Fire fighters give community training

Clinton Fire Department Lt. D.J. Woodall and CFD fire fighter Dylon Kupka teach and observe Grace Living Center employee Elsa Villanueva as she attempts CPR on a training dummy.

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister announced that the Oklahoma State Department of Education (OSDE), in partnership with the Oklahoma Office of Homeland Security and its subsidiary, the Oklahoma School Security Institute (OSSI), has received three federal grants of more tha

Attorney General Hunter has sent a letter that calls on the websites Facebook, Craigslist and eBay to take more proactive measures to eliminate illegal online alcohol sales.

Recess buddies

Enjoying recess at Washington Elementary are, from front to back, Juliette Martinez, Grace Rivas and Abigail Williams.

Clinton student awarded

Rogelio Cardoso of Clinton, a Western Technology Center Auto Service Technology student, was one of 10 students to be awarded an Otha Grimes Memorial Scholarship through Oklahoma CareerTech Foundation. Presenting the award is WTC student accounts manager Michelle Nance.

SRO, students enjoy friendly game

Clinton Police Department Officer Lacey Hulett plays basketball with Washington Elementary students. From left are Hulett, Nashi McBrayer, Keyla Rodriquez-Escalante (partially hidden), Arianna Diaz and Jaquelin Rosales.

A Senate interim study on workplace violence and medical professionals will meet at 1:30 p.m. on Monday in room 419C of the state Capitol. The study was requested by Sen. Darrell Weaver, R-Moore.

State Rep. Tammy Townley (R-Ardmore) announced that her interim study on medical marijuana advertising, originally scheduled for Oct. 29, has been delayed due to a lack of time available to adequately examine the subject.

Clinton vocalists perform with Honor Choir

Clinton High School choir members performed Monday with the Southwest All-Region Honor Choir at First Baptist Church in Lawton. The group was led by University of Oklahoma professor of music education Dr. Casey Gerber.

Students collaborate

Clinton Middle School students, from left, Peyton Bailey, Fernando Calixo and Esau Lopez work on a project together.