-$750,000 grant sought by Foss board
-Electronics kits donated at A-B
-Lawter Road gets boost
-Clinton sweeps Classen SAS
-Tennis takes top three in tourney brackets
-Reds fall at Cache, eliminated from district title

Students in the Technology Design class at Arapaho-Butler High School will now be able to learn electronics, thanks to special kits purchased for the class with help from the Alpha

Directors of Circuit Engineering District No. 7 tried to give the Lawter Road project at Weatherford a jump start Tuesday with a 24-minute discussion behind closed doors with the public

A request for the first of several grants the Foss Reservoir Master Conservancy District hopes to get for its big modernization program has been submitted. This one was for $750,000.

Clinton Postmaster Kathy Adcock holds an example of a sheet of stamps that went on sale this week. The five stamps feature murals from post office lobbies around the country,

A Clinton woman who allegedly pulled a knife on Scott Campbell, owner of S&D Drug Store at 915 Frisco Ave., was captured by police a short time later hiding in

The public is invited to see details of proposed plans to reconstruct I-40 and Gary Boulevard Exit 65 traffic interchange in Clinton Thursday at the Frisco Center. The meeting will

Rain, sleet or hail may not be falling, but it was plenty cold enough Tuesday for Jimmy Ferrero of the U.S. Postal Service as he delivered his route in mid-20

New CASA volunteers were sworn in recently for Custer County. Taking oath, from left, are Kendra Gift, Weatherford; Vicki Perkins, Weatherford; Kaila Morales, Clinton; Carol Logan, Hydro; Ashton Folsom, Weatherford;

After listening to nearly two weeks of testimony from prosecution witnesses, a federal jury deliberated for half a day Monday before finding Sayre resident Jerry Varnell guilty on two counts

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