Locals honored by Chamber

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CHAMBER WINNERSWhen Kim Kizarr realized it was she Harbour Whitaker was talking about as he was presenting the 2015 Citizen of the Year Award, she shook her head in disbelief at the honor.

DR2 ready for business

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CUTTING THROUGH THE RED TAPEDuncan Recycling & Refining (DR2) kicked off its new business venture with a ribbon cutting and a visit from Oklahoma Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb on Monday afternoon.
The business, owned by David Nichols, Steve Threet, and Mark Spradling, will recycle platinum from catalytic converters for resale.

Commissioners approve medical contract

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The Stephens County Jail will have a contractor to provide medical services for inmates following a vote by county commissioners Monday.
Commissioners unanimously agreed to enter a 1-year contract with Turn Key at a cost of $16,000 a month.

Newby encourages students to have a vision

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KEYNOTE SPEAKERFormer Marlow Outlaw Josh Newby encouraged students to pursue goals, and praised the school he graduated from in 1994 at the 20th annual Marlow High School Academic Banquet on Tuesday night.

Job fair to be held Saturday at FBC

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As many in Stephens County are looking for employment, a group is showing that there’s still hope by hosting a job fair on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Employers from across the region and State will be in attendance looking to hire skilled employees.