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Page 6   God Bless America Chisholm Trail Community News WWW.CHISHOLMTRAILNEWS.COM June 22 2022 CLASSIFIED AD FORM DEADLINE: Tuesday 10am PLACE YOUR AD: Personal CLASSIFIEDS $5.00 - 15 words 15 per word for each additional word NOTE: Breeding animals is automatically categorized as Commercial FREE CLASSIFIED ADS The following scenarios ONLY, qualify as Free and must be limited to 15 words or less. 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If ad e xceeds 15 words, Personal ad rates apply: • Mail or Bring in: 1898 North Hwy. 81, Duncan • Call: 580-255-2428 • Fax: 580-255- 636 • Email: email@chisholmtrailshopper.com • Individual Garage/Yard Sales (residential address) • Items to be given away • Lost & Found • Want to buy (non-commercial) • Item(s) selling under $100 on a “one time” basis One Free Classified Per Customer Per Week Commercial/Real Estate $6.00 - 15 words 25 per word for each additional word Front Page $12.50 - 15 words 25 per word for each additional word 1 2 3 4 CLASSIFIED (Word Ads) Pe sonal Cla ssifieds: $6.00 for up to 20 words 30¢ per additional word Business/Commercial/Real Estate $8.00 for up to 20 words 40¢ per additional word Premier Business Column $12.50 for up to 20 words 50¢ per additional word Note: Breeding Animals are Categorized as Business/Commercial i l Ch i sho lmt r a i l news . c 3p Personal Classifieds: $10 up to 20 words, 40¢ per additional word. Professional Classified: $15 up to 20 words, 50¢ per additional word. Mail or Bring Your Ad to 3456 North Highway 81 (1898 N. 81), Duncan. Call: 580-2 55-2428 email: ads@chisholmtrailnews.com Clinic Openings Duncan Regional Hospital & Solutions Practice Management are currently seeking full-time dedicated professionals for our local clinics. Individuals inter- ested in a fast paced atmosphere with multiple providers are encouraged to apply! LPN LPN/MA Patient Experience Rep Excellent benefits package and salaries commensurate with experience! To apply contact: Human Resources Phone: (580) 251-8595 Fax: (580) 251-8829 To apply online visit: www.duncanregional.com HIRING CNA’s & CMA’s Call 580-252-8300 Ashbrook Assisted Living 915 West Plato Rd. Duncan OK. Expanding our Team. Maintenance Wilkins Health & Rehab Apply in person at 1205 S. 4th, Duncan Please Call First 580-252-3955 14 year old loses life in rollover near Bray  A Duncan teenager lost her life in a single vehicle rollover crash near Bray on Monday. The name of the victim was withheld.  The Oklahoma Highway Patrol said a 2008 Pontiac driven by a 16 year old male juvenile was traveling east on Renfrow Road, failing to stop at a stop sign on Monday about 3:15 pm. The accident occured approximately ¼ mile west of the intersection or Renfrow Road and Clearcreek Road,1½ miles west and 1 mile south of Bray. The driver lost control, departing the roadway to the left, rolling an undetermined amount of times. The driver was transported by Survival Flight EMS to Duncan Regional and was treated and released with trunk external injuries.  A juvenile, name withheld, 14 years of age, of Duncan, OK. was pronounced deceased at the scene by Survival Flight EMS.  A female juvenile passenger, name withheld, 17 years of age, of Duncan, OK. was transported by Survival Flight EMS to Duncan Regional and was treated and released with trunk external and head injuries.  A second passenger, Makiah C. Blackwell. female, 18 years of age, of Duncan, OK. was transported by Survival Flight EMS to Duncan Regional then flown by Survival Flight to OU Medical in Oklahoma City, OK. Treated and released with head injuries.  A fourth passenger, a juvenile, 14 was pinned and eventually freed by the Bray Fire Department volun- teers.  The cause of the collision and the condition of the driver are under investigation.  The incident is being investigated by Trooper Ryan Hayes #282 of the Traffic Homicide Unit. Assisted by Trooper Zachary Wright #490, Trooper Darin Car- man #552, Trooper Luke Norton #591, Trooper Jake Mackey #694, Survival Flight EMS, Survival Flight, Bray Fire Department, and Stephens County Sheriff’s Department. Comanche man injured in Sunday accident   The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reported a two vehicle collision that sent a Comacnhe man to the hospital.  The accident happened on OK Highway 53 and North 2800 Road about 1 mile west of Comanche on Sunday, June 19th at approximately 7:30 pm.  A 2018 Ford Escape, driven by Joni R. Mending- hall, 40, of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. failed to yield at a stop sign striking a 2010 Ford F150, driven by Richard G. Ingram, 51, of Comanche.  . Ingram was transported by Survival Flight EMS to United Regional Hospital in Wichita Falls, TX. Ad- mitted in fair condition with neck and back injuries. Mendinghall was uninjured.  The incid nt was investigated by Trooper Zach- ary Wright #490 of the Stephens County detachment of Troop G, assisted by Stephens County Sheriff’s Office, Survival Flight EMS, Empire and Comanche Fire Departments. Injured Ratliff City man walks 2 miles from collision for help  According to a report from the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Collin K. Satterfield, 36 of Ratliff City, OK. walked from a collision scene to the Ratliff City Fire Department for assistance. He was transported by Air Evac from Ratliff City Fire Department to OU Medi- cal Center in Oklahoma City, OK. and admitted in stable condition with trunk internal and head injuries.  Satterfield was driving a 1996 Chevrolet pickup traveling eastbound on Delta Road on Friday, June 17 at approximately 12:30 pm when he experience a medical incident, departed the roadway to the right and struck a tree.  The incident was investigated by Trooper Walter Jack #338 of the Carter/Love County etachment of Troop F. Assisted by Trooper Hayden Darst #447 of the Carter/Love County detachment of Troop F, Ratliff City Fire Department, Southern Oklahoma Ambulance Service and Air Evac. Chisholm Trail Heritage Center is a Blue Star Museum  Free admission for active duty military personnel and their families, and veterans is being offered from until September 5th. as part of the Blue Star Muse- ums national appreciation program.  As an appreciation for US Military Veterans and current military personel, the Chisholm Trail Heri- tage Center is participating with the National Endow- ment for the Arts, Blue Star Families, the Depart- ment of Defense, and participating museums across America  The free admission program is available for those currently serving in the United States Military— Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard as well as members of the Reserves, National Guard, U.S. Public Health Commissioned Corps, NOAA Commissioned Corps. and veterans during this time.  Qualified members must show a Geneva Conven- tion common access card (CAC), DD Form 1173 ID card (dependent ID), or a DD Form 1173-1 ID card for entrance into a participating Blue Star Museum.  The museum and history center is open daily from 10 am to 5 pm and 1 to 5 on Sundays. The museum is located at 1000 Chisholm Trail Parkway in Dun- can. CSR “Customer Service” Full time representative for Roundup Cleaners, afternoon shift”. Front counter sales $13.00 hour, air conditioned. 1710 N. Hwy 81 (next to Murf’s Guns) 405-226-4914 (26p) Seeking Experience Reli- able horse care person part- time. Reliable transportation necessary, attractive hourly wage, Duncan, Marlow area. Leave clear name and num- ber on message 252-2012. (25p) Hire a Professional ...Get it Done Right! Rates for this Classification: $15.00 up to 20 Words. Additonal Wording is 50¢ per Word. Telephone Numbers Count as 1 Word. Deadline is 1:00 pm Tuesdays. HANDY SERVICES - LIGHT HANDYMAN WORK, mowing, moving, junk removal, garden tilling, power washing, tree trimming, yard work, moe. Call or text Tom, 405-287-9292. (16) Odd Jobs and In-Home Services From Walking Your Dog to Cleaning, Shopping or Transporting You Somewhere. I Can Help Programming Your TV or Computer. Friendly Woman Here to Help You. Call Angela at 467-1748. (10nc) JOHN’S LAWNS & LANDSCAPING. Call to schedule an estimate, weekly and bi-weekly mowing openings available. Leaves, Limbs, Branches, Brush, flower beds, more. Insured / Bonded. . 580-467-1651. B&K TREE SERVICE INC. TREE TRIMMING, TREE removal and stump grinding. Free estimates! Insured. 20 years experience. Robert Griffith. Credit cards accepted. 580-222-3434. (43c) ROGERS METAL HOMES AND BUILDINGS. METAL homes built complete. Free estimates on any size metal or wood building or home. Over 25 years experience. 30’x40’x10’, 8’x8’ door and 3’ walkin door, starting at $22,500. Subject to city codes and ground surface. Carport specials, metal roofs and sheet metal fence installed. Professional in all areas. Licensed, bonded, certified and insured. Rogersmetalbuildings.com. 580- 512-9609. (39c) TC LAWN CARE AND CONSTRUCTION, PAINTING, carpentry, clean-ups, handyman services and more. Call (580) 736-3252 or 736-8313. (43c) JOIN OUR GROWING LIST OF ADVERTISERS REACHING OVER 12,000 HOMES EACH WEEK IN DUNCAN AND STEPHENS COUNTY. CALL TODAY! 580-255-2428. WORK WANTED A Neat And Clean Home, has immediate openings for cleaning services. Sat- isfaction guaranteed, rea- sonable rates, reliable ser- vice, 35+ years experience,. Free estimates. 560-1355. (30p) Garcia’s Fencing! All Types of Fencing. Wood, Pipe, Barbed Wire, Corrals, in- cludes Gates. 15 years expe- rience. Call Pancho Garcia for estimates 736-0583 467- 7622 (26C) Jack Of Trades LLC .Roof- ing repairs, complete re- models, fences, decks, dry- wall, tile, flooring, paint, “Just Ask” ”Insured”, credit cards accepted. Call Dusty 467-8048 (26p) H-T Home Improvement; All your home improve- ment needs; Interior, ex- terior painting, drywall, siding, flooring, etc. Free Estimates, Call Andy Heavener at 580-736-3831 (26p) A Cut Above The Rest Lawn Service. Small tree trimming, all lawn services, flower bed cleaning & up keep, clean gutters. Call 405- 625-9196 (25p) House For Rent In Me- ridian no pets, no smok- ing, mature adults, $700 a month 252-3200 (25P) The Green Apartments, now leasing 1 and 2 bed- room units. Call for more information, 252-0592. 421 South 27th, Duncan. (26C) 28 x 80 Brick Commercial Building on South Highway 81. New Roof. $99k 405-320-1539 Beautiful Remodeled Home for sale West Parkview Ave. 3 bedroom, 1 bath, 2 living areas, close to school and hospital, 1800 square-foot $125,000. Call Mark 903- 456-4248Duncan. (26p) FSBO’s • Rentals Real Estate Want- ed Finding unexpected money in a pants pocket can be pretty exciting until the guy wearing the pants starts screaming! Darrell N. Leonard I am a problem solver. When people tell me that I am going to regret that in the morning, heck, I just sleep til noon! “So, I told him, turn- ing on your lights and siren because you lost a drag race is poor sportsmanship” I need bail money. ... Darrell N Leonard

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