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God Bless America
Chisholm Trail Community News
May 1, 2019
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Plants that at-
tract butterflies
(courtesy Ross Seed)
• Butterfly Bush
•Hardy Heliotrope
• Russian Sage
• Lantana (Perennial)
• May night Salvia
• Parsley
• Rosemary
• Oregano
• Lavendar
• Dill
• Zinnias
• Bee Balm (Red)
• Black and Blue Salvia
• Coreopsis
• veronica
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• Autumn Sage
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The following felony charges have been filed against
these individuals, however they are presumed innocent
until proven guilty. Information from odcr.com.
COURTHOUSE NEWS
BOWLES, ALICIA SHAUNN; 1. CHILD NEGLECT; 2. BRINGING CON-
TRABAND INTO JAIL; 3. PUBLIC INTOXICATION.
DREWERY JR, BONNIE J; 1. CHILD NEGLECT
2. PUBLIC INTOXICATION
FOX, JOSHUA DAVID; DOMESTIC ABUSE - ASSAULT & BATTERY 2ND
& SUB
PATTON, CHRISTOPHER DANIEL, DISTRIBUTION OF CONTROLLED
DANGEROUS SUBSTANCE AFCF 2 OR MORE
PATTON, GLYNNA DALENE; DISTRIBUTION OF CONTROLLED DAN-
GEROUS SUBSTANCE
WRIGHT, CHRISTOPHER RAY; DOMESTIC STRANGULATION AFCF
MALONE, BRANDON ASHLEY; 1. ASSAULT & BATTERY ON POLICE
OFFICER AFCF 2 OR MORE, 2. PUBLIC INTOXICATION
BALL, JOEY DON; 1. UNAUTHORIZED USE OF A VEHICLE, 2. ELUD-
ING/ATTEMPTING TO ELUDE POLICE OFFICER
WESBERRY, JAMES DENNIS; CONSPIRACY AFCF
DENNIS, LOWELL JAY; ASSAULT WITH A DANGEROUS WEAPON AFCF
COLE, TYESHA DSHAUN; 1. CHILD NEGLECT
2. CHILD NEGLECT
3. CULTIVATION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE
4. UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA
SNYDER, CLIFTON PEACE; 1. CHILD NEGLECT, 2. CHILD NEGLECT,
3. CULTIVATION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, 4. POSSESSION OF
STOLEN PROPERTY, 5. UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF DRUG PARA-
PHERNALIA
PERKINS, JONATHAN WAYNE; 1. POSSESSION W/INTENT TO DIS-
TRIBUTE, 2. UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA
KINCANNON, TABITHA JOE; 1. BRINGING CONTRABAND INTO JAIL
AFCF, 2. POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED DANGEROUS SUBSTANCE
BAIDWAN, RONALD DAVID; 1. ENDANGERING OTHERS WHILE ELUD-
ING POLICE OFFICER, 1. ENDANGERING OTHERS WHILE ELUDING
POLICE OFFICER, 2. DRIVING A M/V WHILE UNDER THE INFLUENCE
OF ALCOHOL
NALLEY, CLAYTON ALLEN; 1. KIDNAPPING,
2. ENDANGERING OTHERS WHILE ELUDING POLICE OFFICER, 3.
ARSON, THIRD DEGREE WILKINSON, JOSHUA
Marriage License Applications
ROBERTSON, BRANDON MICHAEL of Duncan and PIERCE, KELSEY
LYN of Duncan
MURILLO, MICHAEL ANGELO of Duncan and MARSH, JENNA DRAE
of Duncan
FUENTES, MOISES GODOY of Waurika and DOUGHTY, MELISSA ANN
of Waurika
MILLER, CLINTON WAYNE of Duncan and RATHER, JACEE DANI-
ELLE of Duncan
HERNANDEZ, ANTONIO ESTRELL of Duncan and CURREY, PEGGY
MICHELLE of Duncan
DUHON, DANIEL JARED of Duncan OK and MCLEMORE, JORDAN
MYCHELLE of Comanche
COFFELL, JAMES DOWLEN and BLOODWORTH, LAURA ELLEN of
Duncan
PARSON, WILLIAM, LEE of Duncan and JONES, LINDA ELAINE of
Duncan
Divorce Filings
MARLIN vs. WILKINSON, CARRIE GENESIA
RICE, BRITTANY DANIELLE vs. RICE, ALEX ANDREW
ARRINGTON, ANDREA vs. ARRINGTON, JIMMIE L.
BOGLE, LILLIAN COLLINE vs. BOGLE, MONTY L.
DAVIS, LAUREL L vs. DAVIS JR, JOSEPH D
 Duncan Leadership’s history including who the current leaders are and how
they assumed a position of leadership in the community. Leadership Duncan Class
members increase their awareness of Leadership opportunities in Duncan, the va-
riety of leadership styles and levels, and learn how to become part of a Leadership
network. They learn or enhance their leadership skills by applying those skills
throughout the course, attending and participating in skills development exercises,
lectures and presentations and consciously noting where the skills are used, how
they are used or misused, and when the presence of skills enhances communica-
tion, learning, and effectiveness. Through application of skills and information
gained during Leadership Duncan to the community following graduation, our
community sees increasing levels of volunteerism, increasing levels of advocacy,
increasing levels of community involvement and service.
 An application form is available
on the website
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ber.com. Or for more information,
contact Chris Deal at the Duncan
Chamber of Commerce.
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communities of Oklahoma. They are vital to the organization and daily operations
at the Stephens County Fair and the Stephens County Historical Museum Quilt
Show.
 The organization’s statewide initiatives include Women’s Health Education.
This project continues a second year as the OHCE State Project. The mission is
to develop a program that educates women on cardiovascular disease, discov-
ery, care and available resources. In this second year of the
project, the emphasis is women’s cardiovascular disease and
stroke symptoms.
 OHCE focuses it educational efforts on addressing emerg-
ing family issues, healthy living, cultural enrichment and
leadership development.
 Locally, OHCE offers monthly educational lessons and
ongoing leadership development opportunities that allow
members to apply research-based information in their homes and communities.
 Current projects include a benefit garage sale for Charis Pregnancy Center,
which is a non-profit that helps anyone facing an unplanned pregnancy, on May
3 and 4, 2019. The sale will be held at Heritage Oaks Church of the Nazarene
at 4501 W. Beech in Duncan, OK. Friday’s hours will be from 8:00 A.M. - 6:00
P.M.; Saturday’s will be from 8:00 A.M.- 3:00 P.M. If you have items that you
would like to donate, Members will take in items to be sold and set up on May 2
from 4-8pm.
 OHCE is in a unique position to help individual members and their families
and communities develop a higher level of living through education. No other
organization is better poised to develop community leaders and informed citizens
through research based educational programs.
 This year marks the 84th anniversary of OHCE, which was established in
Stillwater, Okla., on July 24, 1935. The 3252 members are proud to continue the
purpose of improving the quality of life for Oklahoma families through education.
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Duncan to test fire hydrants
 Beginning Monday, May
6th Duncan Fire Depart-
ment officials will begin
testing fire hydrants for
flow volumes and to flush
lines.
 City officials warn residents that they
could experience discolored water in
their lines which could stain laundry or cause other
problems. Also line pressure to homes could be
reduced when testing is going on.
 It will take approximately a month to test all 1,500
fire hydrants in the city, and testing will begin on the
East side of the city limits and move West during the
month. The time table could be affected by weather,
staffing and emergency calls.
 Testing is done annually so that firefighters will
know the volume of water to be expected from each
hydrant and to help clean out the lines.
 To know when testing will be done in your area
contact the city at 252-0250.
Global 6K coming Saturday
By Derrick Miller
 Every day, people in underdeveloped countries
walk about 6 kilometers to get water for their daily
needs. The water is usually unclean or contaminated.
 On Saturday, Stephens County residents, and many
more around the world, will put themselves in that
position when they walk for the cause for the Global
6K. The Stephens County Global 6K walk/run will be
from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Saturday at Halliburton Stadium.
 Some area churches, including Impact580, Ste-
phens County Worship Center and The Refinery, are
sponsoring the local level.
 The local sponsors set a goal of $500 from partici-
pants. People can register at TeamWorldVision.org.
 There is an entry fee of $50 per person. The $50
helps to get one person clean water for life.
Invite someone to
Church on Sunday
Mineral Rights Owners Seminar
Planned at CV Tech
 Mineral and royalty owners often have questions
about leasing and selling their interests, said David
Sikes, a certified mineral manager and native Oklaho-
man.
 Sikes, the third generation of his family to work in
the energy industry, will share best practices and tips
at an upcoming free seminar. The event will be from
6 to 7:30 p.m., May 30, at Canadian Valley Technol-
ogy Center’s Chickasha Campus. The seminar will
be held in the Helen Ward Seminar Center on the east
end of Building 200.
 Sikes is a Past President of the National Associa-
tion of Royalty Owners where he has been a member
for many years. He currently serves as the board
President of the NARO Foundation (the educational
wing of NARO) and is an adjunct professor at the
University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma.
 Registration is free, but reservations are encour-
aged by calling (405) 222-7552.
Mother’s Day
is Sunday, May
12th. Guys, this
is your warning!
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