It seems harmless enough: There’s a recycling bin at your local coffee shop or office, and you think, “What could possibly be the harm in throwing in a dirty napkin

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

Crafts make learning fun

Second-grader Paislee Bryant, left, and third-grader Bentlee Potter have fun in Southwest Elementary’s makerspace area.

The deadline to RSVP for the Clinton Chamber of Commerce’s bi-annual luncheon is Friday at 5 p.m. The event is scheduled for noon on Wednesday, Jan. 29, at the Frisco

Post 41 meets with national officer

Members of Clinton’s American Legion Post 41 attended a “meet and greet” where they discussed current AL business with National Commander James W. “Bill” Oxford. From left are Don Miller,

Weatherford police have identified a young man from their city who they believe was connected to a series of car burglaries there in November and December. A press release authorized

Art class teammates

Clinton High School artist Mia Miskel spends time with Nance kindergartener Danica Garcia, helping her with an art project.

THURSDAY JANUARY 23 MEETING: Star Spangled Quilters meet at Arapaho Assembly of God Church to work on quilts that will be given to veterans. Drop in anytime between the hours