Repairs on Gary Boulevard
Local Girl Scouts travel to Savannah, Ga.
Reds pick up snaps in scrimmage
A-B using summer to replace grads
Lucky Star hit by ransomware
Scott newest officer at Clinton Police Department

News

Here's a look at Thursday's headlines

Sports

Reds pick up snaps in scrimmage

Tuesday’s seven-on-seven scrimmage versus Weatherford was the first taste of competition for the Clinton football team in the upcoming, 2021 season, and although both teams missed key players, the intensity is still very much alive in the rivalry.

A-B using summer to replace grads

ARAPAHO – The conclusion of another successful spring season for the Arapaho-Butler baseball team also concluded the careers of four senior starters/contributors for the Indians, which meant this summer campaign would be used to try and fill those positions.

Columns & Opinions

It seems harmless to throw some food scraps to furry wild creatures like raccoons or squirrels, but you're actually doing much more harm than good.

DEAR HARRIETTE: My girlfriend could not be bothered to meet my mother when she came to town to visit me, but now that I am visiting her, she wants me to meet her mother. I feel like it's not fair, and that I would be sending the wrong message if I went to meet her mom when she didn't want to meet mine. What should I do? – Visiting

Obituaries

Chapel services for Linda Sue Morgan, 72, of Midwest City and formerly of Elk City, will be held at 11 a.m., Friday, June 25, 2021, in the Kiesau Memorial Chapel, under the direction of the Kiesau-Lee Funeral Home.

No services will be held for Sharon Kay Gonzalez, 65, of Clinton.