State Treasurer Randy McDaniel has announced that for a second consecutive month, October Gross Receipts to the Treasury are up by less than one percent compared to the prior year, suppressed by falling oil and gas production tax and sales tax collections.

Sitting is a part of daily routines and nearly impossible to avoid. Whether during your daily commute, working hard at your desk or watching your favorite TV show on the couch, sitting can provide relief and give you the opportunity to relax.

Here's your headlines for Friday's Clinton Daily News

- Gifted fire truck will cost Clinton $88,000 to fix up

- USDA to attend area hemp meeting

- Semi load of eggs fried west of town

- Volunteers for veterans sought

- Foy Littleton Obituary

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Sisters Venita Thornhill, left, and Neatha Lewis share a laugh over a good joke. The two women share a room at Angelwood Assisted Living.

Now that the USDA has finally announced its interim final rule for the establishment of a Domestic Hemp Production Program, mandated in the 2018 Farm Bill, an informational meeting for

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A semi trailer fully loaded with plastic cartons of eggs was lost just after midnight Tuesday when it caught fire and burned, Clinton fire fighters said. The fire was on

The Clinton Veterans Center recreation department staff is seeking volunteers who will visit the facility to spend time with residents there. Although events and activities are planned every week, everyone

CANTON Scott, Norma: 74, died Nov. 4. Wake 7 p.m. Thursday. Services 1 p.m. Friday, Canton Native American Gym (Pierce, Canton). EDMOND Epperson, Wayne Douglas: 70, business executive, died Nov.

Today is the 312th day of 2019 and the 47th day of autumn. TODAY'S HISTORY In 1889, Montana was admitted as the 41st U.S. state. In 1960, John F. Kennedy