Clinton resident Bob Goss, 85, recently retired after 55 years in the photography business.
Two grants totaling over $1 million were awarded to South Western Oklahoma Development Authority to address opioid misuse in 23 counties including Custer.
State Rep. Tammy West, R-Oklahoma City, held an interim study recently examining current and future needs of people in long-term care facilities related to COVID-19.
Today is the 252nd day of 2020 and the 81st day of summer.
Here is a look at The Weekend's headlines
- CPD snags one suspect in shooting
- Suspect gives false name during arrest
- Daily News welcomes two new staff members
- Dr. Kenneth Gene Rose obituary
- State deaths
- Whirlwinds wallop Cache in opener
Witnesses claim gunfire was exchanged between two vehicles Thursday morning around the 400 block of Glenn Smith Road. After quick action by the Clinton Police Department and other area law enforcement officers, one of the suspected shooters is in custody.
According to an Oklahoma Probable Cause Affidavit filed by the Clinton Police Department, Clinton resident Nicholas White, 29, was arrested Aug. 21, for unlawful possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute, falsely impersonating another to create liability and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.