Eight Clinton wrestling seniors took the school on an immaculate run this past season, but two of them worked hard without much press.
Anybody who’s been wanting to say something at a Clinton City Council meeting and hasn’t had the opportunity to do so might want to show up Tuesday night.
A shutout in the third quarter pushed the Lady Eagles over the Lady Reds (4-6) 58-29, while the Reds (3-8) couldn’t keep pace with the Eagles in the fourth falling 60-45 Thursday at the Tornado Dom
Some things are worth the wait. Just ask Leota Brown and her fiancé, Jerry Cook, who waited for each other for 60 years.
Funeral services for Patricia Wilson, 82, of Clinton, will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the New Hope Fellowship Church.
She died Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017, in Clinton.
Funeral services for Patricia Meacham, 88, of H
Funeral services were held Monday for Emery Kate Thompson, 1, of Clinton, at First Baptist Church in Weatherford.
Lady Reds senior guard Sierra Malone has been a huge piece in the Clinton girls’ basketball turnaround.
Approximately 500 extra workers are being brought into this part of western Oklahoma to cope with possible power outages resulting from the major winter storm predicted for this weekend, a spokesma
Funeral services for Matthew W. Tiger, 46, of El Reno, will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the Kiesau Memorial Chapel.
He died Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2017, at Mercy Hospital in Oklahoma City.
As lawyers continued Thursday prepping for a scheduled Feb.
SWOSU basketball returns from its three-game road trip to play four of its next six at home starting with Saturday’s contest against Southern Nazarene.
The SWOSU women’s basketball team (17-9 overall, 13-7 Great American Conference) knocked down 16 three-pointers and scored a season-high 93 points on its way to a 93-75 drubbing of Southern Nazaren
An eight-day reign of terror for central and western Oklahoma residents ended shortly after 10 p.
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