There’s a good chance the Oklahoma Veterans Commission (OVC) may choose Clinton as the next veterans center to be rebuilt after Ardmore and Talihina, said Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs (ODVA) Executive Director Doug Elliott.

“Elevate Clinton,” as the campaign has been dubbed, is a down-to-earth, privately-funded plan to change the course of this city’s future. An assortment of Clinton businesses and individuals have already pledged more than half the funds needed to implement the plan over the next three years.

Among those who attended the most recent Southwestern Oklahoma State University orientation session were Clinton students Elizabeth Marie Olguin, Zoey Saleen Contreras, Lela Grace Cummins, Tanner Kade Davis, Gilbert Santana Hernandez, Mireya Marie Hernandez, Xitlalli Johanna Olguin and Aneris Sot

WASHINGTON (NNS) – The U.S. Navy will christen its newest Independence- variant littoral combat ship (LCS), the future USS Oakland (LCS 24), during a ceremony today (Saturday, June 29) in Mobile, Alabama.

The Western Plains Library System (WPLS) bookmobile has added a new stop to its route, for a very appreciative audience – the Clinton Veterans Center.

Michael and Jake Lewis say their father never talked much about his experiences in World War II. But when he did, the stories he told were not easy to forget.