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The City of Duncan already has two groups who have taken it upon themselves to Adopt-A-Park — First Bank & Trust Co. and the Suiter family who have selected Memorial Park and Olen Sledge Park respectively.

The City of Duncan is giving citizens another opportunity to clean up some of the debris left from the storms earlier in the month. 

After some residents were without power for almost two days, Duncan is now fully charged and online. Tuesday night’s storm with high winds saw a number of trees break and damage power lines across town.

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COMANCHE — The City of Comanche tabled a contract at the advice from city attorney Deborah Sterker as there had been an issue within the contract found after the allowable time to edit the city’s agenda. Also, the Comanche Police Department retired K9 officer Wako for health reasons.

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The City of Duncan’s Code Enforcement department deals with a lot of things, from buildings not being up to code or built without permits to sanitation issues like sewer leaks and theft of utilities to yes, grass that is too long.

Greetings Duncan Citizens, aka Taxpayers. Let’s talk about the ½ cent sales tax coming up for renewal by your vote on January 8, from the City…

Christmas time is here — time for festivities, peppermints and parades. Stephens County has a unique tradition. Each of the three major communities hosts their parade on the same day, but at different times. The idea is to share the magic, get new people to your community and allow everyone to see and be in all three parades. So mark your calendars, and plan to shop local and see some great parades on the first Saturday in December.