For the first time since moving into the State Capitol Building in 1917, the Office of the State Treasurer is leaving the building for an extended period of time to allow for renovation work to be completed, State Treasurer Randy McDaniel announced.

Senators James Lank-ford (R-OK) and Jim Inhofe (R-OK) applauded the President’s recent nomination of Kerry Pettingill to serve as United States Marshal for the Eastern District of Oklahoma.

Clinton High School 1961 graduates met recently in Oklahoma City.

In the history of Conservation work in Oklahoma there have been several Watershed moments – a turning point – that changed the future of our state for the better.

These include the Dust Bowl, resulting in the formation of Conservation Districts along with Federal and State agencies.


-Very low in 2015, water now big asset  
-Volunteers sought for tournament
-Foss Lake ready for ‘Christmas’
-CHS football hosts 7-on-7 tonight
-Clinton plays Atoka
-Presti must hit on picks after OKC dismantling
-Plus see local pictures 

During a visit to Southwest Elementary School, Clinton fire fighters Lt. Caleb Moore, left, and Alex Tyler show Summer Playground student Sebastian Ochoa how to use the water hose on

Clinton Chamber of Commerce president Julie Burden is putting out a call for the community to help clean up the baseball fields at Acme Park, at around 8:30 p.m. tonight

Clinton was probably closer than most people realized to being out of water when a four-year drought ended in 2015, Mayor David Berrong said recently. Berrong was speaking not as

The home of Perry and Debbie Matz, on Highway 73 west of town, was selected as Clinton Daily News’ Yard of the Week. To submit a nomination for Yard of

Foss Lake Association’s annual salute to the military, “Christmas in July,” will be held Friday and Saturday. And even though this spring’s volatile weather has caused a few mishaps at