Clinton Public Schools received thermal cameras Monday that were donated by Lucky Star Casino. The cameras can tell students their exact temperature and whether they should come to school or stay at home. Pictured are, from left, Clinton Public Schools Assistant Superintendent Adam McPhail, CPS Supt. Tyler Bridges, Governor Reggie Wassana, Lucky Star Casino CEO Charlie Welbourne, LSC COO Andy Rednose, and LSC Clinton General Manager Kara Lehman.
Here is a look at Wednesday's headlines
In a historic move, all Oklahomans will have direct representation in the House of Representatives redistricting process after House Speaker Charles McCall, R-Atoka, appointed all House members to redistricting committees recently.
A strong outing from sophomore starting pitcher Kenzie Kauk and solid outfield play keyed by sophomore right fielder Saydee Starnes kept the Clinton softball team within striking distance of rival and district opponent Weatherford Monday, but it wasn’t enough.
Wayne Bentley of Clinton won this week’s S&D Drug football pick ‘ems contest.
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Fourth-grader Carmen Stovall takes joy in her current art project where she paints feathers on a purple shirt.
Natalia Seitter, 3, makes her way down on of one of McLain Roger’s new slides with a genuine smile on her face.
From the Oklahoman
Tempie Beatrice (Bea) Kerfoot-Roark, age 94, of Oklahoma City, went to be with our Lord and Savior on September 16, 2020, in Clinton, OK, where she spent the later years of her life.