-Boeing will test planes at Clinton-Sherman
-City selling exercise equipment 
-Dog seen in video alive, well
-Whitney plays major part in program’s growth
-Eddy building herself back from injury
-Plus see local pictures

The Boeing Co. has plans to perform flight tests at a rural Oklahoma airport on two of its commercial jets, including the 737 Max that has been grounded worldwide since March.

Chamber luncheon set for Wednesday

Chamber of Commerce president Julie Caldwell (top) and office manager Narci Smith work together to finalize details for the bi-annual luncheon meeting to be held at noon on Wednesday at the Frisco Center. To RSVP, contact the Chamber office at (580) 323-2222.

After obtaining new stationary bikes for the cardio room at Acme Brick Park Fitness & Racquetball Center, the City of Clinton will begin accepting bids on Monday for five surplus Precor stationary bikes. The last day to submit bids will be Monday, Feb.

Dog seen in video alive, well

A small dog that was the subject of an animal cruelty video posted Saturday night on social media has been found alive and well, Police Chief Paul Rinkel said Thursday morning.

“The animal was located and identified by unique markings from the video,” said Rinkel. “It’s in good shape.”

Clinton students’ accomplishments rewarded

Clinton High School students attending classes at Western Technology Center’s Burns Flat campus who were honored for their attendance, attitude and academics include, front row from left, Timothy Adams, Jacob Fuentes, Manuel Mata, Kevin Solis, Michael Austin and Levi Mejia; middle row, Maria Lope

Girl Scouts hunt for badges

Girl Scouts working on projects and earning special badges are, top picture from left, Elliott Burnam and Bryndee Driskill; and bottom photo, Brylie Driskill and Olivia Campbell.


Whether it’s your first child or you’ve been around the baby block a few times before, having an infant in your life is an unforgettable experience. While there are countless

Condemnations focus of Clinton council meeting

The U.S. Senate and a lot of people otherwise connected with the federal government spent 13 hours Tuesday working on the impeachment of President Donald Trump. Tuesday night, the Clinton