Rain can’t dampen high spirits

Marching in the rain on Veterans day are students, from left, Michelle Leon, Diana Mejia, Lorena Martinez and Jamie Lovos.

Having working smoke alarms in your home is as important as wearing a seatbelt in your car. It’s a necessity that protects you and your loved ones. According to the

Attorney General Mike Hunter’s office has added a first-degree murder charge to a Tulsa man after an investigation alleges the drugs he sold to a Perkins woman were the cause

Proud WES artist

Washington sixth-grader Emily Henry shows Mexican folk art pieces made for La Dia de los Muertos.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced that it fully intends to take appropriate actions to ensure an adequate supply of sugar to the U.S. market. In recent weeks, prospects

A-B Homecoming royalty announced

Arapaho-Butler seniors Jace Edelen and Mariah Sperle were named Homecoming King and Queen following A-B’s win against the Arnett Wildcats.

Clinton High School Principal Paula Harp reported that ACT scores are up this year, based on tests taken from fall 2017 through fall 2019. She attributed a lot of the

Questions any U.S. veterans or their caretakers have about Clinton’s new VA medical clinic should be answered at a pre-opening event scheduled tomorrow (Wednesday) from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Musicians selected for All-Region

Clinton High School students chosen for the All-Region Honor Band are, front row from left, Clariza Ramos, Khadance Terrell, Autumn Breitling and Jenifer Ruiz; and back row, Carly Purser, Bryant

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