Duncan Area Businesses welcome new shoppers

Closed now, but Kiwanis Kiddie Land Park is a great place to bring your children and grandchildren on a spring and summer night. Check their facebook for Operation times.

Check out the Stephens County Fairgrounds. January hosts Free Admission Bull Riding, Kart Racing, Monster Truck show and more 

Duncan area businesses are reaching out in the new year to welcome shoppers to the area and to showcase all that Duncan has to offer.
 Duncan continues to grow business wise, and have a lot to offer anyone willing to travel south from Grady County on Highway 81 a short 30 or 40 minutes on a well maintained 4 lane divided highway.
 Needing carpet and flooring check with mother and daughter operation of Linda and Sarah’s Carpet on Highway 81. And, across the street is Forget Me Not Antiques with over 35 vendors displaying.
 Chuy’s Tires and Wheels is located on North 81 just as you get into town if your tires need to be safely replaced.
 Downtown Duncan has a variety of shops and stores with friendly folks and a large selection of merchandise to show you. You’ll find something to take home with you at Branded Apparel and on page 5 of the Washita Valley Weekly you will find a 40% off coupon on one item of your choice.
 A wide variety of dispensaries are well stocked to find the right product to help you medically. And, accessories as well. Green Leaf is the ‘Home of the $5 Pre-roll’ at 401 west Main (just across the railroad tracks.
 Scott Rice and family welcome you to Wild Oats Emporium for a free cup of soup with a sandwich purchase ( coupon in Washita Valley Weekly Page 5) at their business located just passed Mainstreet on 81.
 If you are considering a new home, you may want to inquire at Legacy Apartments, some of the finest in Duncan. Come join the great community of Duncan.
 Be sure to tell the merchants that you saw their ad in the Washita Valley News!