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At Clinton High School, the new keyless entry and camera security system is close to completion. Here, Clinton Public Schools employees Bradley Rhodes, left, and Cannon Hawthorn work on a

Due to the New Year’s Day holiday on Wednesday, Clinton households that would normally have trash picked up that day should expect their pick-up one day earlier this week, said

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Deegen Goucher was named Student of the Month for December at Southwest Elementary.

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Leo Goeringer, Washita County commissioner, receives an award for having perfect attendance at SWODA board meetings.

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

 

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Any Custer County veteran may file a copy of his or her military discharge papers with the County Clerk’s office, and thus be guaranteed of having quick access to them should the originals ever become lost or destroyed.

A Fort Cobb truck driver was injured in a three-vehicle collision that occurred at 9:08 a.m. Monday on a Washita County road nine miles south of Canute.

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