Friday May 17
Agritourism bill provides protection
Much recent state legislature has been focusing on helping out family-owned small businesses and the agritourism industry is in the process of being included in these measures.
Walters man in DRH after thrown off his Harley in accident on SH 53
An accident at midnight, May 12, on State Highway 53, one tenths of a mile west of Tucker Road in Stephens County, involved two vehicles and put the driver of a Harley in the hospital.
Area schools prepare for graduations
For the next few weeks, area high schools will be graduating their senior classes.
Comanche recognizes community members
It was the Comanche Chamber of Commerce's turn to recognize those in its community who have made an impact on the city during the last year.
Mark Twain students get easy lesson in recycling
Mark Twain students learned the ins and outs of recycling. During a recycling program Friday, the students learned more about the recycling program being instituted by Waste Connections for Duncan, Marlow and Comanche.
City Council to consider payment approval
Required repairs made to Duncan Fire Department Vehicles are awaiting approval of payment by the Duncan City Council, for a total of $7,700.28 for the work.
Recycling for home, not business-use
Brad Hegwer, Waste Connections district manager, said the recycling program, which begins May 6, is intended for residential pickup in Duncan, Marlow and Comanche, not businesses.