Musicians in step for Homecoming

Marching in the Homecoming parade are, from left, band members Daniel Thompson, Israel Villanueva and Aaron Haskell.


-Another county bridge given go-ahead
-Veterans cookout volunteers welcome 
-Sayre prison lockdown lifted after over a month
-CHS survives Darko comeback
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2019 Homecoming King and Quee

Clinton seniors Eddi Gonzalez and Kate Dowdell were named homecoming king and queen before the game Friday versus Anadarko.

Western Oklahoma motorcycle clubs will hold their 13th annual “Thank you, Veterans” cookout at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 9, at the Clinton Veterans Center. Anyone who wants to help is

East and West Barnitz creeks, which were already scheduled to get five new bridges across them and their overflows in the next five years, will get a sixth following action

Juniors take first place

The Clinton junior class won the homecoming parade contest with their “Game Over for Breast Cancer” float.

Visitation in a limited form was returned the past weekend to the last Oklahoma prisons still on lockdown status at that time. They included the North Fork Correctional Center at

CBA performs with honor choir

Corn Bible Academy vocalists who performed with the Western Oklahoma Choral Directors Association Honor Choir at Southwestern Oklahoma State University are, from left, CBA choir director Briana Bull, Samantha Rother,

TUESDAY OCTOBER 29 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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