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-School will buy $137,000 scoreboard
-’Cyclist dies after bike hits dog
At this week’s meeting of the Clinton School Board, board members voted to upgrade the Tornado Dome with a $137,000 center-hung video display scoreboard.
Motorcycle rider Brock Anthony Downs, 23, of Foss, suffered fatal injuries Monday night when his dirt bike hit a large dog and overturned.
An automobile stolen overnight Friday in Clinton was recovered Sunday morning at Leavenworth, Kan., after it ran into another vehicle there while the driver of the stolen auto was trying to flee fr
Ron Wright of Custer County has been honored by his fellow agents as Oklahoma’s Outstanding OSU Extension Educator of the Year for 2018.
On the playground of Southwest Elementary during recess are second-graders, from left, Sarahi Lucio, Alexa Villa, Aaliyah Ferguson and Yatzil Solis.
Caden Powell has yet to record a varsity spring at-bat for the Clinton baseball team, but he already knows where he’ll be playing college baseball, verbally committing to the University of Oklahoma
Clinton High School is bringing back its fall tradition of Meet the Players this year, hosting the event at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Tornado Bowl.
A competitive 1-1 start last week for the Clinton softball team (1-5) teetered off heading into the weekend, as errors and poor timely hitting dropped the team to 1-5 entering Tuesday’s district co
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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