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Corn Bible Academy students who participated in the school’s spring recital are, front row from left, Andrew Clements, Nataly Newman, Lorelai Bull, Kennedy Poole, Camden Mendez, Hannah Cooke, Isabell Hull,


-Alliance, Sinor EMS recognized
-Hinton, Crowder wind farms dropped, not Thomas
-Summer Feed lunch program hours extended
-Clinton wraps up spring practice
-Basketball hosting camp
-DeSantiago happy with decision to return
-Plus see local pictures 

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Each year the University of Oklahoma Medical Center holds a Trauma Survivors Reception where one Oklahoma hospital is chosen for giving outstanding care to a patient who was later transported

While new wind farms south of Weatherford and west of Hinton have been scrapped, Custer County District 2 Commissioner Kurt Hamburger said Monday that as far as he knows, another

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