Chisholm Trail News

PRESORTED STANDARD U.S. Postage Paid Chickasha, Oklahoma Permit No. 8 Issue (27) 21 • May 20, 2020 • (580) 255-2428 • 1898 North Highway 81 • Duncan, OK • • FREE! Take One We Specialize in Pier & Beam House Leveling! D&H Construction 580-470-5678 Local! Experienced! Affordable! Free Estimates! • Metal Building Construction • Fencing • Concrete Work • Remodeling Walls Cracked? Doors Stick? Unlevel Floors? 580-721-0016 1604 Larch Ave. Duncan,OK Owners: Stacie Farmer & Lacey Burton Buzz On In! D ispensary llc Open 7 Days A Week! SALE Bonnie Lane Furniture 4305 N. Hwy 81 (2 doors North of Sears) 580-251-9857 817-578-0179 Featuring Quality Stylish Furniture & Accessories • Blinds & Shutters NOW OPEN Recl iner Sale Cynch strapping system, Wellsaw model 1318 Bandsaw, Hyper- therm Powermax 600 Plasma cutter, Ingersaw Rand 80 gallon air compressor, Miller 210 Wire welder, Miller 252 wire welder, Lin- coln 255XT wire welder, Lincoln Ideal Arc 250 stick, Miller 350 wire welder, Lincoln 255XT wire welder, Lincoln Ideal Arc 250 stick welder, 2 Preston Easton 500 positioners model # PA5MT, Profax Positioner Model #WP-250, Panjiris positioner model #15- 8AB, 1998 Hyster Fork Lift. Booms, ratchet straps, 2 crane hoists, magnetic pick up blocks, pipe racks, fork lift ,pallet racks, acetylene rig and cart, bolt bins and fittings, heavy duty welding tables,16’ tandem axle flat bed trailer, heavy duty shelving, parts bander, 3 pedestal shop fans, tool boxes, assorted pipe stands, creeper, roll- ing carts, pipe saw horses, propane tanks, heavy duty welding table with large vice, PortaCool shop water cooler, chop saw, cut off saw, stock table and rollers. Material, pipe, fittings, electric tools, grinders, saws, fans, tools, torches, beveling machines, hand tools, specialty tools. ALL EQUIPMENT IS VERY NICE AND NEAR NEW CONDITION! CHICKASHA ROOFING Mike Crawford Years of Experience - Quality Guaranteed Residential Specialist 405.990.6663 Call Today for a Professional Inspection of Your Roof! Dangerfield named 2020 Crossman winner By Derrick Miller Regardless of what may be happening in the world, some traditions will always continue. On Monday, Duncan High School named Jaivion Dangerfield as this year’s Crossman Award winner. Since the high school doesn’t have a valedictorian, the Crossman Award serves as the top award for Duncan High School seniors. Dangerfield was one of five DHS seniors nominated for the Crossman Award by Duncan High teachers. The other nominees were Van- essa Cassidy, Ian McEntire, Karliegh Ramirez and Aiden Scott. The nominations were an- nounced April 23. Dangerfield will attend the University of Central Oklahoma in the fall with an undecided major. At DHS, he is involved in Student Council, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, senior vice president, National Honors Society and Leadership. He also was involved in football and track. After the teachers selected the nominees, Duncan High School students were Duncan High School Seniors were com- memorated with individual signs in the median of Highway 81. (CTCN photo by Wayne Watts) See “2020 Crossman” on Page 2 DAEDF Re-Start Program Grants Funds to 131 Stephens County Businesses Duncan Area Economic Development provides aid to area businesses  131 Stephens Coun- ty businesses who have been negatively impacted by CO- VID-19 and the energy downturn received grant funds from the Duncan Area Eco- nomic Development Foundation (DAEDF) ranging from $600 to $5,000 each. The purpose of the grants is to ensure Stephens County businesses stay running through this difficult time.  “In the past month, DAEDF has reinvested about $600,000 non-sales tax dol- lars through contributions to area food banks and the Re-Start Program grant for Dr. Coty Shores with Shores Dental Company and Chelsea Shores with Heartbeat Dance House pose with their grant checks with Lyle Roggow, President and CEO of Duncan Area Economic Development Foundation. See “DAEDF assists local business” on Page 2 Live Bait • Punch Bait • Fishing & Camping Supplies Rods & Reels - Lots of Tackle • Ice - Drinks - Snacks Available 7 Days 502 S. 2nd, Duncan OK. 580-860-2248 (BAIT) We have what you need! Open All Weekend & Memorial Day