The fight for penny pinchers is intensifying.
Throughout its 124-year-history, the Velma Old Settlers’ Picnic has evolved from a community picnic to a large event featuring a rodeo, carnival and live music.
Crystal Becerra wants students to learn how to draw self-portraits in the Chisholm Trail Heritage Center’s latest class.
Oklahoma voters have until Friday to register to vote in the August 26 primary runoff election.
Moving into the last few days of rehearsals, Teen Theatre participants are putting the final touches on their upcoming production of “The Pied Piper of Hamlin.”
Stephens county commissioners voted Monday to apply for grants to help them buy a tree grinder for the county.
The City of Duncan has found what it believes is a positive way to handle the disposal of all the dogs and cats it euthanizes.
It sells their carcasses to science.
The practice, which has been going on for about five years now, not only furthers the cause of educational science, but provides some money for the cash-strapped Duncan’s general fund.
Joshua Drake once was offered the chance to be a corrections officer but turned it down because he didn’t want to leave his wife and aging parents for six weeks to train hundreds of miles away in El Reno.
Cable One, the cable TV service provider for Duncan and Marlow, will begin a series of changes in its channel lineup on Aug. 5, the company said.
The cable service is changing to an all digital format that will enable customers with an HDTV to see high definition programs in true high defnition.
It’s been seven years since Oklahoma legislators passed the tax-free holiday to keep shoppers in Oklahoma.
Beginning at midnight Friday, the tax-free weekend returns to Oklahoma and is set to conclude at midnight Aug. 3. The Duncan Chamber of Commerce and Industry hopes Duncan retailers will benefit from the three-day event.