An unusual stolen car report and a couple of physical altercations kept Clinton Police officers busy with three separate arrests during Saturday’s morning and evening shifts.

“In Their Own Words”

I never thought I would have to do school at home for like half of my 4 grade year. Though I miss my friends, teachers, and shopping I’ve learned how to do some stuff and I’ve had fun with my loving and annoying family. I love my family more than you could ever think.

Seniors say hello

Clinton Therapy and Living Center residents Anna Richardson, left photo, and Joy Fawver, right, hold up signs to say hello to visiting drivers, while at left, nurses Katie Pope and Samantha Thompson help out during the event.

A Carter man was critically injured Monday morning in a single-vehicle accident.

House Science, Space, and Technology Committee Ranking Member Frank Lucas has introduced legislation to support the scientific community’s ability to fight the novel coronavirus and other infectious diseases.

Villanueva all smiles

Clinton High School sophomore Israel Villanueva holds gift certificates sent to him by Clinton Public School Foundation. Students in the top 10 percent of their class were rewarded with gift certificates after the annual Scholarship Day Picnic had to be cancelled.

Although it was a little different than other years, 40 Southwestern Oklahoma State University students in the Education Department recently had their spring Education Career & Resource Fair.