14 hrs ago
A Christmas ride to remember
Eighty-year-old Gerald Marlar hasn't ridden a bicycle regularly for decades, but he and five of his buddies are making certain Duncan children get that opportunity this Christmas.
18 hrs ago
Museum on track for holidays
Although watching car after car go by while waiting for the caboose to pass at a railroad crossing is usually inconvenient, there is something almost mesmerizing about a model train going round and round a track.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Armitstead tackles next challenge at Christians Concerned
Barbara Armitstead came out of retirement to lend help to one of Duncan's non-profit ventures.
City's new budget our plan for future
All eyes should be focused on members of the Duncan City Council and its professional staff as work continues in putting together a budget for the upcoming fiscal year.
Abigail Smith sends her final goodbye through online video
Though a community is grieving this weekend over the loss of Abigail Smith, those who knew her the best, know she is free from the pain of cancer.
Winter weather continues
Temperatures dropped to 10 degrees. Freezing rain and snow fell, covering roads and yards.
Duncan FD battles blaze
Snow fell Friday, but Duncan firefighters stayed warm by the heat of a structure fire.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Duncan resident, 93, celebrates holidays with twin
Many can only imagine the fun of growing up with a twin. Few have experienced the joy of growing older with someone of such a connection.
Laverne Dickey, 82, went home to be with our Lord and Savior on Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
2013 tells the same story as previous volumes
December is upon us as we prepare to write the 12th latest volume in our series known as "Life."
Jimmy's Egg to arrive in March
Jimmy's Egg is coming to Duncan. In March, the breakfast and lunch restaurant will be taking over the old Legacy Bank location, just south of the Legacy Bank on U.S. Highway 81. This adds to other recent restaurant chains that have moved into Duncan in the past 12 months, including national chain Applebees Neighborhood Grill & Bar and Oklahoma ... (more)
The gift of giving
Many young people have made out their list for Christmas, however, 11 Duncan Middle School students recently experienced the joy of giving rather than receiving.
Revolvers and Rhinestones to offer mounted shooting clinic
Cowboy mounted shooting is a fast-growing sport in the United States and now the Duncan community has the opportunity to learn skills from the best.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Duncan man faces charge of bringing contraband into jail
A Duncan man, arrested for driving under the influence of drugs, received further charges after arriving at the Stephens County Jail, including the felony charge of introduction of controlled dangerous substance to penal facility.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Community prepares for inclement weather
Hope for the best, prepare for the worst. This is the thought process being yielded by the Stephens County, the City of Duncan and Duncan Public Schools as they prepare for possible inclement weather.
Kiwanis Club happy with new sale venue
As it seems, a new location for the Kiwanis Club Christmas Tree Sale has been a positive change, according to its members.
CU-Duncan holds annual tree lighting
Unlike the past few years, weather was not frigid during Cameron University-Duncan's annual Christmas Tree Lighting.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Aequalis tour participants enjoy three historic homes
Pleasant weather and Christmas cheer greeted those who visited the houses on this year's Aequalis Study Club Christmas Open House Extravaganza.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas
Even if your red and green decorations aren't up yet, there are plenty of community happenings this month to get everyone in the Christmas spirit.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Duncan Police Search for Steel Burglars
DUNCAN,Okla_Duncan Police are searching for a team of burglars Monday night who swooped in on a business and took tens of thousands of dollars in steel.