-Outside firm will manage water plant
-Safety important focus at CHS
-Dead prisoner was Tulsa County inmate
-Lady Reds battle to district split
-Injuries derail Eagles in home loss to Shattuck
-Plus see local pictures 

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At the request of Clinton High School principal Paula Harp, the Clinton School Board has voted to spend approximately $40,000 on the installation of a keyless entry system at the

A prisoner killed Sunday in a series of inmate fights across Oklahoma has been identified as Chad Burns, 27, who was serving a 15-year sentence from Tulsa County. Six facilities,

Clinton’s two newest city councilmen were welcomed to their positions Tuesday at a brief but raucous meeting that found veteran Bobby Stewart questioning in particular the city’s new water treatment

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At this week’s meeting of the City Council, Clinton City Clerk Lisa Anders administers the oath of office to newly elected council members Patch McComas, left, and Chris Jones.

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Two new teachers at Western Oklahoma Christian School are Delaney Funk of Clinton, left, who will teach third grade; and Brittany Williams of Weatherford, pre-k. Both teachers have taught previously

 

-Bids on jail air handler put off again
-Prisoner injured at Sayre facility
-Teacher of Year finalist Carlisle ‘inspiration’
-CHS meets Mac in non-district finale
-Plus see local pictures 

Obituaries
-Janice Newman

For the second time in two weeks, Custer County commissioners delayed action Monday on a controller for the air handling system at the County Jail. They want to seek the

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Getting ready for the Clinton High School Class of 1959 reunion to be held this weekend are, from left, Lonnie Anderson, Sue (Duncan) Gorshing and Dub Lowry. With 147 students,

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“Mamma Mia!” actors at Southwest Playhouse include, Taeya McArthur as Sophie, front; and back row from left, Jeff Berrong as Harry; Dean McSpadden as Bill; Ryan Houck as Sam; and

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