With all the distractions on today’s roads, parents are feeling increasingly anxious about keeping their children safe while driving. According to a new study, more than six in ten American

Clinton Public Schools has announced that Shelly Oyler was named District Teacher of the Year and Virginia Goucher was named District Support Person of the Year.

Gingerbread décor in season

Clinton High School student Sophie Lohrengel puts the finishing touches on a gingerbread house she’s working on in Joy Badillo’s art class.

Clinton Public Schools will be closed for Christmas break until Monday, Jan. 6, and once again the district has arranged to provide meals at no cost for Clinton students age 18 and under, said CPS Nutrition Director Crystal Sharp.

SWOSU sued over injuries to player

Southwestern Oklahoma State University, its head football coach and two former assistant coaches are being sued by a relative of one of its past football players who allegedly suffered lifetime irreparable brain injuries on or about Feb. 23, 2018.

In the weekly flu updates released by the Oklahoma State Department of Health it was reported that Custer County recently had its first hospitalization of the 2019-2020 influenza season. Numbers are tracked by county from Sept.

Rehearsals underway at SWPH

Braxton Driskill and his dad, Ryan Driskill, read through their lines at the first rehearsal of “Seussical the Musical.” Father and son will be among the cast when the show opens Feb. 14, 2020, at Southwest Playhouse.

Clinton property owners got their annual Christmas present at Tuesday’s meeting of the Public Works Authority when half of a water rate increase passed in 2014 was delayed for the fifth straight year.