This year’s Clinton Chamber of Commerce banquet was one of the best attended and was filled with optimism about where our town is and the direction it is heading.

When school started here on Thursday, a new law enacted by the Oklahoma Legislature had once again taken away some of the local school board’s decisionmaking ability.

Democratic lawmakers file lawsuit so they can return to Texas

Last month, 51 Texas Democratic state lawmakers boarded private planes in Austin, headed for Washington, D.C. Their purpose was to stop a Republican elections bill they characterized as "Jim Crow 2.0" by fleeing the state and thus denying the legislature a quorum.

Today is the 225th day of 2021 and the 55th day of summer.

Miner proud about

The last year has been both challenging and humbling. Serving as the Chamber of Commerce Chairman during that time shed light on so many different aspects of life as we know it here in Clinton.

Much of Southern Baptist

The Baptist world is extremely complex and hard for many outsiders to navigate. Some of this confusion affects life inside the most prominent Baptist flock – the Southern Baptist Convention – and perceptions of SBC conflicts.