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God Bless America
Chisholm Trail Community News
January 02, 2019
2 BEDROOM
RENT
DEPOSIT
3 BEDROOM
RENT
DEPOSIT
606 N J, 1 bath $300 $325
802 Cheyenne, 2 bath $875 $725
Homes for Rent
Duncan Home Real Estate
580-255-1880
* Equal Housing Opportunity
1313 West Ash, Ste. 101, Duncan, OK
All lease terms are one year.
*MOvE-IN SPECIAl
$100 Off Your First Full Month Rent*
507 N I, 1 bath, $300 $325
1007 Hackberry, 1 1/2 bath $550 $425
607 N 17, 1 bath $525 $425
1219 Grand, 1 1/2 bath $600 $525
Marlow
310 Gilkey, 2 bath, $650 $625
4 BEDROOM
RENT
DEPOSIT
Marlow
Store Front Office Suites for Lease on S. Hwy.81
Just remodeled store fronts on Hwy 81. Lots of daily traffic, easy
access, Lighted signs on rooftop dormers. Efficient heat pumps &
lighting. Great neighbors.
First month Rent FREE!
422 S Hwy 81
424 S Hwy 81
426 S Hwy 81
428 S Hwy 81
approx 520 SF with non ADA bathroom
approx 920 SF with ADA bathroom
approx 500 SF with ADA bathroom
approx 575 SF with non ADA Bathroom
$525/mo.
$1025/mo.
$525/mo.
$450/mo.
Living Waters Center For Well Being
Call or Text 580-475-2188
(580)
251-0523
Lynn Parr
Broker
(580)
467-3773
Dale Evans
SalesAssociate
For
Sales
Appraisals
Rentals
1402 N. Grand Duncan, OK
Commercial & Residential
Serving the Duncan area for
more than 50 years
580-467-8950
580-470-8518
580-467-8951
7369 Nickle Rd. Duncan
2017 Clayton Single Wide
Mobile Home. Brought new!
18x76=1368 sq.ft. 3bed,
2bath, Everything is New!
Must be moved!! $55,000
or best offer. Call Gary for
details details & directions.
405-702-3037
8p
Cash Offer For Land And
Houses in Stephens County,
Bill Speegle. 255-9060
5C
For Rent Remodeled 3
Bdrm 2 Bth
Carport, shop,
cellar, no inside pets, $800.
month $800. deposit, Ken-
sworth Addition, south-
side of Duncan. 559-6600
1C
1-3 Bedrooms For Rent In
Duncan. Specials available.
656-2466
1C
Duplex 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath
CH&A, appliances, W&D,
single car garage, quiet loca-
tion, west of Duncan, $650.
month, 656-4383 656-1888
1C
3 Bedroom, 1½ Baths,
Brick, ch/a, nice. $600 rent,
$600 deposit. No smoking,
no pets, (Meridian Heights).
580-439-6006.
1C
The Greens Apartments,
now leasing 1 and 2 bed-
rooms. Call for more in-
formation, 252-0592. 421
South 27th, Duncan. 1C
Speaker of the House appoints Oklahoma for Legislators
By Derrick Miller
In recent weeks, Oklahoma Representative Marcus
McEntire and Representative Brad Boles have both
received appointments from Speaker of the House,
Charles McCall.
While both men will continue to represent their
Stephens County and surrounding districts, with their
added new appointments, they will also be representing
the entirety of Oklahoma.
McEntire, who represents District 50, received the
appointment as the chairman of the Appropriations and
Budget Subcommittee on Health. This role will allow
McEntire to move healthcare in Oklahoma in a positive
direction. He said reforms are necessary for health in the
state. But this isn’t the only role he will be in for the upcoming legislative session.
Toward the beginning of December, Gov. Mary Fallin also appointed McEntire to the Oklahoma
Developmental Disabilities Council (ODDC).
The council works to “promote quality service and programs that enable persons with developmental
disabilities to realize increased independence, productivity, and integration and inclusion in the community,”
according to McEntire’s OK HD50 Facebook page.
Boles, who represents District 51, was appointed as the chair of the County House and Municipal
Government Committee, which will allow him to work with other cities and counties across the State of
Oklahoma.
WORK WANTED
H&H Home Improve
ment;
All your home improve-
ment needs; Interior, exte-
rior painting, drywall, roof-
ing, etc. Free Estimates, Call
Matt Harris at 580-475-1767
or Andy Heavener at 580-
736-3831
05p
Small Engine Repair.
Win-
terize your lawn mowers,
string trimmers, chainsaws,
tillers, blowers, chippers,
shredders. Pick up and de-
livery available. Call or text
817-517-9671, 50 years ex-
perience.
01p
Be True
to You
Rep. Brad Boles Rep. Marcus McEmtire
Don’t trust atoms, they make up everything.
Thanks for explaining the word many to me, it means a lot.
I just found out I’m colorblind. The diagnosis came completely out of the purple.
Winter Bird Feeding
 Chickadees, nuthatches, brown creepers, jays and
woodpeckers all love peanut pieces. Add some to your
seed mix, or hang a special peanut feeder to attract ex-
tra attention.
 High-fat, high-calorie suet is the perfect food to
help birds get through longer nights and colder temps.
Don’t be afraid to place them right outside your win-
dow for prime viewing.
  Put out a seed block, making sure it’s heavy on
high- fat sunflower and nuts that birds love. Avoid
seed balls with mostly millet and milo.
 After the holidays, recycle your Christmas tree to
give birds a convenient cover. You can also hang up
seed ornaments and other treats.
Courtesy Birds & Blooms Magazine,
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