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Chamber banquet set for Tuesday
By Derrick Miller
 The Duncan Chamber of
Commerce is looking for-
ward to recognizing various
accomplishments of Duncan
residents from 2018, many of
those accomplishments being rewarded.
 On Tuesday, March 26, the Duncan Chamber will be recognizing various
Duncan citizens for what they did during the previous years, as part of the
Duncan Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Banquet. Awards given during
the Chamber Banquet include Lifetime Achievement Award, Man of the
Year, Woman of the Year, Community Improvement Award, Free Enterprise
Award and the Al Hinshaw Community Spirit Award.
 The theme of the banquet is “A Night on Broadway” and will feature en-
tertainment from Duncan Little Theatre performers.
 The nominees for this year’s awards include:
 • Lifetime Time Achievement: Jari Askins and Marty Askins, Hal Pen-
nington, Rick Rodgers, Kathy Snider, and Bonnie Talley.
Duncan municipal election set for April 2
By Derrick Miller
 When the filing period opened at the start of Feb-
ruary, two Duncan City Council positions opened.
By the end of the three-day declaration period, three
people had filed for those two positions.
 Incumbent Patty Wininger, who was first sworn
to the Duncan City Council in 2016, was unop-
posed for her current seat of Ward 3. However,
incumbent Ricky Mayes drew opposition from
Lindsey Hayes for Ward 4. The election between
Mayes and Hayes is set for April 2.
 Both of the Ward 4 candidates are co-owners of businesses with their
spouses. Mayes, 59, opened R&D Fencing & Sprinkler Systems (formerly
R&D Lawncare) with his wife, Dinah, in 1979. Hayes, 35, opened Viridian
Coffee in March 2016, with her husband, Shay.
 Mayes has served on the Duncan City Council for 15 non-consecutive
years or five terms, having been named the vice mayor in 2016, taking the
position from Tommy Edwards, who left the Ward 3 seat in 2016. Mayes
See “Election” on Page 2
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