Art students prep their workspaces

Clinton High School artists Tyler Martinez, in front, and Logan West coat canvases with black gesso, before beginning their oil paintings.

Today is the 107th day of 2020 and the 29th day of spring.

Feed the artist

Lawson Roberson, a third-grader at Western Oklahoma Christian School, designs an ad for Homeland grocery store.

State Rep Jim Grego (R-Wilburton) has issued notice to propane users that they need to check their levels or risk not being able to purchase replacement propane because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

OSDH: Most people don’t wash correctly

Did you know the Journal Environmental Health reported that only five percent of people wash their hands correctly? If you’re feeling a little grossed out by that, we’d like to help by offering some pro tips to get those hands clean, and keep germs away.

Here's what people are reading in the Wednesday Edition

- Clinton man leads officials in fast chase

- Custer County coronoavirus cases increase

- City mowing addressed

- P&Z Board approves requests

- Leona Sanders Obituary

Clinton man leads officials in fast chase

Clinton’s Robert Louis Ross Jr. allegedly led law enforcement officials on a high-speed chase on Highway 33 and through residential areas of Thomas and Watonga.

During last week’s Clinton City Council meeting a lot of time was spent discussing the city’s plans to keep the parks and right-of-way groomed this year.

Clinton’s Planning and Zoning board approved rezoning property for a medical marijuana dispensary and RV storage, and another for hemp oil processing. The proposed changes now go to the Clinton City Council for consideration.