Formal application for at least $100,000 in federal funds to help Custer County homeowners put in tornado shelters was supposed to have been submitted Friday.
As much as it hurt them to do so, a triumvirate of Clinton city councilmen voted unanimously Thursday to have Brown’s Floor Covering of Weatherford install new carpet for this city’s showcase meeti
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-Frisco Center bid goes to Weatherford
-81 request tornado shelter aid
NEWCASTLE – Avenging last year’s home district title loss was the only thing on the Clinton wrestling team’s mind Thursday night, and CHS made sure Newcastle felt the same sting, blasting the Racer
Basketball Homecoming candidates are, from left, Tanner Davis, Molly Sawatzky, Patrick Hunter, Sharise Whitney, Valek Cisneros, Aleisha Hester, J Badillo, Dayanarya Crenshaw and Gage Gaunt.
Graveside services for Darryl E. Hamblin, 73, Oklahoma City resident and former Clinton resident, will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 22, in the Clinton Cemetery.
Last year’s “Dads & Dates Dance” fundraiser, sponsored by Multi-County Youth and Family Services, was so successful that they’re going to do it again, said MCYFS board president Rhonda Shephard
At Angelwood Assisted Living’s Family Night held this week, staff member Stacey Nichols pours coffee for resident Jimmy Smith.
When Nance Elementary classes meet in the gymnasium next week for the school’s “Friday Farewell” assembly, two classes will be recognized for reaching a major reading milestone.
Clinton head football coach Reade Box joins us after Clinton's 62-6 win over Chickasha. Reds move to 3-6 overall and keep their playoff hopes alive.
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