ANADARKO – The Clinton girls’ basketball season came to a close Thursday afternoon as the Lady Reds rallied from a 21-point deficit but could never finish the job falling 57-49 in their regional matchup with Cache.
A Gage man died early Saturday morning as a result of a single-vehicle accident.
Less than a month after being accused of killing a Sayre man and setting fire to his home with him inside it, the suspect himself is in apparent fight for his own life.
Clinton resident Donald Miller’s dedication to helping make life better for others was recognized recently when he received the 2016 AARP Oklahoma Andrus Award for Community Service.
Clinton girls’ basketball continued its early, difficult schedule with a close 46-42 loss Saturday at the Tornado Dome.
Clinton boys’ basketball fell to 0-2 Saturday as they fell to the 4-1, No. 19 Elk City Elks 61-44 at the Tornado Dome.
A barn/woodworking shed appeared to be a total loss due to a structure fire Saturday morning at Arapaho.
Chapel services for W.C. Howenstine, 86, of Arapaho, will be held at 2 p.m. today in the Kiesau Memorial Chapel.
He died Friday, Dec. 9, 2016, at Deaconess Hospital in Oklahoma City.
Funeral services for James L. Livesay, 84, of Canute, will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday in Clinton’s Church of Christ.
It could have been a scary situation, with a fire truck pulled up to the back door of the Frisco Center and wispy puffs of smoke filtering out.
Both Clinton basketball teams return to action starting at 6:30 p.m. today as the Lady Reds and Reds face the Elk City Elks at the Tornado Dome.
Just before Thanksgiving, Dale Jones came across a small bowl that had once belonged to his great-grandmother.
ANADARKO – The Clinton girls’ basketball season came to a close Thursday afternoon as the Lady Reds rallied from a 21-point deficit but could never finish the job falling 57-49 in their regional ma
An eight-day reign of terror for central and western Oklahoma residents ended shortly after 10 p.
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