Food, fun and fireworks kicked off a night of family fun in Duncan on Saturday night with the annual Fourth of July Independence Day Celebration. This year's celebration took place at the Abe Raizen park and featured blowups, a concert with entertainment by Von Hawks Rising and fireworks that ended the festivities. The City of Duncan gave a special thanks to those who help with the Independence Day celebration, including: The Duncan Chamber of Commerce, Duncan Machine Products, The Tilley Group, Duncan Noon Lions Club, The Stephens County Fair and Expo Center and the City of Duncan, staff and personnel, who helped coordinate this celebration, City Manager Kimberly Meek, Fire Chief Dayton Burnside, Police Chief Danny Ford, Emergency Management Director Tera Mathis, Public Works Directory Buddy Hokit, Assistant Public Works Director Larry Jones and the Fireworks Team of trained volunteers.
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ALLEN [ndash] Graveside services for Gracie Jean Carpenter Holt, 76, of Allen are 10 a.m. Monday, Sep. 27, 2021, at the Allen Cemetery, Bro. Gary Lewis, Sr. will officiate. Family and friends may gather at the Allen Chapel from 4-8 p.m. Sunday, Sep. 26, 2021. Ms. Holt passed away Thursday, S…
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