Michael Wade Waggner, 41, and Lacey Taylor, 34, both of Duncan.
Dennis Leroy Cameron Jr., 39, and Tuesday Melissa Jones, 36, both of Duncan.
William Jeremiah Cottrell, 37, and Rae Lynn Perkins, 31, both of Countyline.
Justin Wade Gray, 23, and Kelsie Dawn Wilson, 20, both of Duncan.
Jimmie William Castor, 28, and Shannon Renee Perry, 22, both of Velma.
Frederick Laverne Buchanan, 50, and Penny Darlene Thompson, 52, both Duncan.
Carlton Scot Keenan, 50 and Shelley Kathleen Lassley, 43, both of Duncan.
Alton J.C. Graham, 58, of Rush Springs, and Kelli Dawn Webb, 43, of Marlow.
Tilton Anthony Auenson, 73, and Dawn Diane Skiles, 65, both of Duncan.
Lance Angus Troutman, 26, and Amanda Kathryn Howard, 24, both of Marlow.
Glenn Edwin Gill vs. Wilma Pauline Gill
Richard Glenn Owens vs. Sara Lynn Owens
George Franklin Cooper vs. Cheryl Lynn Grimshaw
Wanda M. Brown vs. Ronnie L. Brown
Shannon Lorraine Maddox vs. James Ryan Maddox
Bill Gene Hamilton vs. Christine Anela Hamilton
Bliss Suzan Parker vs. Shawn Michael Parker
Jerry K. Archer vs. Christina R. Archer
Manuel Olivas-Jiminez, 41, Duncan, Resisting arrest by obstruction: $150 fine and court costs.
Jennifer Fudge, 33, Duncan, Public intoxication: $150 fine and court costs.
Jacob Strawn, 21, Loco, (1) Driving under suspension: $250 fine and court costs; (2) Trasporting open container: $150 fine and court costs; (3)Failure to stop within assured clear distance ahead: $95 fine and court costs.
Rosella Drawbaugh, 26, Duncan, (1) No or expired tag: $95 fine and court costs; (2) No or expired insurance: $150 fine and court costs.
Guy Thurlo, 56, Duncan, Disturbing the peace: $150 fine and court costs.
John Thorn, 41, Duncan, (1) Failure to appear: $250 fine, court costs and 30 days in jail; (2) Public intoxication: $150 fine and court costs.
Christopher Turpin, 27, Duncan, (1) Possession of drug paraphernalia: $540 fine and court costs; (2) No or expired insurance: $150 fine and court costs.
Robert Chacon, 27, Duncan, Public intoxication: $250 fine, court costs and 30 days in jail.
Evelyn Rose, 49, Duncan, (1) Driving under suspension: $250 fine and court costs; (2) Driving left of center: $85 fine and court costs.
Charles West, 27, Duncan, Driving under suspension: $350 fine, court costs and 30 days in jail.
Peter Orozco, 26, Duncan, (1) Animal, running at large: $95 fine and court costs; (2) Animal, vicious animal: $95 fine and court costs.
Janamarie Crowell, 21, Duncan, No or expired insurance: $150 fine and court costs.
Stormie Max, 27, Waurika, (1) Speeding: $44 fine and court costs; (2) No or expired insurance: $150 fine and court costs.
Kathie Key, 50, Duncan, (1) Possession of drug paraphernalia: $540 fine and court costs; (2) Possession of marijuana: $540 fine and court costs.
Tiffany Day, 33, Duncan, Public intoxication: $150 fine and court costs.
Andrew Luckey, 41, Marlow, Public intoxication: $250 fine, court costs and 30 days in jail.
Ronald Standridge, 50, Duncan, (1) Driving under suspension: $250 fine and court costs; (2) No or expired insurance: $250 fine and court costs.
Sylvester Wiggins, 25, Duncan, Public intoxication: $150 fine and court costs.
Shawn Wright, 19, Velma, (1) Transporting open container: $150 fine and court costs; (2) Defective equipment: $85 fine and court costs.
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Waurika City Commissioners reinstate Brown
Chuck Brown was somewhat surprised early last week when the Waurika City Commissioners voted to terminate him from the position of city manager.
Brown was very surprised four days later to learn he had been “un-terminated” and restored to the city manager position.
Awards handed out at livestock show
Winners were announced and students walked away vests and plaques at the end of the week-long 76th annual Stephens County Junior Livestock Show, which ended Friday.
Following the award ceremony, the premium sale began as livestock was auctioned off.
Stephens County Fair Board secretary Kathy Shorter said funds for the sale are gathered through the different clubs in support of the students in the competition.
School boards to meet Monday
Bray-Doyle, Central High and Velma-Alma public schools will meet at their respective superintendents’ offices at 6:30 p.m. Monday.
Velma-Alma’s school board will discuss possible re-employment of certified teachers and staff for next school year and possible approval of a senior trip to Medieval Times in May
Today marks beginning of Daylight Savings Time
Daylight Savings Time began in the early hours today as clocks were set forward one hour.
Clocks were skipped ahead from 2 a.m. to 3 a.m. and won’t be set back again until Nov. 2 when Daylight Savings Time ends.
DPD aims to fill five staff vacancies
The Duncan Police Department is looking for five new officers.
Of the department’s 43 patrol officers, two are females and one is Hispanic. There are no African-American officers.
The city’s search for five new officers includes anyone who is qualified, said Chief of Police Daniel Ford.
Forestry service selling seedlings to public
The Oklahoma Forestry Service will offer the gift of seedlings to the public.
The service, which sells seedlings on its website throughout the year, will come to Duncan to sell seedlings and give Duncan residents a chance to speak to their forester, Kevin Keys, in person during the sale on Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Stephens County Conservation District Office at 3901 W. Beech Ave.
Half-cent sales tax approval urged for city’s growth
Twenty years have passed since the City of Duncan passed a half-cent sales tax to establish a foundation to strengthen the local economy.
Lyle Roggow, president of the Duncan Area Economic Development Foundation, and Ben Herrington, DAEDF Board chairman, spoke Thursday on the need to continue the sales tax to keep the economy strong.
Junior livestock show finishes Friday night
The 76th Stephens County Junior Livestock Show concludes tonight with the awards presentation at 6 and the bonus sale at 6:30 at the county fairgrounds and expo center.
On Thursday, the doe meat goat show, wether meat goat show, steer show and heifer show were held.
Church Women United organization to celebrate World Day of Prayer
Christian women from various denominations will celebrate their beliefs by coming together this morning to pray.
The local Church Women United organization is set to meet at 9:30 a.m. today in the First Christian Church for fellowship and a program. Today is the 2014 World Day of Prayer, which brings women from all denominations together. The local effort is headed by Church Women United.
Baseball teams remember Chris Lane in Ada
One by one, they stopped playing or coaching and walked past the media to talk about Chris Lane.
Guess you could say he was on everybody’s mind Wednesday, especially the 40 or so players from Redlands Community College and East Central University.
They were all wearing Chris Lane’s numbers on the ECU diamond.
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