Summer is always the busiest time of year in the public library world, and it appears this summer will be particularly busy at Clinton Public Library. In addition to its

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A member of the Oklahoma Shakespeare (OS) troupe in Oklahoma City spent a week in Debbie Carlisle’s English class teaching students all-things-Shakespeare. In a mock sword-fighting class, from left, are

The Governor has signed legislation to help Oklahoma law enforcement investigate sexual assault crimes by creating a statewide tracking system for sexual assault evidence collection kits. “The task force agreed

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Clinton High School students won Domino C-Stores’ “Fueling the Classroom Award” and received $5,216. The money will go toward art supplies for students to do a painting in the style

FRIDAY MAY 17 SENIOR EVENT: Grocery shopping. For a ride call (580) 309-3467. 8:30 a.m. DANCE: American Legion dance at the Legion Hall on U.S. 183, entry by donation. 7

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Southwest Oklahoma State University art instructor teaches a special printing process to Clinton Middle School students Tamya McBrayer, left, and Adriana Sam.

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Arapaho-Butler science student Blane Walker displays a model he made for the periodic table element Beryllium.

In 1792, 24 brokers and merchants signed the Buttonwood Agreement, forming what would become the New York Stock Exchange. In 1954, the Supreme Court, in Brown v. Board of Education

Many gardeners will fill outdoor pots with a few layers of polystyrene packing peanuts to help fill space and make the pots easier to transport. While this is a great

Blood clots can affect anyone and may lead to significant health problems, but some people are at higher risk for life-threatening blood clots. One in four people worldwide die of

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