“Fearfully and Wonderfully Made”, an event to honor life in the womb while remembering the lost, will take place from 1-5 p.m. Sunday, June 2 at the Pioneer Performing Arts

Among the Southwest Elementary third-graders who visited Clinton Daily News recently were, from left, Eli Anderson, Karely Aguilar Guzman, Ali Fuentes and Lillian Adkinson.

Kids who participated in this year’s St. Jude’s Hospital bikeathon were, front row from left, London House, Ainsley House, Kallen Matz, Abi Taylor, Kendall Matz, Blakely Shephard and William Helvey;

(Washington, D.C.) – U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced that the United States and Japan have agreed on new terms and conditions that eliminate Japan’s longstanding restrictions on U.S.

Pre-k performers at Nance Elementary’s last assembly for the year included, front row from left, Isabella Castro and Talien Turtle; middle row, Arlenis Rosales, Marcus Matheson and Jaci Wall; and

Corn Bible Academy students who participated in the school’s spring recital are, front row from left, Andrew Clements, Nataly Newman, Lorelai Bull, Kennedy Poole, Camden Mendez, Hannah Cooke, Isabell Hull,


-Alliance, Sinor EMS recognized
-Hinton, Crowder wind farms dropped, not Thomas
-Summer Feed lunch program hours extended
-Clinton wraps up spring practice
-Basketball hosting camp
-DeSantiago happy with decision to return
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Each year the University of Oklahoma Medical Center holds a Trauma Survivors Reception where one Oklahoma hospital is chosen for giving outstanding care to a patient who was later transported

While new wind farms south of Weatherford and west of Hinton have been scrapped, Custer County District 2 Commissioner Kurt Hamburger said Monday that as far as he knows, another

Clinton High School Student Council officers next year will be, from left, Ramona Villegas, 10th grade, secretary; Micah McAtee, 12th, vice president; Kate Dowdell, 12th, president; Holly Ronan, 12th, treasurer;