Clinton Public Schools will hold its Summer Feed program this year from Tuesday, May 28, until Friday, July 19, in the Southwest Elementary cafeteria, said Crystal Sharp, child nutrition director

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Clinton High School Student Council officers next year will be, from left, Ramona Villegas, 10th grade, secretary; Micah McAtee, 12th, vice president; Kate Dowdell, 12th, president; Holly Ronan, 12th, treasurer;

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First-graders at Will Rogers Elementary in Burns Flat sang for family and friends in a performance called “Friendship” at the school. Pictured in the front row from left to right

Monday’s drawing for $2,000 reimbursements for tornado safe rooms was postponed until today (Tuesday) for, of all things, tornadoes and the threat thereof. The drawings will be held at 6

TUESDAY MAY 21 STORY TIME: Clinton Public Library holds its weekly story time for young children. For additional information call (580) 323-2165. 10 a.m. MEETING: Clinton AA meets in the

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Singing songs of friendship for an assembly at Will Rogers Elementary in Burns Flat, from left, are first-graders Aidan May, Addyson St. John, Avery Simmons and Jorja Weir.

In 1856, Lawrence, Kansas, was sacked by pro-slavery activists. In 1881, the American Red Cross was established. In 1901, Connecticut became the first state to enact a speed-limit law, limiting

Clinton police say local resident Robert Bogle, 52, died late Sunday afternoon of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Detective Capt. Ray Hammans said the shooting occurred at Bogle’s residence in the

We are still a couple of weeks out from the official start of summer, but with warmer weather, spending time outside is a priority for many. It is fun to