Election not a problem for Postal Service

The news is filled with reports of President Trump's "assault" on the U.S. Postal Service. Democrats and some in the media say the president is deliberately slowing mail delivery and crippling the Postal Service so that it cannot handle an anticipated flood of voting by mail in the presidential election. Barack Obama said Trump is trying to "actively kneecap" the Postal Service to suppress the vote. Speaker Nancy Pelosi has called the House back into session "to address the sabotage of the Postal Service." What is going on?

Aston steps into school administrative role

Clinton resident April Aston was recently promoted to Director of Elementary Curriculum and Instruction Navigation and will be over the English Language Learners program.

Family fun time

Clinton firefighter Tyler Calvert holds his niece Rylee Barnett, left, and nephew Greyson Barnett in his arms, while they slide into the water at the Clinton Public Pool.

Today is the 234th day of 2020 and the 63rd day of summer.

Cornering the market in blunders

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden did something simultaneously clever and stupid recently in full view of TV cameras. He went bicycle riding with his wife, Jill, with no helmet.

Are today’s politics hurting God?

I find myself in the odd position of being grateful this summer for both Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Donald Trump. The two celebrity politicians may have more in common than we realize.

Ending government shutdowns

Senator James Lankford (R-OK) took an important step this week to move his bipartisan Prevent Government Shutdowns Act forward in the legislative process.