The Clinton Police Department announced Thursday night that all officers, detectives, dispatchers, administrators, and the animal control officer tested negative for COVID-19.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health released Thursday that Clinton has gained two act
Clinton Police Chief Paul Rinkel informed Acting City Manager Gene McCullough that he has
Here is a look at Thursday's headlines
- Fireworks still illegal inside city
- Summer Playground called off for 2020
- Four have filed for city offices
- There will not be a 2020 CHS graduation ceremony
- Red Tornadoes shut out Eagles
- State deaths
It will continue to be against the law to possess or set off any type of fireworks in the city limits of Clinton.
After lengthy discussions this week, Clinton school district principals and director Debbie Carlisle have made the decision to cancel the Summer Playground program for 2020.
As of press time Wednesday, three incumbents had filed for City of Clinton positions, as well as one challenger.
For anyone who may have held out any hope that the Clinton High School Class of 2020 would get to have a traditional graduation ceremony, COVID-19 has officially closed the door on that option.