director.
But she is due to leave intensive care in a few days and make a full recovery after Saturday's jump in Chickasha, Oklahoma.
Trauma surgeon Dr Jeffrey Bender said Makenzie Wethington hurt her liver, broke her pelvis, lumbar spine in her lower back, a shoulder blade and several ribs and a tooth in Saturday's fall in Chickasha, Oklahoma.
Also in there are such wonderfully exotic publications as the Chickasha News, from Grady County in Oklahoma, but as far as I can see (though I am prepared to be proved wrong) the little old Examiner appears to be the only limey news outlet being made privy to this information.
The stations will be located in Altus, Chickasha, Guthrie, Guymon, Lawton, Norman, Okemah, Oklahoma City and Webbers Falls--with another location to be determined.
Also advanced his career and from a staff nurse at Cincinnati Children's to a hospice field nurse for Hospice of the Blue Grass in Lexington, KY to his current position as the Hospice Administrator for Ross Health Care based in Chickasha, Oklahoma responsible for four offices and hospice staffs across the central part of the state of Oklahoma for the organization.
Presidents from Tulsa Community College, Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma in Chickasha, Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma Christian University in Oklahoma City and the University of Central Oklahoma participated in a wide-ranging panel discussion at the Central Oklahoma campus.
Southwest Bancorp, Inc is a publicly owned financial holding company of Stillwater National Bank and Trust Company and Bank of Kansas, with banking subsidiary offices in Oklahoma City, Stillwater, Tulsa, Edmond, and Chickasha, Oklahoma; Dallas, San Antonio, Austin, and Houston, Texas; and Wichita, Kansas City, Anthony, Harper, Mayfield, Overland Park and Hutchinson, Kansas.
A native of Chickasha, Oklahoma, Moody also won the 1989 US Senior Open.