Velma boys compete together at cattle show
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Douglass Pool splash pad work underway
Douglass Pool may be only about a month away from becoming a splash pad.
On Monday, City of Duncan workers began breaking up the concrete making up the pool deck. Dana Stanley, parks and cemetery superintendent for the city, said he hopes the slash pad project will be completed by the end of August to allow it to be used before the season comes to an end.
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Commissioners approve bridge project for 2019
A light agenda left the Stephens County commissioners with mostly routine items to approve during Monday’s regular meeting.
Police asking for all-digital electroshock Tasers
The Duncan City Council will be asked Tuesday to buy nine new Taser electroshock guns, holsters and battery packs for the police department.
Chamber to host after hours program at Holiday Inn Express
To provide a better understanding of what services the Holiday Inn Express provides to the community, the Duncan Chamber of Commerce and Industry will host its next Chamber Business After Hours at the hotel.
Family, friends remember Garner's Norman roots
Flowers started arriving at the James Garner statue at Main Street and Jones Avenue Sunday morning after residents learned of the famed actor and Norman native’s death Saturday night in California.
World's Largest Garage Sale was cool... real cool
The verdict is in for this year’s version of The World Largest Garage Sale -- cool weather is good for business.
Schools, local governments still hurt from the loss of military's leftovers
Cities, counties and school districts remain frozen out of a federal program that has sent millions of dollars worth of trenchers, trailers, semis, bulldozers, boats and forklifts and other equipment over the years.
School board hires Cobb as interim superintendent
Glenda Cobb was named interim superintendent of Duncan Public Schools during a special meeting of the Duncan Board of Education.
Dorman within 5 points of Fallin in governor’s race
Republican Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin holds only a 5-point lead over Democratic State Rep. Joe Dorman in the governor’s race, a new poll shows.
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