(WASHINGTON, DC) – Senator James Lank-ford (R-OK) issued the following statement on H.R. 3877, the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2019: “At $22 trillion in debt, even the most conservative of

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Cycling down Glenn Smith Road during the Excelsior School Reunion Parade is Clinton School Board member Susanna Williams.

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At the back to school bash held at McLain Rogers Park, Tonya Gaunt, left, and Stephanie Hime signed up parents for CPARP (Clinton Parents As Reading Partners), a free education

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An electric service contractor replaces poles and cable line at the intersection of Glenn Smith Road and Modelle, near Eastside Academy.

Attorney General Mike Hunter, along with North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein have sent a letter to Congressional leadership in both chambers, asking for the removal of federal barriers that

Southwestern Oklahoma State University at Weatherford has announced both the President’s and Dean’s Honor Rolls for the 2019 summer semester. Twelve Clinton students attained the President’s Honor Roll, and six

In 1789, the U.S. Department of War was established. In 1942, the U.S. 1st Marines Division landed on the island of Guadalcanal, marking the first major American offensive of World

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A $3 million taxpayer-funded program will soon give schools across the state access to a relatively untested “panic button” app that can alert authorities and staff if there is an

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Clinton Public School Foundation welcomes teachers back to school by serving them breakfast on their first day. From left are Caitlin Radford, Laci Maine and Sara McCoy.

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