DUNCAN — Emergency crews responded to a vehicle collision just after 3 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2013 at the intersection of Sixth and Main Street. No one was injured in the accident. The green Ford pickup failed to yield to the white Mercury while crossing Main Street. The passenger side door of the Mercury was non-operational immediately after the accident. A spare tire was also needed to replace the front left tire.
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Velma tradition thrives at Old Settlers Picnic
Generations of local families watched and participated in a ranch rodeo Wednesday to start the 124th annual Velma Old Settlers Picnic.
Marlow Elementary wing may open at start of school year
The new wing of the Marlow Elementary School may be ready for use when school begins Aug. 14.
Stephens County E911 mapping nears completion
A little more than a year has passed since Stephens County ditched one mapping company to start another E911 mapping from scratch.
Parts of Stephens County get rainfall
More than 2 inches of rain fell in parts of Stephens County Wednesday to bring some welcome relief to parched lawns, flower beds and pastures.
Preliminary hearing for fourth Lane suspect postponed
A preliminary hearing was postponed on Wednesday until Nov. 18 for a Duncan man charged as an accessory after the fact to first-degree murder in the shooting death of Australian ballplayer Chris Lane.
Engineer camp opens Friday in Duncan
The GoEngineer Kids Camp is coming to Duncan this year after a strong turnout from Stephens County at last year’s camp in Oklahoma City.
Comanche teenager named Presidential Scholar
Comanche native Cody Crow was one of two Oklahoma high school students named a Presidential Scholar.
Chamber After Hours introduces community to Holiday Inn Express
Every room was a new experience Tuesday as members of the Duncan community toured the Holiday Inn Express.
Heritage center sets attendance record with cowboy event
The National Day of the Cowboy event at the Chisholm Trail Heritage Center doubled its attendace this year.
Children visit Kiwanis to learn civic leadership
Fifteen elementary schoolchildren are getting a first-hand civics lesson this week.
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