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Duncan City Council, with the help of City Attorney David Hammond, announced Tuesday after an executive session during the regularly scheduled council meeting the city agreed to settle a lawsuit between itself and a former employee.


Stephens County man Steven Jerome Arrington was denied a renewal of his process servicer license after a protest by the Oklahoma Sooner Private Process Server Association Inc. (OSPPSA) on the basis of State Statute regarding conduct of the profession. Stephens County Special District Judge Brent Russell presided over the protest.

During a meeting Tuesday, the Duncan City Council approved the vacating of platted rights of way on the unimproved section of Cypress Avenue b…

A proposed change to a city ordinance created a stir of opinion, facts, and testimony Tuesday at Duncan’s regular City Council Meeting.


The regular City Council Meeting held on Tuesday was attended by Mayor Dennington, Jimmy Peters, Ward 1, Dr. Michael Nelson, Ward 2, Patty Wininger, Ward 3, Ricky Mayes, Ward 4, City Manager Kimberly Meek, and the City Attorney David Hammond.