Saturday will be the first day of November and Clinton Chamber of Commerce officials are hoping people use it as an opportunity to begin their holiday shopping at the Hub City Market.
Clinton police are asking the public’s help in identifying an individual who physically attacked a woman around 4:45 a.m.
Duane Bowman, 66, of Custer City, was injured in a two-vehicle accident Monday morning when a one-ton truck he was taking for a test drive lost power and was hit by a smaller pickup, Police Chief D
Mike Lee is resigning as head football coach of the Clinton Red Tornadoes effective immediately. A complete story will appear in Tuesday's Clinton Daily News.
One motorcycle, two semis and two pickups were involved in a pair of wrecks late Thursday afternoon on Interstate 40 east of Clinton that tied up eastbound traffic for about two hours and sent two
Outdoor watering with anything but soaker hoses during specified hours will be banned under an ordinance approved Friday by trustees of the Clinton Public Works Authority meeting in emergency sessi
The Clinton Public Works Authority today adopted changes to water restrictions at an Emergency Meeting.
The Clinton City Council, in its role as the Clinton Public Works Authority, has scheduled an emergency meeting for 2 p.m. today to consider implementing more extensive water restrictions.
The U.S. military is downsizing, and Sheriff Bruce Peoples is happy to pick up the pieces.
So far, some 15 to 20 vendors have signed up for booth locations for the premier Find It On Frisco Flea Market to be staged from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
For the second time in four days, the Custer County Sheriff’s Office has taken a huge haul of drugs off Interstate 40 and by extension off the streets of Oklahoma’s two largest cities, if those car
Work on the City of Clinton’s snake-bit Robinson Addition housing development is apparently stalled again.
Another Friends for Life Snip and Stitch was held this past weekend at Zane’s Auto in Clinton wit
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