Here's a look at the Tuesday headlines

- Harsh weather hits city

- Weatherford man charged with rape

- Two hurt in wreck near Elk City

- Edelen’s buzzer beater wins title 

- Barbara Riggs death notice

- Albert Peck death notice

Winter not done yet

With temperatures dipping below zero, these cows owned by Steve and Janie Stermer huddle together for warmth. Many farmers and ranchers have been scurrying in the bitter cold to make sure their animals have access to water and food. In the photo below, the surface of Clinton Lake appears to be a solid sheet of ice. Another round of snow was forecast for today and temperatures are not expected to be above freezing until Friday.

The City of Clinton may not have received 20 inches of snow, but road conditions are still slick, and temperatures are dangerously low.

Responded to a report of subject wanting to speak to an officer in the 300 block of S. 3 in Thomas.

Local students excel at WTC

Clinton High School senior Lakia Stephens was given an Outstanding Student Award for the culinary arts program at WTC.

In 1923, archaeologist Howard Carter unsealed the burial chamber of the recently discovered tomb of the Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamen.

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