Residents living in and around the Clinton, Oklahoma area can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes, and other chronic, serious conditions with affordable screenings by Life Line

Stitt, lawmakers face persistent issues in 2020

Gov. Kevin Stitt has some big decisions to make in 2020. The Republican governor is entering his second year in office with his promise from the 2018 political campaign still

Senator James Lank-ford (R-OK) this week issued a statement following Senate passage of a spending bill to fund the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, and key law enforcement

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Clinton High School artist Maddison West works on a 3D art project.

When you’re on vacation at a distant exotic destination, remember this one rule: Just because it’s for sale doesn’t mean it’s legal to bring back to the United States. The

Well over 7 million jobs have now been created since November 2016, a number nearly double the entire population of the state of Oklahoma. Boasting the lowest unemployment rate since

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The large cast of “Seussical the Musical,” Southwest Playhouse’s next production, gathers at the playhouse for its first read-through. At the table are director Julie K. Barnett, left, and choreographer

Following back-to-back historic pay raises and education budget increases, Oklahoma has seen a significant increase in classroom teachers. Currently, Oklahoma schools employ more than 43,000 teachers and Sen. Ron Sharp