State Rep. Mickey Dollens (D-OKC) plans to file legislation in the 2020 legislative session that seeks to connect Oklahoma students with needed and available mental health services.

CBA presents fall music concert

The Corn Bible Academy Music Department presented an evening of inspirational songs for their fall concert. Musicians are, from left, Grant Stewart, Natalie Dlugonski, Kaylee Davey, Emalia Lind and Jolee King.

County officials meet in Clinton

Custer County officers hand out door prizes at a meeting of the County Officers and Deputies Association, held recently at the Frisco Center.

Clinton seniors work toward a cause

Clinton High School seniors and National Honor Society members Matthew McCornack, left, and Citally Vargas donate shoes for a fundraising drive. The students are hoping to raise enough money to attend a national NHS conference in February.

Businesses located in Oklahoma and owned by Oklahomans have a major impact on the state in a variety of areas. That’s according to Sen.

A breast cancer diagnosis is something no one wants to receive. Thankfully, breast cancer survival rates are very high in many parts of the world, particularly in developed countries such as the United States, Canada and Japan.

Clinton professionals support community

The professional, caring staff at AllianceHealth Clinton’s Cancer Center include, from left, Macie Hayes, RN; Tammy Holman, RN; Dr. Robert E. Reynolds, M.D.; and Lou Hutson, clerk.

Smalley: Don’t delay yearly mammogram

Sally Smalley, a member of the Alliance-Health Clinton Women’s Auxiliary, volunteers regularly in the gift shop there. In 2003 she had breast cancer, and her story is the perfect example of why yearly mammograms are so important.

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