Life, love and the great beyond in a small town setting is the focus of Clinton’s own Southwest Playhouse’s latest production set to debut tomorrow.
Here's a look at Thursday's headlines
CHICKASHA – Build elite win-loss records, set up a shot at a district title sweep and repeat – that’s the order of operations that both Clinton soccer teams have followed for three-straight seasons, and so far, it’s headed in that same path for the 2021 campaigns.
WOODWARD – In its third tournament in eight days, the CHS boys finished as the runners-up at Woodward’s Tournament Monday, with senior, No. 1 bag Tyson Miller shooting his season-low of 79 to earn fourth as an individual.
Columns & Opinions
In 1902, Marie and Pierre Curie isolated the radioactive element radium for the first time.
In five years, Oklahoma will host Route 66 centennial celebrations in towns located along the 375 miles of the historic highway that cross our state.
Funeral services for Opal Cynthia (Whiteshield) Chavez, 80, of Bessie, will be held at 2 p.m. today in the Cheyenne/Arapaho Community Building east of Clinton, under the direction of the Kiesau-Lee Funeral Home.
Burnett, Sharon, Oklahoma City.