Local restaurants hit with high meat prices

The effects from meat processing plant closures and slow-downs in other states, due to coronavirus, are hitting close to home. Beef prices are climbing and local restaurants, still reeling from the just-ended moratorium on in-person dining mandated by the state, are concerned about what it could mean.

Class of 2020 celebration

Clinton High School 2020 graduates Abigail Acosta, left, Cassidy Blanchard, middle, and Kayde Whitney enjoy their final day as CHS students, before the senior parade through town last Friday morning.

Today is the 143rd day of 2020 and the 65th day of spring.

H.O.S.T. Ministries has announced that it will resume worship services inside the church at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. The church had been holding services outdoors in the parking lot since Easter.

The governor recently signed into law a bill that strengthens the role of victims’ impact panels in helping to stop driving under the influence (DUI) offenses in Oklahoma and will help reduce the number of repeat offenders.

Not a care in sight

Little Gage Zavasky was recently caught taking advantage of quality spring weather by swinging at a local park.

Here's a look at some of Thursday's headlines

- High speed chase ends in arrest

- Council takes first step in city manager search 

- It’s time to inspect, repair mailboxes

- City facilities reopening

- Clinton City Council honors Gerald Green

An alleged fleeing felon was arrested Tuesday after he led police on a high speed chase through residential areas in Clinton and then on U.S. Highway 183 south of Clinton, before being taken into custody by the Clinton Police Department.