Clinton Public School Foundation president Donna Rother, left, presents a spring grant check to Clinton High School teacher Debbie Carlisle. The funds will be used to create an “ACT Escape Room,” to be used as a study aid for students taking the ACT.
Attorney General Mike Hunter has announced the state’s price gouging statute is in effect statewide following Pres. Donald Trump’s emergency declaration regarding COVID-19, also known as the Coronavirus.
Parents struggling with the question of how to prepare children for the COVID-19 threat probably already have plenty of experience to tap into, Oklahoma State University professor Laura HubbsTait said.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister called an emergency meeting of the State Board of Education for 4 p.m. Monday to authorize the closure of all Oklahoma schools beginning March 17 and lasting until April 6.
Two Erick residents were injured in a single-vehicle collision early Sunday morning in Beckham County.
Kids from Clinton’s Big Five Head Start program who dressed up as animals for “Dr. Seuss Week” included, front row from left (sitting), Mahi Patel as Minnie Mouse; Evalina Martinez, bunny; and Giovanni Hernandez, dinosaur; and back row, Thiago Mitchell, raccoon, Maricel Bonilla, Minnie Mouse; and Jonathan Gonzales as a tiger.
Associate District Judge Jill Weedon greeted visitors with a tape measure during Monday’s Custer County Commissioners Meeting in Courtroom 1 of the Custer County Courthouse in Arapaho.
Following guidance issued by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, skilled nursing facilities and long-term care facilities in Clinton have suspended all medically unnecessary visits indefinitely while the state works to contain the COVID-19 virus.