News

Western Oklahoma hasn’t gotten near as much rain as eastern portions of the state the last couple of weeks, but farm machinery as well as autos and motorcycles still have

Sports

Forecasted storms forced the second annual Hub City Beat Down into the Tornado Dome Saturday night, but the move from outdoors to indoors didn’t affect attendance as 22 different towns

With the summer baseball season winding down, Clinton (15-10-1 overall) put together one of its best performances Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, going undefeated through four games before falling to Weatherford

Columns & Opinions

DEAR ABBY: My friends and family constantly ask me when I plan to get a new phone. I have a slide phone. I used to have a flip phone, which

Dear Doctor: Are those wireless earbuds everyone seems to be wearing nowadays safe? I heard that some international researchers are petitioning the World Health Organization about them because the signals

Obituaries

Earl Grayson Bottom, 62, of Hammon, Oklahoma entered this world on September 8, 1956, and passed June 23, 2019, after a brave and courageous battle with cancer. Earl was a

Funeral services will be held for Wanda Johnson, 95, at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the First Baptist Church in Clinton. She died Sunday, June 22, 2019, at Grace Living Center