Area church briefs for Friday, April 5, 2013.
March 22 Church Briefs
Editors note: These are the correct church briefs for Friday, March 22 edition of The Duncan Banner. They were not published in today's paper. We regret any inconvenience this may have caused our readers.
Chisholm Trail Heritage Center promotes Youth Art Month
Designing your own pair of sunglasses may be just a dream to some but for a few area youths, they were able to do just that to celebrate Youth Art Month Oklahoma.
Bosworth’s movie promo tour begins in Duncan
To most, he was known as “The Boz,” the high-flying, mohawk wearing, controversial linebacker who was forever entrenched in Oklahoma football lore when he helped bring the Sooners a national title in 1986.
'Blues' show brings fun
While one performer Saturday night glued on sideburns and created a nose out of putty and wax, the other got dressed. After adorning black suits and slapping on Raybans and fedoras, the pair were transformed into their onstage personas as the Briefcase Blues.
Film looks at value of ag land
“Losing the West” tells the story of land that was once wild and tamed only by ranchers and farmers who understood its necessity to society, yet is now being taken over by urbanization.
Retired Navy mechanic shares glow of season
Editor's note: Edited to correct printed version for daughter's name.
First Presbyterian women save sentimental Christmas treasures
Over the years, items begin to lose their luster while some almost disintegrate and the women of First Presbyterian Church have made an effort to reverse the aging effects on their special Chrismon tree ornaments as well as make new ones.
Centenarian recalls travels, West Point history
Much can be seen by one person in 100 years and Fanny Russell of Duncan, who celebrates her centennial birthday today, has seen a lot and still has quite a bit of spunk.
Horse, former owner reunited
When 11 horses were seized from a local woman pending allegations of animal cruelty, on Oct. 7, it gave Emily Schrick a chance to save and love her first gelding, Reese.
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