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God Bless America
Chisholm Trail Community News
November 14, 2018
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The following felony charges have been filed against
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COURTHOUSE NEWS
DURAN, KERRIE SUE, OF DUNCAN: CHILD ENDANGERMENT BY
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE; DRIVING A MOTOR VEHICLE
WHILE UNDER THE INFLUENCEOF DRUGS.
STILES, SARA VON, OF DUNCAN: BURGLARY IN THE FIRST DEGREE
AFCF.
HOODENPYLE, JOSHUA ERNEST, OF COMANCHE: CHILD
ENDANGERMENT; ENDANGERING OTHERS WHILE ATTEMPTING TO
ELUDE POLICE OFFICER AFCF; DRIVING A MOTOR VEHICLE UNDER
THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL; POSS. OF CDS; UNLAWFUL POSS. OF
DRUG PARA.
TAYLOR, MANDY RENEE, OF DUNCAN: TWO COUNTS OF
DISTRIBUTION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE AFCF TWO OR MORE.
Roy never mentioned pride or bragged about his work. So I had to ask.
‘What is the one thing that you are most proud of in your life?’ ‘The lives
that I have had an influence on as a teacher’. ‘He is very respected up there
in Rush Springs’, his wife added. ‘All the people up there know what he has
done’. ‘Well, I got to where, every year I would take em to Clear Creek and
cook hamburgers and hotdogs and take em out of school and they swam all
day, and the other teachers would say, ‘That would be the last thing I would
do,’ and I would tell them, ‘Well, the kids and I see eye to eye and I never
had one problem with them in ten years.’
Of course there were moments of learning for both of them. ‘One time,
we were putting tiles on a roof and I had some stuff come up missing
and the next day, I took all the kids to the classroom and they were kinda
surprised. I just told them we would be in the classroom until I got my
stuff back, and all the kids turned and looked at him. He said ‘I did it. I will
bring them back tomorrow’. Nothing more was ever said.’
That was the year the school cut their losses and limited classes to the
legal limits. Retirement loomed and the kids and parents were pleading for
him to stay on. Yet, great teachers are not in charge of admin changes. Roy
started remodeling homes and was picked up by Gregston Nursing Home
to be the maintenance man, and what a gift he was to those residents. He
fixed everything they owned and visited and read stories and became an
Angie’s
Angle
by
angie evans
Continued from CTCN, November 7, 2018
Continued on Page 5
Stitt wins governor race
By Derrick Miller
 After months of campaigns and primary elections, Oklahoma has elected its
next governor.
 Kevin Stitt will be sworn into office Jan. 14 at the Oklahoma State Capitol.
Stitt, a Republican candidate from Tulsa, defeated Democratic candidate Drew
Edmondson and Libertarian candidate Chris Powell for the state’s top position.
 Stitt will follow current governor, Mary Fallin, who has been in the position
for eight years. Because of the two-term limit, Fallin was unable to run again for
office.
 With the general election Nov. 6, Stitt carried 73 of the 77 Oklahoma counties.
According to election results filed by the Oklahoma Election Board, he received a
total of 644,579 votes of the 1,186,385 voters to cast ballots in the election. This
means Stitt received 54.33 percent of the overall vote.
 He was followed by Edmondson, who received 500,973 votes for a total of
42.23 percent, according to the election results. Powell received 40,833 votes for
a total of 3.44 percent, according to the election results.
 In Stephens County, Stitt also received a majority of the votes.
 According to election results filed by the Stephens County Election Board, Stitt
received 9,314 votes out of the 13,802 total votes. Edmondson received 4,081
votes, and Powell received 407 votes.
 Nearly half of Stitt’s votes in Stephens County came from straight-party voting.
A total of 4,474 people voted straight-party Republican in the election, accord-
ing to election results. Only 1,222 people voted straight-party Democrat, and 52
people voted straight-party Libertarian, according to the results.
Chisholm Trail Friday Night Lights
 Duncan Demons finish the season with an upset in overtime against Guthrie’s
Bluejays Friday. The Demons hold a 9 wins, 3 losses record after being beaten in
Guthrie. The 10 win, 2 loss Bluejays beat the Demons 23-20.
 Marlow Outlaws finish with a 5 win, 6 loss season after being shutout at
Heritage Hall Friday. The Chargers beat the Outlaws 42-0.
 Empire Bulldogs also finish with a 5 win, 6 loss record after being defeated
in Alex Friday. The Bulldogs were on the road as they were beaten by the
Longhorns 54-6. Alex is ranked #9 in the state.
 Bray-Doyle Donkeys finish 3 win, 8 loss season with a 62-12 loss against the
11-0 Snyder Cyclones. The Cyclones are ranked 3rd in the state.
Closed for Thanksgiving
 The Delta Nutrition Center will be closed Thursday and Friday, November 22
and 23.
 The Duncan Senior Citizens Center will close at noon on Wednesday November
21 and will reopen Monday, November 26.
“Life’s like a bird.
It’s pretty cute until it
poops on your head.”
... Seymore Folkes
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