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Washita Valley Weekly  
Page 7
February 20, 2019
We Believe in Oklahoma
A Celebration in the Street
 Chickasha to Host Third Annual Open Streets Event
 The City of Chickasha, in conjunction with the Open
Streets Planning Committee and the YMCA of Greater
Oklahoma City, will be hosting the third annual Open
Streets event in downtown Chickasha on Saturday, May
4.
 From 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., a three-block area of
Chickasha Avenue from 3rd Street to the Rock
Island Depot, will be shut off to all motorized traffic,
transforming the street into a family-friendly (and
free!) block party environment. Event organizers aim to
promote activities that get people moving in fun ways,
such as biking, walking, skating, dancing and playing.
 Shelly McConnell, an employee of Standley Systems
and member of the Open Streets Planning Committee,
says, “The kids love building sand castles and riding their bikes through the bike rodeo, while adults can enjoy
the interactive art installations or try their hand at archery; There really is something for everyone!”
 Open Streets is an event celebrated around the world, in large metropolitan areas and small towns alike.
Regardless of the city or town, the Open Streets mission of promoting any and all modes of physical activity
while fostering a sense of community remains the same.
 Open Streets Chickasha is no different. The event will have local vendors lining the street who provide free
activities and games for the whole family. In past years, activities have included a bike rodeo, basketball, hula
hooping, interactive art, dancing, and so much more. There will also be multiple drawings throughout the
event for various prizes, as well as local food vendors.
 “The best part of Open Streets is watching so many people simply having fun and being active with their
friends and family,” said Jenn Mikesell of the TSET Healthy Living Program of Grady County. “We invite
all Chickasha and surrounding community members to show up on May 4th with their bikes, roller blades or
dancing shoes and play in the street!”
 Applications for vendors and sponsors are being accepted and can be found on the Open Streets Chickasha
Facebook page, @openstreetschickasha. More information about the event and photos and videos from
previous years can also be found on the Facebook page. For more information please contact Mary Kate
Henson at
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COURTHOUSE NEWS
The following felony charges have been filed against
these individuals, however they are presumed innocent
until proven guilty. Information from
GRADY COUNTY
BRADLEY, DARRIN TRAVIS, OF CHICKASHA: FELONIOUSLY POINTING
FIREARM (FELONY); DOMESTIC ABUSE - ASSAULT & BATTERY (MISD).
ANDERSON, JUSTIN PAUL, OF BLANCHARD: TWO COUNTS OF
FALSE CLAIM FOR INSURANCE (FELONY); POSS. OF STOLEN
VEHICLE (FELONY); POSS. OF STOLEN IMPLEMENT OF HUSBANDRY
(FELONY;); POSS. FIREARMS AFTER CONVICTION OR DURING
PROBATION (FELONY).
NEWSOM, DERRECK ANTHONY, OF CHICKASHA: ASSAULT & BATTERY
ON POLICE OFFICER (FELONY).
VELEZ, BOBBY LUIS, OF EDMOND: DOMESTIC ASSAULT AND
BATTERY WITH A DANGEROUS WEAPON (FELONY); LEAVING SCENE
OF ACCIDENT INVOLVING INJURY (FELONY).
BLUNT, CHAD LAMONT, OF OKLAHOMA CITY: POSS. W/ INTENT TO
DIST. (FELONY).
THOMAS, AUSTYN KADE, OF LINDSAY: POSS. W/ INTENT TO DIST.
(FELONY); POSS. OF PARA. (MISD).
CADDO COUNTY
NONE FILED.
Marriage License
Applications
GRADY COUNTY
RIDLEY, TRAYCER LOGAN AND
DUNN, PAIGE NICOLE, BOTH OF
ALEX.
SHACKELFORD, DUSTIN
TRENT, OF POCASSET, AND
PRUITT, RENAE DEENELL, OF
CHICKASHA.
WALL, BOBBIE LEVI AND MEEKS,
ELIZABETH IRENE, BOTH OF
AMBER.
BURKHEAD, ROYCE D. AND
NOEL, PATRICIA G., BOTH OF
VERDEN.
CADDO COUNTY
VASQUEZ, JARIB TREY AND
HORSECHIEF, JESSICA, BOTH OF
FORT COBB.
JUAREZ MORALES, JOSE ANGEL
AND JARAMILLO, FRANCISCA
GUADALUPE, BOTH OF EAKLY.
Divorce Filings
GRADY COUNTY
PETTY, SARA NICOLE VS.
PETTY, COLBY DEWAYNE.
WHITE, DEBRA KAY VS.
WHITE, REBECCA ANGELITA.
ADAMS, SHIRLENE RENEE VS.
ADAMS, SAMUEL RAY.
RANDALL, SHAWNA MARIE VS.
RANDALL, JEREMY.
CADDO COUNTY
TURLEY, MICHAEL JAMES VS.
TURLEY, JENNIFER LYNN.
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Royal Rangers third Annual Chili Cook-
off set for March 2; Entries Welcome
 Chickasha area Royal Rangers will host a chili
cook-off on Saturday, March 2, at Grand Assembly
of God Church, 102 E. Almar Dr., Chickasha. Set up
will begin at 10 a.m.; judging starts at 11. This event
is open to all chili cooks and connoisseurs.
 Entries are $20 for each cook and prizes will be
awarded for first, second, and third places.
 Donations will be accepted for all-you-can-eat!
Proceeds go toward the Royal Rangers travelling
expenses to OK District Pow Wow (Camp Out).
 Royal Rangers is an activity-based small ministry
for boys and young men in grades K-12.
  For more information, contact Kevin Bristow at
(405) 574-2291.
Bray Daddy Daughter Dance
 Girls are invited to bring their dad or other special
adult male guest for an evening of dancing to benefit
the Bray-Doyle Academic Booster Club.
 The event will take place at the Bray Community
Center on Saturday, February 23 from 6 to 8 pm.
 Tickets are $25 couple and $5 for each additional
daughter, which includes a 4x6 photo, corsage, snacks, drinks and music by DJ.
 The Academic Club has raised over $27,500 in the past 5 years that goes toward
classroom education..
“I have always been
cautioned about the
dangers of picking up
hitchhikers. But, I am
thinking, What’s the
chance of their be-
ing two serial killers
in one vehicle at the
same time?”
Recent text message:
“I got mugged by six
dwarfs last night.
Not Happy!”
 In 1999 I was cau-
tioned, “Do not get into
a car with a stranger.”
 In 2009 I was told,
“Do not meet people
from the internet alone.”
 In 2019 I am instruct-
ed to call UBER ... Isn’t
that ordering yourself a
stranger from the inter-
net to get into a car with
alone”
Times are Changing  
“My Daddy always told me to never take candy from
a stranger. Unless, he offers you a ride too.
... Seymore Folkes
If “yall” means “you
all”, what does “all yall”
mean?
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