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PRESORTED STANDARD U.S. Postage Paid Chickasha, Oklahoma Permit No. 8 Issue (27) 8 • February 19, 2020 • (580) 255-2428 • 1898 North Highway 81 • Duncan, OK • news@chisholmtrailnews.com • www.chisholmtrailnews.com FREE! Take One Come See What The Buzz is About!! Hours: Closed Mon. Tues.-Wed. 9:30am-8pm Thurs.-Sat. 9:30am- 9pm Sun. 2pm-6pm 580-721-0016 1604 Larch Ave. Duncan,OK Owners: Stacie Farmer & Lacey Burton beeskneesd@gmail.com beeskneesdespensary.com Buzz On In! Dispensary LLC • T-Shirts • Hoodies • Hats • Bags/Aprons • Tumbler Cups • License Plates • Coasters • Embroidery 580-470-5443 • 580-560-0934 Angels Cowgirls Custom Designs & White sz S-XL-$9 • sz 2x-up-$10 • tdlr/yth-$7 Color sz S-XL-$14 • sz 2x-up-$16 • tdlr/yth-$9 Hoodie sz S-XL-$25 • sz 2x-up-$28 • tdlr/yth-$20 Shirts-plus Tax (5.3%) Provided items - $7 One plcmnt/one color Cups 10-12oz. $20 • 20-22oz. $25 • 30-32oz $30 • over 32oz. $35 CHICKASHA ROOFING Mike Crawford Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late! Replace Your Roof Now & Save Money On Repairs Later! Residential Specialist 405.990.6663 928 W. Willow, Duncan • 580-255-2147 • Auto • Home • Farm • Life Come by or call us for an AFR Insurance quote today! H A R R I S INSURANCE AGENCY INC. 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? Freeman’s Appliance 4325 North Hwy 81 - Duncan - 580-255-2676 J & J Appliance 4321 North Hwy 81 - Duncan - 580-475-0155 See Us for Appliance Sales & Service Scratch & Dent Sale Save on Major Appliances! Small Dent - Big Savings! Next Door to Freeman’s Now ShowiNg Fri. Feb. 21st - Thurs. Feb. 27th: DoLiTTLE, Pg & Bad Boys for Life, R Tuesday & Thursday is 1/2 Price Admission Night! 10th/Main • Movie Line: 255-5588 Find us on Facebook for showtimes and updates Sheriff declares Stephens County Second Amendment Sanctuary County  Sheriffs across Oklahoma jumped on the bandwag- on following Stephens County Sheriff Wayne McK- inney and Logan County Sheriff Damon Devereaux’s issuance of a Declaration of Intent establishing their respective counties as a ‘Second Amendment Sanctu- ary County”.  Several other Sheriffs from other counties across Oklahoma have since joined their ranks including Bryan County, Pittsburg County, Haskell County and Canadian County. Reportedly almost two dozen Oklahoma counties have joined in the declarations to protect their citizens rights.  The proclamation is a statement by the Chief Law Enforcement Officer of each county that they intend to uphold the Second Amendment of the U. S. Constitu- tion which states that “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed”.  The declarations also asked that the Board of Commissioners in the county also take action by supporting the resolution.  District Attorney Jason Hicks said at a meeting on Thursday evening that he supports McKinney in his declaration.  Also, on Thursday eve- ning at a County Con- vention of the Stephens County Republican Party, a resolution was approved unanimously by the fifty voters in attendance to also stand with McKinney in mak- ing Stephens County a Second Amendment Sanctuary.  The main purpose of the declaration is to serve notice that the Sheriff “declares his intent to op- pose any and all infringe- ments on the rights and liberties of law-abiding citizens to keep and bear arms, using such legal means as may be expedient, including, without limitation, court Wayne McKinney Stephens County Sheriff Approving the resolution of declaring Stephens County as a 2nd Amendment Sanctuary County are Sheriff Wayne McKinney, District 1 Commissioner Kraig Murphree, District 3 Commissioner Russell Mor- gan, District 2 Commissioner Todd Churchman, and Stephanie Robin- son, District Attorney’s office. (Photo submitted) See ‘2nd Amendment Sanctuary’ on Page 2

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