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Shane Steigman, left, gets help from Terry Jackson loading an old freezer and tree limbs onto a trailer in preparation for Clinton’s city-wide cleanup. From 9 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.

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Arapaho-Butler Elementary students getting ready for the school’s annual pancake supper include, from left, William Helvey, Presley Littke, Riley Reed, Madalin Lockhart, Zoey Howenstine, Paxton Fike, Ryder Coleman and Jett

Churches in Clinton and Arapaho will celebrate Easter on Sunday. Following are some of the special events and worship services being planned for this weekend. EASTER EGG HUNT 10:30 a.m.

THURSDAY APRIL 18 MEETING: Native Outreach Baptist Chapel to hold a Bible study and prayer at the Clinton Community Hall on Dog Patch Road. Meets every Thursday except for funerals

The number of farms continues to shrink in Oklahoma while the average farm size increases, according to the latest Census of Agriculture. Over the same five-year period, 2012-2017, the average

House Concurrent Resolution 1003 was filed by State Rep. Tommy Hardin, requesting that the Oklahoma State University Board of Regents and the Extension Service halt their current plans to reduce

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Southwest Elementary third-graders who earned the right to vote in this year’s Sequoyah Book Awards event included, front row from left, Yahel Ochoa, Conner Meget, Benton Bridgeman, Brittain Mosburg, Jaiden

In the recently released 2017 U.S. Census of Agriculture, it detailed in part that less and less of Oklahoma’s soil is whisked away by its powerful winds. A good anchor